Duchy of Warsaw, 1807-1813 1815-1846






Galicia 1795-1815



The THIRD POLISH PARTITION of 1795 had added WESTERN GALICIA, actually a region located north of GALICIA (Austrian since the FIRST POLISH PARTITION of 1772) to the Austrian territorial complex.
In 1809, after a defeat at the hands of Napoleon, Austria had to cede Western Galicua (her gains of the Third Polish Partition) to the GRAND DUCHY OF WARSAW, established in 1807. Austria also ceded the district of TARNOPOL to Russia.
The VIENNA CONGRESS of 1815 returned the district of Tarnopol to (Austrian) Galicia.





EXTERNAL
FILES
Halychina - Galicia, by Roman Zakhari (focussing on (Ruthenian) Eastern Galicia
Little Poland, Halicka Province, posted by Paul Havers, Polish Perspective
DOCUMENTS
REFERENCE Enno Meyer, Grundzüge der Geschichte Polens (Main Features of Polish History), Darmstadt : Wissenschaftliche Buchgemeinschaft 1977
Manfred Hellmann, Daten der Polnischen Geschichte (Dates in Polish History), München : dtv 1985


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First posted in 2000. last revised on November 11th 2004

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