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Gdańsk   cosmopolitan city - comenius project - english version Gdańsk cosmopolitan city - comenius project - english version Presentation Transcript

  • XX LO GDAŃSK POLANDNatural Treasures of Europe This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the authors. The Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained herein.
  • GDAŃSK - COSMOPOLITICAL CITY ETHNICAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIETY BEFORE II WORLD WAR
  • Gdańsk (997-1308) In Gdańsk, which was ruled by the dynasty of Pomeranian princes, native Slovian society was coexisting with increasing number of merchants and craftsmen arriving from West.
  • Gdańsk (1308 - 1454) Gdańsk, during crusaders era was a bravely developing community center. This fact had a bad influence on Polish inhabitants, who were living under a continuous pressure. During these times, the Gdańsk’ city complex was monocultural in terms of ethnicity, although masses of Germans flooded there.
  • Gdańsk (1454 – 1793) As for Gdańsk, as for the whole Polish society, these times of blooming of the country were called The Golden Century. During these times Gdańsk became a metropolis for many cultures. Masses of Jews, Hugenots, Scots, Scandinavians, Germans and Dutchmen arrived to the town because of the Reformation.
  • Gdańsk (1793 – 1919) Years of partitions destroyed Gdańsk. Prussian leadership established the soldier enforcement in the town, which made the wisest and the greatest Gdańsk inhabitants emigrate. In 1807, the city was conquered by Napoleon, but only for 7 years – army of Tzhar conquered Gdańsk in 1814. Prussian army recovered the city, which became degraded – Gdańsk had a lack of its nativity.
  • Gdańsk (1919 – 1939) These times were very hard for Gdańsk, because the town was germanised – Polish society didn’t count even 10% of inhabitants. Hitler’ party became leaders in 1933, which was connected with penalties for Polish people. Gdańsk was managed by 3rd Mass dignitaries. After the burst of the War, Polishmen were carried out from Gdańsk to General Gubernatory or to Stutthoff concentration camp.
  • Gdańsk later After the war, Gdańsk, as the whole „Recovered Grounds” have become a place of moves of the Kresy inhabitants; from this time Gdańsk will be diametrically different…
  • Bibliography • gdansk.pl - Tourist’s vademecum - History of Gdańsk • ireneuszkazmierczak.wordpress.com - Gdańsk, Z Tych Okolic • other photos - google images
  • Authors • Marcin Osowski (leader, historical knowledge) • Karol Olender (content) • Maciej Martynowski (content) • Jakub Watkowski (translation to English) • Sebastian Sypniewski (support and catering staff) • Tymon Gagulewicz (images and edition)
  • XX LO GDAŃSK POLANDNatural Treasures of Europe This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the authors. The Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained herein. XX Secondary School in Gdańsk, Poland Supervision: Agnieszka Jackiewicz Consultation: Daniel Łumianek