Territorial changes of Polish Voivodeships on April 1, 1938

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On April 1, 1938, borders of several western and central Voivodeships changed considerably. This included such Voivodeships as Pomerania, Poznan, Warsaw, Lodz, Bialystok, Lublin and Kielce. Pomerania gained most, while Bialystok lost most. This is the alphabetical list of powiats (counties), which were then moved from one Voivodeship to another:

  • powiat kolski - Koło County (from lodzkie to poznanskie),
  • powiat koninski - Konin County (from lodzkie to poznanskie),
  • powiat kutnowski - Kutno County (from warszawskie to lodzkie),
  • powiat lipnowski - Lipno County (from warszawskie to pomorskie),
  • powiat lomzynski - Łomża County (from bialostockie to warszawskie),
  • powiat nieszawski - Nieszawa county (from warszawskie to pomorskie),
  • powiat ostrolecki - Ostrołęka county (from bialostockie to warszawskie),
  • powiat rypinski - Rypin county (from warszawskie to pomorskie),
  • powiat skierniewicki - Skierniewice county (from warszawskie to lodzkie),
  • powiat szubinski - Szubin county (from poznanskie to pomorskie),
  • powiat turecki - Turek County (from lodzkie to poznanskie),
  • powiat wloclawski - Włocławek county (from warszawskie to pomorskie),
  • powiat wyrzyski - Wyrzysk county (from poznanskie to pomorskie).

References[edit]

  • Maly rocznik statystyczny 1939, Nakladem Glownego Urzedu Statystycznego, Warszawa 1939 (Concise Statistical Year-Book of Poland, Warsaw 1939).