TESP (company)

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TESP (English: Society for the Exploitation of Potassium Salt, Polish: Towarzystwo Eksploatacji Soli Potasowych) was a private mining enterprise, which existed in the Second Polish Republic, with head office in Lwow. It operated potassium salt mines in Kalusz and Stebnik, and sponsored a soccer team TESP Kalusz. Before World War I, the potassium salt mines in Kalusz and Stebnik had been operated by the government of Austria-Hungary.[1]

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  • Ugartsthal - an ethnic German village, whose name was in late 1930s changed to Tespowo, after the company.


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