> A historical description is also in 'Slownik Geograficzny Krolestwa
> Polskiego i innych
> krajow slowianskich' red. B. Chebowski (1895, vol. 14 p. 657-8).
> This great geografical dictionary lists all, even very small settlements
> in all regions that
> were Polish in the past.
> regrds -
> Roman Antoszewski
> [Ken Fedzin]
> Is it possible for members of the group to access this dictionary
> anywhere? Many members still post messages searching for villages/towns. It
> would be very useful if it was available for the groups use in order to be
> able to look up names and info. Is this a possibility?
> Regards, Ken Fedzin
The entire dictionary is about 16.000 pages (16 vols). The original edition is very rare
and costs a fortune. I have heard that certain Polish computer company offers 4 CDs
with the entire work in fdp format (without index). I am not sure about the address of the
firm, but it must be somewhere searchable by google using key words from the full title
In case of some specific cases I am willing to provide necessary informatiom based on
my personal collection. This extends also to Orgelbrand encyclopedia.
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