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Kielce Voivodeship

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Kielce Voivodeship
Historical divisions 1919–1998
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Postwar Poland, 1946-1950
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1950-1975
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1975-1998

Kielce Voivodeship (Polish: województwo kieleckie) is a former unit of administrative division and the local government in Poland. It was originally formed during Poland's return to independence in the aftermath of World War One, and recreated within the new Polish borders after the defeat of Nazi Germany in World War Two.[1]

History

1921-1938

Kielce Voivodeship was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland in years 1921-1939. Back then, it covered a large chunk of central part of the country, including such cities as Radom, Częstochowa and Sosnowiec. On April 1, 1938 its borders changed, see: Territorial changes of Polish Voivodeships on April 1, 1938).

After the change, Voivodeship's area was 22,204 square kilometers, with the population of 2,671,000. Between April 1, 1938 - September 1, 1939 it consisted of 18 powiats (counties). These were:

Capital city: Kielce. According to the 1931 Polish census, the largest cities in Kielce Voivodeship were:

1945-1975

Kielce Voivodeship was a unit of administrative division and local government in Poland in years 1945–1975. It was downsized in 1975, with parts of its territory going to Radom Voivodeship and partly Tarnobrzeg Voivodeship.

Capital city: Kielce

1975-1998

In years 1975–1998, superseded by Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship.

Capital city: Kielce

Major cities and towns: (population in 1995):

See also

References

  1. ^ Informator Miejski Kielc (2008), Kielce jako stolica regionu. Internet Archive.
  • Maly rocznik statystyczny 1939, Nakladem Glownego Urzedu Statystycznego, Warszawa 1939 (Concise Statistical Year-Book of Poland, Warsaw 1939).

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