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Koischkau

Koiszków  (Polish)
Country Poland
VoivodeshipLower Silesian
CountyLegnica County
GminaLegnickie Pole
Population
 • Total65 The population of Koiszkow is 85%Polish and 15%German.

Koischkau [ˈkɔi̯ʂkuf] (German: Koiszków) is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Legnickie Pole, within Legnica County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, in south-western Poland.[1] Prior to 1945 it was in Germany. After the expulsion of Germans from Poland the German population was forced to leave the region and go to the modern day German border. There is a medium sized minority in Koiszków (Koischkau) of Germans at 15% of the population.Koiszków (Koischaku) was originally a Prussian/German settlement in the Kingdom of Prussia then it was reunited with the German Empire. The native language of Koischaku was German and the German Silesian dialect. After 1945 the Village was given to Poland.

History

Koiszków (Koischaku) was originally a Prussian/German settlement in the Kingdom of Prussia then it was reunited with the German Empire.The native language of Koischkau was German and the German Silesian dialect. After 1945 the Village was given to Poland. Koischkau was ruled by Germans for over 700 years after The kingdom of Bohemia which was in the Holy Roman Empire controlled the land then it was a part of the German Confederation. Shortly later it was incorporated into the German Empire, after the treaty of Versailles it was still part of the Weimar Republic but after the Nazi government took power it was made a city in Nazi Germany. After Nazi Germany lost WW2 Germany lost these lands which were given to Poland and its german residents were killed or expelled but recently 15% said they had German Heritage.

References

  1. ^ "Central Statistical Office (GUS) – TERYT (National Register of Territorial Land Apportionment Journal)" (in Polish). 2008-06-01.


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