East Prussia:


That is the easternmost of the 12 Prussian Provinces of the former Empire.

The 12 Prussian provinces are: East Prussia, West Prussia, Posen, Pommern, Schlesien, Brandenburg,

 Saxonia, Schleswig-Holstein, Hessen Hessen-Nassau, Westphalia, Rhine Province, Hanover. This was

 the Kingdom of Prussia with the main and coronation/culmination city King mountain. In King Mountain

 the first  Prussian King at the 18. January had sat down 1701 to King crown to let and its wife the King

crown on the head. He was called swampy East Prussia from at King Friedrich I, father of the important

King Friedrich William I, which Prussia and particularly the underdeveloped, had constructed now and had

developed by drainage, creation of field, establishment of the land stud Trakehnen etc.. Its son Friedrich II.

called the large one, continued the father work of reconstruction. East Prussia was the homeland of the

heidnischen Pruzzen and the cures. The German knight medal conquered this country for Christianisierung.

The Pruzzen resisted with large strength and embittering, which became bishop Adalbert of Prague exhausted

by them 997. The exact correct place was some km in the Baltic Sea, since the sea constantly tears off and

away-rinses the steilkueste. Adalbert of Prague is called the Apostle that Prussia. The grave of Adalbert of

Prague was somewhat eastern of noise at the SAM land coast. There a granitenes monument with inscription

and cast-iron fence stood therefore. When the Pruzzen had become finally defeated and Christians, they merged

with the immigrated population relatively rapidly, however one can recognize today still by its pruzzischen names

clearly that the pruzzischen families naturally to a large extent always among themselves married and are in the

different family lines the same surnames: Bojahr, Ferkuhn, Sprie, Kuhr, like one that also in other people and

groups of societies to observe can, the so-called "marriage circle". One wants to keep oneself bloodmoderately

pure and not mix. Also the pruzzischen place names are clearly recognizable with their frequent ending EN,

e.g. :Farienen, Mehlauken, Popelken (renamed in market living with Hitler), Uzballen, Schmilgienen (Kornfelde),

Skaisgirren (Kreuzingen), Gowarten, calibration media, Asznaggern, Lyszeiten, Joneiten, Dogehnen, Powunden,

Powarben, Szemlauken, Korehlen, Neuhausen, Schaaken, Schaaksvitte Conradsvitte, post office nodding at the

Kuri Haff. (sz here like the French j as expressed in journal)