Polish Corridor
geographical name strip of land N Europe in Poland that between World War I & World War II separated East Prussia from main part of Germany; area was before 1919 part of Germany

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Polish Corridor — strip of Poland between Germany & East Prussia, giving Poland an outlet to the Baltic Sea (1919 39): c. 120 mi (193 km) long; 20 70 mi (32 113 km) wide …   English World dictionary

  • Polish Corridor — The Polish Corridor in 1923 1939 …   Wikipedia

  • Polish Corridor — a strip of land near the mouth of the Vistula River: formerly separated Germany from East Prussia; given to Poland in the Treaty of Versailles 1919 to provide it with access to the Baltic. * * * Strip of land that gave Poland access to the Baltic …   Universalium

  • Polish Corridor —    See Poland …   Historical dictionary of Weimar Republik

  • Polish Corridor — Po′lish Cor′ridor n. geg a strip of land near the mouth of the Vistula River: formerly separated Germany from East Prussia; given to Poland in the Treaty of Versailles 1919 to provide it with access to the Baltic …   From formal English to slang

  • Polish Corridor — /poʊlɪʃ ˈkɒrədɔ/ (say pohlish koruhdaw) noun a strip of land near the mouth of the river Vistula, formerly separating Germany from East Prussia; given to Poland in the Treaty of Versailles (1919) to provide access to the Baltic …   Australian English dictionary

  • Polish Corridor — a strip of land near the mouth of the Vistula River: formerly separated Germany from East Prussia; given to Poland in the Treaty of Versailles 1919 to provide it with access to the Baltic …   Useful english dictionary

  • Corridor — Contents 1 Entertainment 2 Travel 3 Region/Territory 4 Oth …   Wikipedia

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  • Polish State Railroads Summer 1939 — In the summer of 1939, the map of both Europe and Poland looked very different from today. Obviously, the railway network of interwar Poland was also different from the present one, and also slightly different from the German, Austrian and… …   Wikipedia

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