District of Sonderburg
|surface||442.28 km² (1910)|
|Population density||90 inhabitants / km² (1910)|
The district of Sonderburg (Danish Sønderborg landkreds or amt ) was from 1867 to 1920 a district in the Prussian province of Schleswig-Holstein . As part of Northern Schleswig , its area came to Denmark in 1920 .
The district of Sonderburg became “from the city of Sonderburg; the village of Norburg and the offices of Sonderburg and Norburg with the noble estates of Ballegaard and Beuschau enclaved in the former and the county of Reventlow-Sandberg ” .
- 1868–1874 Christian Matthiesen
- 1874 Alfred von Saldern (1829–1904)
- 1874 Karl von Hollen (1839–1895)
- 1875–1879 Eduard von Magdeburg (1844–1932)
- 1881–1912 Adolf von Tschirschnitz (1837–1911)
- 1913–1920 Kurt Schönberg (1877–1948)
Districts and municipalities
When the administrative districts were formed in 1889, the district consisted of the district town of Sønderborg and the spots Augustenburg and Norburg , as well as 67 rural communities and three manor districts, which were distributed over the 18 administrative districts as follows:
- Uli Schubert: German community register 1910. Accessed on April 22, 2015 .
- Ordinance on the organization of the district and district authorities as well as the district representation in the province of Schleswig-Holstein , from September 22, 1867, Appendix A. Published in the collection of laws for the Royal Prussian States 1867, p. 1579ff
- Michael Rademacher: German administrative history from the unification of the empire in 1871 to the reunification in 1990. sonderburg.html. (Online material for the dissertation, Osnabrück 2006).