Administrative district of Schneidemühl
The administrative district of Schneidemühl was rebuilt on August 1, 1922 in the Prussian province of Grenzmark Posen-West Prussia . It consisted of three non-contiguous areas of different sizes with a total of nine districts, which bordered the Prussian provinces of Pomerania, Brandenburg and Silesia to the east.
On November 20, 1919, the District President of Bromberg in Schneidemühl took up his new role as a government agency for the administrative district Grenzmark West Prussia-Posen . For the time being it administered all the districts and debris from the former Prussian provinces of Posen and West Prussia west of the Vistula and the Polish corridor, which were separated from the German Empire by the Treaty of Versailles . On October 1, 1938, after the dissolution of the Grenzmark Posen-West Prussia Province, the administrative district was incorporated into the Pomerania Province , but was given the name Grenzmark Posen-West Prussia for reasons of tradition .
- 1922–1933: Friedrich von Bülow (1868–1936)
- 1933–1935: Hermann Bresgen (1883–1955)
- 1935–1940: Friedrich Bachmann (1884–1961)
- 1940 : Müller ( substitute )
- 1940–1944: Paul Eckhardt (1898–1948)
- 1944–1945: Karl Wicklmayr (1904–1983) ( substitute )
The administrative district consisted of eight districts until 1938 and the city district of Schneidemühl, formed in 1914 . The seat of the district government was Schneidemühl. From October 1, 1938, after the swap of some districts with neighboring districts, the city district of Schneidemühl and four of the original districts and four newly added districts (called districts from 1939) belonged to the district now known as Grenzmark Posen-West Prussia zu Schneidemühl .
The administrative district comprised the following urban and rural districts:
As of 1922 and 1939
- Schneidemühl , until 1918 district of Bromberg
- Administrative history Schneidemühl Administrative history and the regional presidents on the website territorial.de (Rolf Jehke), as of August 21, 2013.
- Gunthard Stübs: Pommern - Das Land am Meer: The administrative region Grenzmark Posen-West Prussia (2001), accessed on January 25, 2013.