|Voivodeship :||Kuyavian Pomeranian|
|Geographic location :|
|Residents :||2043 (2008)|
|Postal code :||86-122|
|Telephone code :||(+48) 52|
|License plate :||CSW|
|Economy and Transport|
|Rail route :||Laskowice Pomorskie – Tczew|
Warlubie ( German Warlubien , 1942-1945 Warlieb ) is a village in Powiat Świecki of the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship in Poland . It is the seat of the rural community of the same name with about 6500 inhabitants.
The first documented mention of the place comes from the year 1277 as Warlubie from a privilege of the Duke of Pomerellen Mestwin II. From 1309 to 1466 the place belonged to the domain of the Teutonic Order , afterwards it was part of Poland. Around the year 1820 the village had about 380 inhabitants. In 1920 the place had to be ceded to the re-established Poland as a result of the Versailles Treaty . In September 1939 the place was occupied by German troops . Under the name Warlieb , the place belonged to the district of Schwetz (Weichsel) , province of Gdansk-West Prussia , in the administrative district of Marienwerder until 1945 . After the end of the Second World War , Warlubia was restituted to Poland as Warlubie , to which it has belonged under international law since 1920.
The rural community (gmina wiejska) Warlubie includes nine villages with school boards and other smaller towns.
- Johannes Czerski (1813–1893), co-founder of German Catholicism
- Herbert Braun (1903–1991), German Protestant theologian
- Hans von Hülsen (1890–1968), German editor and writer