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Denmark 1921 (With Schleswig-Holstein after the Referendum)

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This detailed full-color map reprint was originally printed in 1921 by L. L. Poates Engraving Company in New York.

 World War One was concluded with the Treaty of Versailles, which provided that referendums would be held to determine which country Schleswig and Holstein wanted to join. Thus, two referendums were held in 1920, resulting in the partition of the region. Northern Schleswig joined Denmark, whereas Central Schleswig voted, by an 80% majority, to remain part of Germany. In Southern Schleswig, no referendum was held, as the likely outcome was apparent. The name Southern Schleswig is now used for all of German Schleswig. This decision left substantial minorities on both sides of the new border.


This map is a great resource for genealogical or historical research.   The 11x 14 inch (or slightly larger) map is printed  on 80 pound archival paper and protected by our  archival quality polypropylene  sleeve.    An insert on the back of the map provides brief information about the map and a brief history of the area represented on the map.  




This map is reprinted from an original map which we own.









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