District white lake
the Prussian-German district white lake and the district Erfurt existed in the time between 1816 and 1945.
The district white lake covered at the 1. January 1945:
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Kingdom of Prussia
after the reorganisation of the circle arrangement in the Prussian state after the Viennese congress reached the 1. April 1816 the new district Erfurt and the circle white lake in the governmental district Erfurt in the Prussian province Saxonia furnished. The city Erfurt formed first its own urban area.
The district administration offices were in Erfurt and bunch ford.
1818 were already dissolved the urban area Erfurt. The city withdrew to the country circle Erfurt, which accepted again the designation circle.
1841 were shifted the district administration office of the circle white lake from bunch ford to white lake.
north Germans federation/German Reich large German realm
1872 left the city Erfurt the circle area and formed from now on again its own urban area. The district administration office remained further in Erfurt.
At the 1. April 1911 was integrated the land municipality Ilversgehofen from the district Erfurt into the urban area Erfurt.
To 30. September 1929 took place in the two circles according to the development in the rest of Prussia a regional reorganization, with which all independent property goods were dissolved and neighbouring land municipalities were assigned.
With effect of the 1. Octobers 1932 were united the district Erfurt and the circle white lake to the new circle white lake.
At the 1. April 1938 was increased the urban area Erfurt by parts of the municipalities binder life, high home, Melchen village and Salomonsborn from the circle white lake.
To the 1. January 1939 led the circle white lake according to the now realm-uniform regulation the designation white lake.
After dissolution of the province Saxonia to the 1. July 1944 belonged the circle far to the country Prussias, was however now - in adjustment to the realm defense districts - subordinates the administration of the realm governor for Thuringia in Weimar.
In the spring 1945 the circle area was occupied first by the American allied armed forces.
municipal constitution to 1945
the circles were divided into municipalities, into land municipalities and - up to their complete dissolution - into independent property goods.
With introduction of the Prussian municipality constitutional law of 15. December 1933 gave it starting from 1. January 1934 a uniform municipal constitution for all Prussian municipalities. The past municipalities giving lake, Kindelbrück, Sömmerda and white lake led now the designation city.
With introduction of the German Gemeindeordnung of 30. January 1935 stepped to the 1. April 1935 in the German Reich a uniform municipal constitution into force, according to which the past country municipalities were called now municipalities. These were summarized in office districts.
A new circle condition was not any longer created; it applied further the circle order to the provinces east and west Prussia, Brandenburg, Pommern, Schlesien and Saxonia of 19. March 1881.
the imported place names were maintained until today throughout.
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1922 to 1952:
Old person castle |
Old person castle (city) |
Apolda (city) |
Arnstadt (city) |
Iron oh |
Iron oh (city) |
Erfurt (city) |
Gera (city) |
Gotha (city) |
County high stone |
Greiz (city) |
Holy city |
Rule Schmalkalden |
Jena (city) |
Mühlhausen (city) |
Northlive (city) |
Hall field |
Sun mountain |
Weimar (city) |
White lake |
1952 to 1994: Old person castle | Apolda | Arnstadt | Artern | Bath salting | Iron oh | Iron mountain | Erfurt | Erfurt (city) | Gera | Gera (city) | Gotha | Greiz | Holy city | Hildburghausen | Ilmenau | Jena | Jena (city) | Langensalza | Praising stone | Meiningen | Mühlhausen | New house | Northlive | Pössneck | Rudolstadt | Hall field | Schleiz | Schmalkalden | Schmölln | Sömmerda | Speciallive | Sun mountain | Stadtroda | Suhl | Suhl (city) | Weimar | Weimar (city) | Worbis | Zeulenroda |