Governmental district Pfalz

the governmental district Pfalz was one of five governmental districts, which were furnished with education of the country Rhineland-Palatinate 1946. The others were Koblenz, Montabaur, Rhinehesse (seat in Mainz) and Trier.

It covered the historical area that Pfalz (region), which belonged until 1945 as district Pfalz to Bavaria, to which the Second World War under French crew came and 1946 a component of the country Rhineland-Palatinate became. It was divided into the circle-free cities Frankenthal (Pfalz), Kaiserslautern, Landau, Ludwigshafen, new city at the crying race, Pirmasens, Speyer and two-bridges as well as the districts bath Bergzabern, Frankenthal, Germersheim, Kaiserslautern, Kirchheimbolanden, Kusel, Landau in the Pfalz, Ludwigshafen at the Rhine, new city, Pirmasens, skirt living, Speyer and two-bridges. Its administrative seat was to1945 Speyer, since then new city at the crying race.

Up to the end of the First World War also those belonged district Homburg meanwhile any longer not existing and sank to Ingbert to the Pfalz. These were assigned however 1919 to the Saargebiet and stood thereby under people federation mandate. Itremaining also after the Second World War with the Saarland and 1974 in the context of the Saarland circle reform to the Saarpfalz circle were combined.

1968 became the governmental district Pfalz with the governmental district Rhinehesse the new governmental district Rhinehesse-Palatinate with the administrative seat in new city at the crying racecombined.

With the circle reform, which was carried out in Rhineland-Palatinate between 1969 and 1974, the districts were united to larger administrative units. For administrative arrangement after the circle reform see under governmental district Rhinehesse-Palatinate.

 

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