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Stanisław Kozierowski

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Stanisław Kozierowski (1874 – 1949) was a Polish Catholic priest and historian. Biography Kozierowski was born in Tremessen (Province of Posen, Imperial Germany)(today Trzemeszno, Poland). He was a Catholic priest, professor and co-founder of the University of Poznan in 1919, also a member of the Polish Academy of Learning (Polska Akademia Umiejętności). Kozierowski was specialised on the history of Greater Poland, Pomerania and the related aspects of Heraldic und Onomastic. His most influential publication was the two-volume Atlas nazw geograficznych Słowiańszczyzny Zachodniej (Atlas of Geographical Names of Western Slavs), covering the toponym history of modern North-Western Poland and North-Eastern Germany. After World War II this atlas was often used by the Polish Committee for Settling of Place Names to determine Polish names for places and settlements in the Former eastern territories of Germany. Kozierowski died in 1949 in Winna Góra. Publications *
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