Łobez

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Łobez
Łobez
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Łobez (German: Labes) is a town in Pomerania, northwestern Poland.[1] It has 10,409[2] inhabitants (2015). Situated on the Rega river, it is the capital of Łobez County in West Pomeranian Voivodship.

Inhabitants[change | change source]

Mayor[change | change source]

1632 – Carsten Beleke 1809 – Johann Georg Falck
1670 – Bernd Bublich 1823–1840 – Johann Friedrich Rosenow
1700 – Paul Belecke 1842–1844 – Adolf Ludwig Ritter (privremeno)
1702 – Theele 1844–1845 – Albert Wilhelm Rizky
1723 – F. C. Hackebeck 1846–1852 – Heinich Ludwig Gotthilf Hasenjäger
1734 – F. W. Weinholz prije 1859. Hasenjaeger
1736 – Schulze 1852–1864 – Carl Albert Alexander Schüz
1732 – Hackenberken 1921 – Willi Kieckbeusch
1745 – M. C. Frize 1945 – Hackelberg, Teofil Fiutowski, Stefan Nowak, Feliks Mielczarek
1746 – Johann Friedrich Thym 1946 – Władysław Śmiełowski
1752 – Johann Gottsried Severin 1948 – Tadeusz Klimski
1753? – J. F. von Flige 1949 – Ignacy Łepkowski
1757 – Johann Friedrich Thym 1972-1990 - Zbigniew Con
1757 – Heller 1990–94 - Marek Romejko
1767 – Gottlieb Timm 1994–1998 - Jan Szafran
1775 – Johann Gottfried Severin 1998–2002 - Halina Szymańska
1790 – Jahncke 2002–2006 - Marek Romejko
1805 – Heinrich (?) Falck 2006–2014 - Ryszard Sola
1806 – Zuther (drugi dan 1712) 2014 - Piotr Ćwikła
1806 – Nemitz

References[change | change source]

  1. Anthony McElligott, Rethinking the Weimar Republic: Authority and Authoritarianism, 1916-1936 (London: Bloomsbury USA Academic, 2011), p. 169
  2. Główny Urząd Statystyczny, dane za rok 2015, stan na 01.01.2015.[1]

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