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  1. The Duchy of Schleswig was a duchy in Southern Jutland covering the area between about 60 km north and 70 km south of the current border between Germany and Denmark. The territory has been divided between the two countries since 1920, with Northern Schleswig in Denmark and Southern Schleswig in Germany. The region is also called Sleswick in English.

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    • Merger?
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    • Duchy of Schleswig
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    • Former Naming Dispute - Olsen?
    • Who Defeated Whom?
    • Sønderjylland
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    I strongly oppose the requested merger between the two pages. Sydslesvig (Southern Schleswig) has a unique position in Danish history and is the home of a number of Danish institutions and associations for the Danish minority. This should be reflected in a special article. --Valentinian (talk)23:22, 26 February 2006 (UTC) 1. Merger tag removed. Ksbrown17:49, 29 September 2006 (UTC)0

    In German Wikipedia, it is a hard work to make people familiar with the actual names of localities, which are in Poland or the Czech Republic, nowadays. This work is obstructed, if in English Wikipdia objects nowadays situated in Germany are not called by their German names. --Ulamm (talk • contribs) 09:10, 5 May 2008 (UTC)

    Shouldn't this be the title of its article? - Yorkshirian (talk) 14:45, 8 June 2008 (UTC) 1. OK guys, I'm moving this to "Duchy of Schleswig" based on the German article been at "Herzogtum Schleswig" and the Danish one at "Hertugdømmet Slesvig", both of the first words mean "Duchy". - Yorkshirian (talk) 22:26, 3 July 2008 (UTC) I'm still on the fence with the original "Schleswig" → "Duchy of" move; I simply moved it from Duchy of Slesvig to Duchy of Schleswig because the latter term is used more in English publications. If there is a consensus to restore the page to "Schleswig" I can do so. The German wiki does have de:Schleswig as a disambiguation page; we could turn Schleswig into a simple disambig page as well. If we do keep a detailed Duchy of Schleswig page, the intro needs to be adjusted to reflect this (currently it describes the Schleswig region, not the duchy). Olessi (talk) 01:20, 4 July 2008 (UTC)

    It says that the capital is not specified, but would it not be logical that it was the city of Sleswig? 1. The ducal residence (in times, when it was split, the residence of the main branch) was at Gottorp Castle near (today in) Schleswig, and in the last years of Danish rule, the parliament of the douchy met in the city hall of Schleswig. So I think it isn't wrong to call Schleswig city the capital of the duchy. --Ulamm (talk) 10:08, 26 February 2009 (UTC) 1.1. Schleswig war the capital of the Gottorp branch, while Copenhagen was the captital of the royal branch in Schleswig (and of course the capital of the Danish monarchy/Helstaten). In the last years of the Danish rule (after 1848/51), the parliament of the Duchy of Schleswig met in the Stænderhuset in Flensburg, while the Ministry of Schleswig was in Copenhagen. --91.4.121.47 (talk) 19:22, 2 January 2016 (UTC)

    I added the template fact in "published by the Danish cartographer Olsen {{fact}} in the 1830s" sentence in the Former naming dispute section. Can someone supply the first name of Olsen, so the link to Olsen in the Olsen (surname) DAB is accurate and distinctive from the surname?--DThomsen8 (talk) 11:56, 15 June 2009 (UTC)

    Old version, as of 21 January 2010: The Kingdom of Prussia, led by Otto von Bismarck, intervened and defeated Denmark in the resulting First War of Schleswig, but was forced to return Schleswig and Holstein under pressure from the Austrian and Russian Empires. Current version: The Kingdom of Prussia, led by Otto von Bismarck. Denmark was victorious and the Prussian troops were ordered to pull out of Schleswig and Holstein following the London Protocol of 1952. The sloppy edit resulting in a truncated sentence is, of course, a giveaway. The historical course is, as I see it, far more complicated as either version imply, (Prussian troops were not ordered by Austria and Russia to withdraw, but the collapse of the Paulskirche government resulted in a truce with Dennmark and a lot of other things to follow...) but could someone try to put the whole course into a few POV-free sentences? -- megA (talk) 14:57, 26 February 2010 (UTC)

    Sønderjylland is a region in Denmark, right at the border with Germany / Schleswig-Holstein(I come from S/H and went to school in Tinglev, which is located in Sønderjylland). The understandable mistake aside, people there might take offense to being made germans(again). :) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 178.13.90.121 (talk) 01:00, 21 January 2013 (UTC) Sønderjylland is historically the same as the duchy of Slesvig/Schleswig ie. the name for the land betweem the Eider and Kongeåen. The modern Danish region Sønderjylland was called "de sønderjyske landsdele" (litterally "country parts") after the reunification with Denmark in 1920, but this was quickly shortened to Sønderjylland in everyday use - also in 1970 Sønderjyllands Amt (county) was formed. Many modern inhabitants of the region therefore dont know the historical meaning of the term Søndrjylland. Furtherore Slesvig is not a German term, but a Danish one probably derived from a Frisian word for the name of the town Slesvi...

    The article currently states that for the King of Denmark to be Duke of Slesvig simultaneously "was an anomaly – a king holding a ducal title of which he as king was the fount and liege lord." It's not unusual for kings to have a scad of subsidiary titles which can include dukedoms, and it has routinely happened that a ducal appanage is (re)united with the crown. Q·L·1968 ☿05:06, 13 October 2018 (UTC) 1. Margrethe II has resolved this problem by renouncing use of the string of hereditary titles accumulated by and historically attached to the kingship of Denmark. Previously, the "anomaly" reflected the English common law perspective that since the monarch is the lawful fons honorum for all peerages, when a peer becomes the British monarch, or the British monarch inherits a peerage, that peerage, ipso facto, "merges" with the Crown, i.e., is extinguished. Thus, it can be granted anew. But the Danish duchy of Schleswig is not a British peerage. It was first granted by a Danish king to...

    There is misding a map for an overview for its plave in central europe. --178.197.230.81 (talk) 14:18, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

    Until now, I have never seen the "flag of Schleswig" anywhere else than here. I don't think it actually exists. A search yields this page with an image of the flag: flaggenlexikon.de, however it contradicts itself since it says the flag is not used. While many German states and historical states use a horizontally striped flag based on the colours of coats of arms, it doesn't mean you can just take the coat of arms of any entity and turn it into a flag. A flag for (South) Schleswig exists insofar as it is sometimes used by the Danish minority – it is the two lions on a blue background. I don't think the majority population use it. They use the Schleswig-Holstein tricolore or the North Frisian flag. Last year, Danish priest Peder Kristiansen in North Slesvig proposed a flag for all of South Jutland/Schleswig: a yellow cross with blue borders on a yellow background. It remains to see whether it will catch on. At least one specimen has been actually made and used: Sønderjylland skal da...

  3. Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg was the name of a branch line of the House of Oldenburg as well as the name of their land. It existed from 1564 until 1668 and was a titular duchy under the King of Denmark, rather than a true territorial dukedom in its own right. The seat of the duke was Sønderborg. Parts of the domain were located in Denmark, mainly on the islands of Als and Ærø and around Glücksburg, whilst other lands were part of the Holy Roman Empire, including the Ämter of ...

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    The Duchy of Holstein was the northernmost state of the Holy Roman Empire, located in the present German state of Schleswig-Holstein. It originated when King Christian I of Denmark had his County of Holstein-Rendsburg elevated to a duchy by Emperor Frederick III in 1474. Members of the Danish House of Oldenburg ruled Holstein – jointly with the Duchy of Schleswig – for its entire existence. From 1490 to 1523 and again from 1544 to 1773 the Duchy was partitioned between various Oldenburg...

    The northern border of Holstein along the Eider River had already formed the northern border of the Carolingian Empire, after Emperor Charlemagne upon the Saxon Wars reached an agreement with King Hemming of Denmark in 811. The lands of Schleswig beyond the river remained a fief of the Danish Crown, while Holstein became an integral part of East Francia, the Kingdom of Germany and the Holy Roman Empire.

    The Danish king in his function as duke of Holstein, and duke of Schleswig, appointed statholders to represent him in the duchies. The statholders fulfilled the tasks related to the ducal power as patrimonial lords in the royal shares of Holstein and Schleswig, as well as the royal part in the condominial government with the houses of Gottorp and Haderslev for all the duchies of Holstein and Schleswig. 1. 1523/45–1550: Johan Rantzau 2. 1550–1556: Count Bertram von Ahlefeldt 3. 1556 ...

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