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Gliwice hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest which took place on 24 November In Slavic languages , the root gliw or gliv suggests terrain characterized by loam or wetland.
In South Slavic languages, glive or gljive refers to mushrooms, with gljivice meaning little mushrooms. According to 14th-century writers, the town seemed defensive in character, when under rule of Siemowit of Bytom.
On 17 April , Gliwice was captured by the Duke Bolko V , who joined the Hussites after they captured Prudnik.
Because of the vast expenses incurred by the Habsburg Monarchy during their 16th century wars against the Ottoman Empire , Gleiwitz was leased to Friedrich Zettritz for the amount of 14, thalers.
Although the original lease was for a duration of 18 years, it was renewed in for 10 years and in for an additional 18 years. The city was besieged or captured by various armies during the Thirty Years' War.
In Polish King John III Sobieski stopped in the city before the Battle of Vienna. During the mid 18th century Silesian Wars , Gleiwitz was taken from the Habsburg Monarchy by the Kingdom of Prussia along with the majority of Silesia.
After the end of the Napoleonic Wars , Gleiwitz was administered in the Prussian district of Tost-Gleiwitz within the Province of Silesia in The city was incorporated with Prussia into the German Empire in during the unification of Germany.
In Gleiwitz became its own Stadtkreis, or urban district. The first coke-fired blast furnace on the European continent was constructed in Gleiwitz in under the direction of John Baildon.
Gleiwitz began to develop into a major city through industrialization during the 19th century. The town's ironworks fostered the growth of other industrial fields in the area.
The city's population in was 14, However, during the late 19th century Gleiwitz had: 14 distilleries , 2 breweries , 5 mills , 7 brick factories , 3 sawmills , a shingle factory, 8 chalk factories and 2 glassworks.
Other features of the 19th century industrialized Gleiwitz were a gasworks , a furnace factory, a beer bottling company , and a plant for asphalt and paste.
Economically, Gleiwitz opened several banks , Savings and loan associations , and bond centers. Its tram system was completed in , while its theater was opened in ; until World War II , Gleiwitz' theatre featured actors from throughout Europe and was one of the most famous theatres in the whole of Germany.
By it had two Protestant and four Roman Catholic churches, a synagogue , a mining school, a convent , a hospital , two orphanages , and a barracks.
Gleiwitz was the center of the mining industry of Upper Silesia. It possessed a royal foundry , with which were connected machine factories and boiler works.
Other industrialized areas of the city had other foundries, meal mills, and factories producing wire, gas pipes, cement, and paper.
After the end of World War I , clashes between Poles and Germans occurred during the Polish insurrections in Silesia. Some ethnically Polish inhabitants of Upper Silesia wanted to incorporate the city into the Second Polish Republic , which just regained independence.
On May 1, a Polish rally was held in Gliwice. In Gleiwitz, 32, votes The total voter turnout was listed as This prompted another insurrection by Poles.
The League of Nations determined that three Silesian cities: Gleiwitz Gliwice , Hindenburg Zabrze and Beuthen Bytom would remain in Germany, and the eastern part of Upper Silesia with its main city of Katowice Kattowitz would join restored Poland.
In the interbellum the city witnessed not only Anti-Polish , but also Anti-French incidents and violence by the Germans.
An attack on a radio station in Gleiwitz on 31 August , staged by the German secret police, served as a pretext, devised by Reinhard Heydrich under orders from Hitler, for Nazi Germany to invade Poland , which marked the start of the Second World War.
Piotr Malarczyk P. Jakub Holubek J. Martin Konczkowski M. Bartosz Rymaniak B. Tomasz Mokwa T. Patryk Sokolowski P. Tomasz Jodlowiec T. Sebastian Milewski S.
Michal Chrapek M. Javier Hyjek J. Remigiusz Borkala R. Michal Rakowiecki M. Patryk Lipski P. Kristopher Vida K.
Tiago Alves T. Arkadiusz Pyrka A. Jakub Swierczok J. Michal Zyro M. Dominik Steczyk D. Karol Stanek K. Jakub Swierczok Centre-Forward. Patryk Lipski Attacking Midfield.
Michal Chrapek Central Midfield. Michal Zyro Centre-Forward. Karol Szymanski Goalkeeper. All arrivals. Mikkel Kirkeskov Left-Back.
Nach einer Saison mit Höhen und Tiefen konnte Piast am Spieltag den Klassenerhalt vorzeitig sichern und beendete die erste Saison in der Ekstraklasa auf dem In der darauffolgenden Saison musste nach Platz 16 wieder der Abstieg in die zweite Liga angetreten werden.
Am Ende der Saison wurde man Vizemeister und qualifizierte sich für die 2. Qualifikationsrunde in den Wettbewerb einsteigen muss.
Dieses verfügte über 6. Am September unterzeichnete die Clubführung mit dem polnischen Bauunternehmen Polimexem Mostostal S.
Das Stadion Miejski entstand an derselben Stelle wie das Alte. Es ist baugleich mit der Benteler Arena in Paderborn. This section needs expansion.
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