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- proper noun A
coastal regionin the northwest of the German federal state of Lower Saxony.
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After this, however, the Netherlands, the foe of Spain, allowed the still unconquered Mansfeld to enter their territory; from here he advanced in 1623 into East Frisia.
Rudolf Eucken was born at Aurich, East Frisia, on the 5th of January
Holland gained East Frisia at the expense of Prussia.
Frederick William proposed to keep Minden and Ravensburg, but to cede East Frisia and all the rest of his Westphalian possessions to
Earl wrote from Paris, February 10, 1753: 'The King of England shows his ill-will in his pretensions on East Frisia, in the affairs of the
Hanover), not only in the smallness of the sum accorded to her -- for we granted £2,000,000 in all to the Swedish, Hanseatic, and Hanoverian contingents -- but also in the stipulation that she should assent to the eventual annexation of the formerly Prussian districts of East Frisia and Hildesheim to Hanover.