Bishop Otto, of Bamberg, was induced in 1124 to set out as a missionary to Pomerania.
"It's better than a prison in Pomerania, by a long way," Ralph answered.
Some people of Pomerania who had been ill used by these Corsairs, applied to the States for redress.
Gustavus established himself in Mecklenburg and in Pomerania.
Originated in the environs of Klevenow, a village of Pomerania, Prussia.
It was situated on one of the outlets of the Oder, on the coast of Pomerania.
Thy father is in the war, thy mother is in Pomerania, Pomerania is burnt!
Pomerania, Duke of, seeks representation at Congress of Rastatt, ii.
It was not improbable, nor less so that the dog was in Pomerania likewise.
The Russians had their winter quarters for the first time in Pomerania.
region and former province of Prussia on the Baltic coast of modern Poland (German Pommern, Polish Pomorze), Medieval Latin, from Pomerani, name of a Slavic tribe there, from Polish po morze "by the sea."