- Note that Venedic name Duczat Prajmernu, not Duczat Przejamrzu, is used on purpose, because the Veneds had to distinguish Preimern from Przejmarz, which is an administrative part of the Kingdom of Veneda.
Some comments (Jan):
- I am not sure if I like the Wenedyk form "Prajmern". Myself, I'm rather leaning towards something like Przejmarz Prusyk, Przejmarz Tutonik, or Przejmarz Ościdziętał.
- OTOH, I like Sztetyn; it makes more sense than "Szczecin" in our context.
- The official language is primarily Low Saxon. If German enjoys the same status, that's only because P. is part of the Holy Roman Empire and maybe because P. used to be part of Prussia before GW2. Wenedyk most certainly enjoys no particular status at all; if people in P. know it, that's only because the RTC is relatively close and has some influence there.
- It is still to be figured out if P. is really an electorate or just a simple duchy with a hereditary duke.
All this is open for discussion, of course.
How did most of Upper (i.e. Swedish) Pomerania fall to Prussia *there*? Also, would the SR not gain Pomerania? In OTL, Prussia gave inheritence rights to Sweden to Lower (i.e. Prussian) Pomerania in the event of the end of the Hohenzollern dynasty.--Sikulu
- Hello! I don't know the answers to your questions, but I did want to be the first to say "Hello"! Zahir 08:14, 15 December 2005 (PST)
- Actually, the equivalent of Swedish Pomerania *here* belongs to the SR *there*. It is called Rygen. Please reread the Rygen article as I have just discovered that it stated that Rygen was Swedish, which is entirely wrong. I have corrected it using source material from the archives. Boreanesia 14:59, 15 December 2005 (PST)
- Actually, *Rygen* was Swedish Pomerania (it was the Swedish part of Pomerania per the Peace of Westphalia).--Sikulu
- Not in IB. The Thirty Years War never took place *there*, hence there was no Westphalian Peace. Unlike *here*, Rygen *there* remained a Danish fief from the Middle Ages. Boreanesia 06:05, 16 December 2005 (PST)
- So it has. Thanks. Was it always separate from the HRE, or did it become independent later? --Sikulu 16 December 2005, 14:08 (GMT)
- It has always been separate. In the Second Great War, Hessler made an attempt to annex the place, but failed. Boreanesia 06:23, 16 December 2005 (PST)