What is Memel?

  • (noun): A city in western Lithuania on the Baltic Sea; formerly an important trading town of the Hanseatic League.
    Synonyms: Klaipeda

Some articles on memel:

Territorial Evolution Of Germany - Interbellum - Memel Territory
... had lost control over the situation in the Memel Territory ... counterpart Joachim von Ribbentrop signed the Treaty of the Cession of the Memel Territory to Germany in exchange for a Lithuanian Free Zone in the port of Memel, using the facilities erected in previous ...
Memel Agricultural Party
... Memel Agricultural Party or MLP (German Memelländische Landwirtschaftspartei) was the largest and most influential pro-German political party in the Klaipėda Region (Memel Territory) from 1925 to ... Together with the Memel People's Party, the party was established on June 13, 1925, by the Memel Cultural Union (Memelländischer Kultubund) in preparation for the first ... It published Memel Rundschau, Lietuviška ceitunga, Memeler Dampfboot and controlled several agricultural and credit institutions, including Agraria, Landschaftsbank, Vereinsbank, and Raiffeisenbank ...
Communist Party Of The Memel Territory
... Communist Party of the Memel Territory (German Kommunistische Partei des Memelgebietes) was a communist organisation in the Memel Territory in the 1920s ... very little about the group, and on the rare occasions that communist activities in the Memel Territories were mention it claimed that the activities had been under influence of the Communist Party of ...
Memel, Free State - Demography
... In the census of 2001, the population of Memel consisted of 469 people living in 182 households ...
Battle Of Memel
... The Battle of Memel or the Siege of Memel took place when the Soviets launched their Memel Offensive Operation (Russian Мемельская наступательная операция) in late 1944 ...