Dantzig

Dantzig, the capital of W. Prussia, once a Hanse town, on the Vistula, 4 m. from the mouth; one of the great ports and trading centres of Germany and in the N. of Europe; it is traversed by canals, and many of the houses are built on piles of wood; exports grain brought down the river on timber rafts from the great grain country in the S.; it is one of the chief stations of the German navy.

Population (circa 1900) given as 116,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Danton, Georges Jacques * Danube, The
D'Angoulême, Duchesse
Dangs, The
Daniel
Daniel, Samuel
Daniell, John Frederick
Daniell, William
Danites
Dannecker, Johann Heinrich von
Dante Alighieri
Danton, Georges Jacques
Dantzig
Danube, The
Danubian Principalities
Danville
D'Anville
Daphne
Daphnis
Dapsang
D'Arblay, Madame
Darboy, Georges
Darby and Joan