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1. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1820, German Historical GIS

1820. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

2. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1826, German Historical GIS

1826. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

3. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1830, German Historical GIS

1830. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

4. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1834, German Historical GIS

1834. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

5. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1848, German Historical GIS

1848. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

6. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1850, German Historical GIS

1850. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

7. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1853, German Historical GIS

1853. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

8. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1863, German Historical GIS

1863. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

9. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1867, German Historical GIS

1867. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.

10. Germany Boundaries of Jointly Administered Areas, 1871, German Historical GIS

1871. These polygons represent small areas, which did not belong to one single state, but were jointly administered by two or more states.