Contents 1 Middle Ages 1.1 Etymology 1.2 Conceptual history 2 Nazi period 2.1 Reichsgaue 3 Legacy in topography 4 References 5 External links

Middle Ages[edit] Etymology[edit] The Germanic word is reflected in Gothic gawi (neuter; genitive gaujis) and early Old High German gewi, gowi (neuter) and in some compound names still -gawi as in Gothic (e.g. Durgawi "Thurgau", Alpagawi "Allgäu"), later gâi, gôi, and after loss of the stem suffix gaw, gao, and with motion to the feminine as gawa[1] besides gowo (from gowio). Old Saxon shows further truncation to gâ, gô.[2] As a gloss of Latin: pagus, a Gau is analogous with a pays of feudal France. Old English, by contrast, has only traces of the word, which was ousted by scire from an early time, in names such as Noxga gā, Ohtga gā and perhaps in gōman, ġēman (yeoman), which would then correspond to the Old High German gaumann (Grimm) although the Oxford English Dictionary prefers connection of yeoman to young. Conceptual history[edit] Further information: List of medieval Gaue and List of Alamannic pagi In the Carolingian Empire, a Gau was a subdivision of the realm, further divided into Hundreds. The Frankish gowe thus appears to correspond roughly to the civitas in other Barbarian kingdoms (Visigoths, Burgundians, or the Italian Kingdom of the Lombards). After the end of the Migration period, the Hundred (centena or hunaria, Old High German huntari) had become a term for an administrative unit or jurisdiction, independent of the figure hundred. The Frankish usage contrasts with Tacitus' Germania, where a pagus was a subdivision of a tribal territory or civitas, corresponding to the Hundred, i.e. areas liable to provide a hundred men under arms, or containing roughly a hundred homesteads each, further divided into vici (villages or farmsteads).[3] Emperor Charlemagne, by his capitulary legislation, adopted the comitatus subdivision and appointed local rulers as deputies of the central Imperial authority. In the German-speaking lands east of East Francia, the Gau formed the unit of administration of the realm during the 9th and 10th centuries and ruled by a Gaugraf ("gau count"). Similar to many shires in England, during the Middle Ages, many such Gaue came to be known as counties or Grafschaften, the territory of a Graf (count) within the Holy Roman Empire. Such a count or Graf would originally have been an appointed governor, but the position generally became an hereditary vassal princedom, or fief in most of continental Europe.

Nazi period[edit] Main article: Administrative divisions of Nazi Germany The term Gau was revived in German historical research in 18th and 19th century, erroneously considered an ancient administration structure of Germanic tribes. It was adopted in the 1920s as the name given to the regional associations of the Nazi Party (NSDAP). Each Gau denoted an administrative region, created by a party statute dated May 22, 1926. Each Gau was headed by a Gauleiter. The original 33 Gaue were generally coterminous with the Reichstag election districts of the Weimar Republic, based on the constituent states (Länder) and the Prussian provinces. Following the suppression of the political institutions of the Länder in the course of the Nazi Gleichschaltung process and the implementation of Reichsstatthalter (Reich Deputies) in 1933, the Gaue became the de facto administrative regions of the government and each individual Gauleiter had considerable power within his territory. Reichsgaue[edit] Main article: Reichsgau With the beginning of the annexation of neighbouring territories by Nazi Germany in the late 1930s, a new unit of civil administration, the Reichsgau, was established. After the successful invasion of France in 1940, Germany re-annexed Alsace-Lorraine. The former département of Moselle was incorporated into the Gau of Saar-Palatinate, while Bas-Rhin and Haut-Rhin became part of the Baden Gau. Similarly, the formerly independent state of Luxembourg was annexed to Koblenz-Trier, and the Belgian territories of Eupen and Malmedy were incorporated into Cologne-Aachen. German-speaking territories annexed to Germany from 1938 were generally organised into Reichsgaue. Unlike the pre-existing Gaue, the new Reichsgaue formally combined the spheres of both party and state administration. Following the annexation of Austria in 1938, the country, briefly renamed "Ostmark" between 1938 and 1942, was sub-divided into seven Reichsgaue. These had boundaries broadly the same as the former Austrian Länder (states), with the Tyrol and Vorarlberg being merged as "Tyrol-Vorarlberg", Burgenland being divided between Styria and "Lower Danube" (Niederdonau, the renamed Lower Austria). Upper Austria was also renamed "Upper Danube" (Oberdonau), thus eliminating the name of "Austria" (Österreich in German) from the official map. A small number of boundary changes also took place, the most significant of which was the massive expansion of Vienna's official territory, at the expense of "Lower Danube". Northern and eastern territory annexed from the dismembered Czechoslovakia were mainly organised as the Reichsgau of Sudetenland, with territory to the south annexed to the Reichsgaue of Lower and Upper Danube. Following the Axis invasion of Poland in 1939, territories of the Pomeranian and Poznań voivodeships as well as the western half of Łódź voivodeship were re-annexed to Germany as the Reichsgaue of Danzig-Westpreussen (which also incorporated the former Free City of Danzig) and Wartheland. Other parts of Nazi-occupied Poland were incorporated to bordering gaus of East Prussia and Upper Silesia i.e. Zichenau (region); and Silesian voivodeship with the counties of Oświęcim, Biała respectively.

Legacy in topography[edit] The medieval term Gau (sometimes Gäu; gouw in Dutch) has survived as (second, more generic) component of the names of certain regions – some named after a river – in Germany, Austria, Alsace, Switzerland, Belgium, South Tyrol, and the Netherlands. Aargau, Switzerland Allgäu, Germany Breisgau, Germany (h/e English overnames: Brisgaw/Brisgow) Buchsgau, Switzerland Chiemgau, Germany Eastergoa and Westergoa in Friesland, Netherlands Elsgau, Switzerland Fivelgo around the Fivel in Groningen, Netherlands Flachgau, Austria Gau Algesheim, Germany Gäuboden, Germany Haistergau, Germany Haspengouw, Belgium Hegau, Germany Hennegau (Dutch: Henegouwen; English: Heynowes), French: Hainaut), Belgium Hunsingo around the Hunze in Groningen, Netherlands Illergau, Germany Kraichgau, Germany Linzgau, Germany Lungau, Austria Oberammergau, Germany Pinzgau, Austria Pongau, Austria Prättigau, Switzerland Rammachgau, Germany Rheingau, Germany Sisgau, Switzerland Sundgau, in the southeastern corner of Alsace (Suntgow - h/e English overname) Tennengau, Austria Thurgau, Switzerland Ufgau, Germany Unterammergau, Germany Vinschgau, Italy Wasgau, Germany Wormsgau, Germany Zabergäu, Germany

References[edit] Notes ^ numerous variant spellings; gauwa, gowa, gouwa, geiwa, gauia, gawia, gowia, gaugia ^ Grimm, Deutsches Wörterbuch ^ Meyers Konversationslexikon, Fourth Edition, 1885–1892. Bibliography Der große Atlas der Weltgeschichte. Munich: Orbis Verlag, 1990. ISBN 3-572-04755-2 (book of historical maps)

External links[edit] WorldStatesmen – see various present countries once under Nazi rule (here Belgium) – List of Gaue and Gauleiter (in German) Liste mittelalterlicher Gaue, a listing of medieval gau. 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