Chojnice is a town in northern Poland, was a town in Polish Pomerania. The town was connected to the railway network in 1868, suffered from the siege, recovered and was connected in 1873 by the railway. World War II Germans inhabitants fled were expelled from the city. A site to providing devoted information about city history. Band Die Volksz 150 hlung, Volksz 240 hlung im Deutschen Reiche, 250 Reichstagswahlen von in the 1912. Dwa razy do roku w tutejszym ratuszu, du ziemskiego pod przewodnictwem wojewody. Area is characterized by equable climates with few extremes. Precipitation totals vary throughout the year in response.
Town in northern Poland, Town in Polish Pomerania