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Historically, the name can also refer to a larger region, containing both present-day Schleswig-Holstein and the former South Jutland County Northern Schleswig; now part of the Region of Southern Denmark in Denmark.
The area of the tribe of the Holsts was between the Stör River and Hamburg , and after Christianization , their main church was in Schenefeld.
Saxon Holstein became a part of the Holy Roman Empire after Charlemagne 's Saxon campaigns in the late eighth century. Since , the northern frontier of Holstein and thus the Empire was marked by the River Eider.
The term Schleswig comes from the city of Schleswig. The name derives from the Schlei inlet in the east and vik meaning inlet in Old Norse or settlement in Old Saxon , and cognate with the "-wick" or "-wich" element in place-names in Britain.
Schleswig and Holstein have at different times belonged in part or completely to either Denmark or Germany, or have been virtually independent of both nations.
The exception is that Schleswig had never been part of Germany until the Second Schleswig War in Essentially, Schleswig was either integrated into Denmark or was a Danish fief, and Holstein was a German fief and once a sovereign state long ago.
Both were for several centuries ruled by the kings of Denmark. In , all of Schleswig was united as a single duchy under the king of Denmark, and the great powers of Europe confirmed in an international treaty that all future kings of Denmark should automatically become dukes of Schleswig, and consequently Schleswig would always follow the same order of succession as the one chosen in the Kingdom of Denmark.
In the church, following the reformation, German was used in the southern part of Schleswig and Danish in the northern part.
This would later prove decisive for shaping national sentiments in the population, as well as after when mandatory school education was introduced.
The administration of both duchies was conducted in German, despite the fact that they were governed from Copenhagen from by the German Chancellery which was in renamed Schleswig-Holstein Chancellery.
The German national awakening that followed the Napoleonic Wars gave rise to a strong popular movement in Holstein and Southern Schleswig for unification with a new Prussian -dominated Germany.
This development was paralleled by an equally strong Danish national awakening in Denmark and Northern Schleswig.
This movement called for the complete reintegration of Schleswig into the Kingdom of Denmark and demanded an end to discrimination against Danes in Schleswig.
The ensuing conflict is sometimes called the Schleswig-Holstein Question. In , King Frederick VII of Denmark declared that he would grant Denmark a liberal constitution and the immediate goal for the Danish national movement was to ensure that this constitution would give rights to all Danes, i.
Furthermore, they demanded protection for the Danish language in Schleswig the dominant language in almost a quarter of Schleswig had changed from Danish to German since the beginning of the 19th century.
Representatives of German-minded Schleswig-Holsteiners demanded that Schleswig and Holstein be unified and allowed its own constitution and that Schleswig join Holstein as a member of the German Confederation.
These demands were rejected by the Danish government in , and the Germans of Holstein and southern Schleswig rebelled.
In , conflict broke out again when Frederick VII died without legitimate issue. The transmission of the duchy of Holstein to the head of the German-oriented branch of the Danish royal family, the House of Augustenborg , was more controversial.
The separation of the two duchies was challenged by the Augustenborg heir, who claimed, as in , to be rightful heir of both Schleswig and Holstein.
The promulgation of a common constitution for Denmark and Schleswig in November prompted Otto von Bismarck to intervene and Prussia and Austria declared war on Denmark.
This was the Second War of Schleswig , which ended in Danish defeat. Contrary to the hopes of German Schleswig-Holsteiners, the area did not gain its independence, but was annexed as a province of Prussia in Also following the Austro-Prussian War in , section five of the Peace of Prague stipulated that the people of Northern Schleswig would be consulted in a referendum on whether to remain under Prussian rule or return to Danish rule.
This condition, however, was never fulfilled by Prussia. During the decades of Prussian rule within the German Empire , authorities attempted a Germanisation policy in the northern part of Schleswig, which remained predominantly Danish.
The period also meant increased industrialisation of Schleswig-Holstein and the use of Kiel and Flensburg as important Imperial German Navy locations.
The northernmost part and west coast of the province saw a wave of emigration to America, while some Danes of North Schleswig emigrated to Denmark.
Following the defeat of Germany in World War I , the Allied powers arranged a plebiscite in northern and central Schleswig. The plebiscite was conducted under the auspices of an international commission which designated two voting zones to cover the northern and south-central parts of Schleswig.
Steps were taken to also create a third zone covering a southern area, but zone III was cancelled again and never voted, as the Danish government asked the commission not to expand the plebiscite to this area.
Only minor areas on the island of Föhr showed a Danish majority, and the rest of the Danish vote was primarily in the town of Flensburg.
On 15 June , Northern Schleswig officially returned to Danish rule. To compensate Prussia for these losses and partly because Hitler had a personal dislike for Lübeck  , the year-long independence of the Hansestadt Lübeck came to an end, and almost all its territory was incorporated into Schleswig-Holstein.
On 23 August , the military government abolished the province and reconstituted it as a separate Land. This was supported neither by the British occupation administration nor the Danish government.
In , the German and Danish governments issued the Bonn-Copenhagen Declarations confirming the rights of the ethnic minorities on both sides of the border.
Conditions between the nationalities have since been stable and generally respectful. The state of Schleswig-Holstein further consists of Holstein, as well as Lauenburg and the formerly independent city of Lübeck.
In the western part of the state, the lowlands have virtually no hills. Germany's only high-sea island, Heligoland , is situated in the North Sea.
The Baltic Sea coast in the east of Schleswig-Holstein is marked by bays, fjords , and cliff lines. Rolling hills the highest elevation is the Bungsberg at metres or feet and many lakes are found, especially in the eastern part of Holstein called the Holstein Switzerland and the former Duchy of Lauenburg Herzogtum Lauenburg.
Fehmarn is the only island off the eastern coast. Schleswig-Holstein is divided into 11 Kreise districts :.
Furthermore, the four separate urban districts are:. Schleswig-Holstein has an aging population. Since there has been a decrease in the natural rate of population change.
In the total fertility rate reached 1. In there were 25, births and 33, deaths, resulting in a natural decrease of -8, The region has been strongly Protestant since the time of the Protestant Reformation.
It is proportionally the most Protestant of the sixteen modern states. In , members of the Evangelical Church in Germany make up Largest groups of foreign residents by 31 December [ citation needed ].
Schleswig-Holstein combines Danish and German aspects of culture. The most important festivals are the Kiel Week, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival , an annual classic music festival all over the state, and the Lübeck Nordic Film Days , an annual film festival for movies from Scandinavian countries, held in Lübeck.
The annual Wacken Open Air festival is considered to be the largest heavy metal rock festival in the world. The state's most important museum of cultural history is in Gottorf Castle in Schleswig.
The coat of arms shows the symbols of the two duchies united in Schleswig-Holstein, i. Supposedly, Otto von Bismarck decreed that the two lions were to face the nettle because of the discomfort to their bottoms which would have resulted if the lions faced away from it.
See History of Schleswig-Holstein. The anthem from is called " Wanke nicht, mein Vaterland " "Don't falter, my fatherland" , but it is usually referred to with its first line "Schleswig-Holstein meerumschlungen" i.
The official language of Schleswig-Holstein is German. During the language change in the 19th century some Danish and North Frisian dialects in Southern Schleswig were replaced by Standard German.