Masovia was annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia during the 18th century Partitions of Poland and briefly administered within South Prussia and New East Prussia. Among others the territory became part of the Duchy of Warsaw in 1807 during the Napoleonic Wars, but was included within Congress Poland, a puppet state of the Russian Empire, in 1815.
In 1918 following World War I, Masovia was included within the newly formed Second Polish Republic. During World War II, Nazi-occupied Masovia was divided between the General Government and Regierungsbezirk Zichenau in East Prussia. It was subsequently restored to Poland after the war.
The Polish region of Masovia has awarded Bombardier a 55 million [euro] contract to supply 37 double-deck coaches.(News)
Sep 01, 2007; THE POLISH region of Masovia has awarded Bombardier a 55 million [euro] contract to supply 37 double-deck coaches. The...