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During World War II, Lutsk was under Soviet and then German occupation. After the liquidation of the ghetto, the workforce problem has occurred, people began to be transported from the surrounding villages. The city authorities had to constantly monitor the real movement of the population, which was rapidly changing.
In 1959, an expedition began in the Volyn region, aimed to collect information about historical and architectural objects for inclusion in the number of monuments of the region.
Unfortunately, for some objects these were the last years of existence…
in Volyn region
Berestechko, Borochyche, Brany, Vilkhivka, Horokhiv, Kvasiv, Novosilki, Okhlopiv, Pidberezzia, Rzhyshchiv, Smolyava
Buzhkowychi, Lytovezh, Movnyky, Sosnyna, Stara Lishnya
Buzaky, Verkhy, Vyderta, Zalisya, Kachyn, Nuyno, Khoteshiv
Zhydychyn, Lypne, Omelne
Byten`, Volya, Holoby, Lyubytiv, Rokytnycya
Velyka Hlusha, Lyubeshiv
Horodnie, Zgorany, Luboml, Mashiv, Radekhiv
Velykyi Okorsk, Zaturtsi, Kysylyn, Lokachi, Shelviv
Bilostok, Lutsk, Nesvich, Piddubtsi, Smolyhiv, Shepel
Wyshenky, Horodyni, Ivanivka, Lubche, Pozharky, Rudka Kozynska, Shchuryn
Stara Vyzhivka Raion
Volodymyr-Volynskyi, Krasnostav / Gnojno, Ludyn, Mykulychi, Novosilky, Rohozhany, Selets, Ustyluh, Khmeliv
During the interwar period, many citizens of the Second Polish Republic applied for passports in order to be able to travel permanently or temporarily to other countries for various purposes. Go!Foretime compiles lists of such applicants.
Second Polish Republic Emigration
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