During our genealogical research, we find a lot of useful and interesting information. In this section we place indexed materials from different archives.

More detailed information on the indexes can be obtained by contacting us.

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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.

Lutsk Citizens

in 1943

 

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Our team decided to fully process one of the lists located in the State Archives of Volyn region. The document contains information about registered citizens, their surnames and names, date of birth, address of residence and place of work. Some cases contain additional information.

As an effect of our progress, new parts of the list will appear according to the Ukrainian alphabet. Also, we have added the translation into Polish language of names and surnames.

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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…

Monuments

in Volyn region

 

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Such expeditions were organized by various regions of Ukraine. Photos of architectural monuments of the Volyn region were taken during expeditions in 1959-1962.

About 500 photos contained in 7 albums illustrating sights from 69 settlements of the region have been preserved.

Horokhiv Raion

Berestechko, Borochyche, Brany, Vilkhivka, Horokhiv, Kvasiv, Novosilki, Okhlopiv, Pidberezzia, Rzhyshchiv, Smolyava

 

Ivanychi Raion

Buzhkowychi, Lytovezh, Movnyky, Sosnyna, Stara Lishnya

 

Kamin-Kashyrskyi Raion

Buzaky, Verkhy, Vyderta, Zalisya, Kachyn, Nuyno, Khoteshiv

 

Kivertsi Raion

Zhydychyn, Lypne, Omelne

 

Kovel Raion

Byten`, Volya, Holoby, Lyubytiv, Rokytnycya

 

Liubeshiv Raion

Velyka Hlusha, Lyubeshiv

 

Liuboml Raion

Horodnie, Zgorany, Luboml, Mashiv, Radekhiv

Lokachi Raion

Velykyi Okorsk, Zaturtsi, Kysylyn, Lokachi, Shelviv
 

Lutsk Raion

Bilostok, Lutsk, Nesvich, Piddubtsi, Smolyhiv, Shepel
 

Manevychi Raion

Chortoryisk
 

Ratne Raion

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Rozhyshche Raion
Wyshenky, Horodyni, Ivanivka, Lubche, Pozharky, Rudka Kozynska, Shchuryn

Stara Vyzhivka Raion

Stara Huta
 

Turiisk Raion

Lukiv

 

Volodymyr-Volynskyi 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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Information about the names of those who received passports comes from various documents processed by us in the archives of Ukraine. We are constantly updating our database, researching the lists of those who have not returned from emigration, various applications and certificates issued to emigrants.
During the indexing process, the already published lists might be refreshed which will be resulted by the newly appeared list with the date of the update. Since the documents were written in the Polish language, the lists are represented according to the Polish alphabet.

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