Re: Marriage certificate
- wrote : ...It is difficult for non-Polish speakers ...,
1) ps. for speakers/readers perhaps the forum really to discuss is
dificult, but for researcher/searcher no!,
wrote : ... link was sent to me by a friend,
ps. 2. You have showed this record for us, ... and author (Volodymyr
Kubijovyè) of this text was a ukrainian Nazi-member, nazi-
colaborant, and this article is political nonsense ( made in
wrote : Please don't negate that by insulting us.
Debbie, You like semi-truth ?
--- In email@example.com, Debbie Greenlee
> telewizja11 and telewizja12,
> It is difficult for non-Polish speakers to find information written
> Polish to provide to the Polish speakers/readers on this listcovering
> any subject.written in
> It is difficult for non-English speakers to find information
> English to provide to the English speakers/readers on this listcovering
> any subject.pass
> Sending something in Ukrainian is a waste of time. I would never
> onto someone an article I could not read myself. If you are able toread
> Uke cyrillic, perhaps you could translate Ann's marriage record.insurgents
> Considering the discussion had nothing to do with soldiers,
> and the like, I must refuse your "gift". The complete article youcited
> is from the Scotland Sunday Times, August 14, 2005our
> The article in part, talks about the Nazi's Galizien division. Since
> none of us, as adults, have been asked to make the same choices as
> ancestors during the last century, this discussion is moot. This isnot
> the forum really to discuss why any group or person made thedecisions
> they/he did during the 1900s. This list is comprised of Poles, Ukes,atrocities
> Lemko, Rusyn, Bojks, at least. Most of us are aware of the
> committed by "both sides" during the last two World Wars but we trynot
> to point the finger, in part, I think, because each family was made-up
> of Poles, Ukes, Lemko, Rusyn, or Bojks and because all sides are atand it
> You have provided great information, maps and photos to this list
> is all appreciated. Please don't negate that by insulting us.The
> telewizja11 wrote:
> this is my gift for your friends from Canada,
> telewizja12 wrote:
> > Debbie Greenlee <daveg@a...> wrote:
> > > Here's an interesting site. It's the Encyclopedia of Ukraine.
> > link was sent to me by a friend.http://www.encyclopediaofukraine.com/display.aspAddButton=pages\S\I\Si
> > anik.htmKubijovyè,....
> > Debbie and all,
> > who is autor od this article, see more about Volodymyr
> > The organizer of the division was the German governor of Galicia,1943.
> > Otto von Wächter, and its formation was announced on 28 April
> > The head of the Ukrainian Central Committee in Cracow, Volodymyrthe
> > Kubijovyè, supported the division's formation, regarding it as a
> > Ukrainian armed force and ...
> > What is it : Ukrainian Galizien division of the 14th SS division
> > by Sunday Times 2005 august: The Ukrainian Galizien division of
> > 14th SS division was formed as part of a programme of creatingThe
> > foreign formations of the Waffen SS to fight on the Soviet front.
> > division committed atrocities and took part in the finalliquidation
> > of the Warsaw ghetto in 1943, and Slovak uprising in 1944petrol
> > Survivors of the massacres also claimed that the division murdered
> > 800 civilians in the Polish village of Huta Pienacka, pouring
> > on inhabitants and burning them alive. It is also claimed thatthree
> > years earlier, members of the Nightingale battalion, a Ukranianthe
> > police unit that merged with the Galizien division, descended on
> > town of Lvov and massacred thousands of Jews, including children
> > whose bodies were left fastened to trees with barbed wire.
> > Bravo Debbie this is a big source!
- Philip and Wes,
Actually, the next book to be published after the L~emko dictionary
should be the English-L~emko/L~emko-English dictionary. ;)
Philip Semanchuk wrote:
> That's great! I thought that Dr. Paul Magocsi had created one, but II've just recently learned, that scholars of Jagiellonian University
> can't find reference to it.
> Well that's good incentive for some of us to learn Polish and
> > On Jan 20, 2006, at 9:34 AM, Wieslaw Rakoczy wrote:
> in Krakow are in process of creating the first Lemko dialect