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962Re: [tarnobrzeg-gen] Tarnobrzeg

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  • Marek Duszkiewicz
    Jul 4, 2002
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      On Wed, 3 Jul 2002 13:20:10 US/Eastern rhardest@... writes:

      How many Catholic churches were there
      > then?

      Kosci�l pod wezwaniem Sw. M. Magdaleny
      (Saint Magdalena Church) in Miechocin
      (now part of Tarnobrzeg) built in the year 1340 and
      still existing today.
      39-400 Tarnobrzeg,
      ul. Mickiewicza 93,
      tel. (015) 822 76 07

      Kosci�l i Klasztor Ojc�w Dominikan�w(Dominikan Fathers
      Church) in Tarnobrzeg, funded by Tarnowskis family
      1676 r.,

      > My wife's grandfather was Catholic...also was told he
      > served in the Army, but never said what Army...can
      > now deduce that it was the Austrian Army!?

      He did not have any choice.
      Men able to serve were forced to serve in the army of
      given partition. So often Poles fought each other only
      because they lived in difrent partition so they served
      in competing armies.

      Marek D.

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