Bishops in joint WWII massacres declaration – thenews.pl

Bishops in joint WWII massacres declaration
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Poles fought back, principally through units of the underground Home Army (AK), and it is estimated that about 2000-3000 Ukrainians were killed in Volhynia, and about 20,000 more when the fighting spread to other areas of south east Poland (1944-1947).

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