Volhynia and Eastern Galicia massacres commemorated – thenews.pl

Volhynia and Eastern Galicia massacres commemorated
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Up to 100,000 Poles, including women and children, were killed or hacked to death and their villages burned down in 1943 and 44 in what was then Nazi-occupied eastern Poland and is now Western Ukraine. On 11 July 1943, the day of the worst bloodshed, 

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