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  City of Lwow
But after the audience of Lwow archbishop Solikowski with Pope Sixt V in 1586 the town obtained the right to use the papal emblem: a statant lion holding three hills and a star with eight rays.
Lwow is the capital of Halicz, Situated on the
The archeologists ascertained that one of the colonies of X-XIII centuries was settled down at the slope of the Castle Mountain and became the precursor of the city.
www.kresy.co.uk /lwow.html   (692 words)

 My Lwow - recollections and recent events from Lwow
My Lwow - recollections and recent events from Lwow
September 2003 - My walks King's Home Yard Pharmacy-museum Interior of Dominical Church Lyczakow cemetery - september 2003 Lwow 2002 (photos of my son Piotr).
Winter 1975 Poles from Wilno in Lwow (1975).
www.lwow.home.pl /indexuk.html   (102 words)

  Georgi Jewgenjewitsch Lwow - Wikipedia
Fürst Georgi Jewgenjewitsch Lwow (russisch Георгий Евгеньевич Львов, wiss.
Lwow studierte in Moskau Recht und war danach bis 1893 im Staatsdienst tätig.
Nach der Machtübernahme durch die Sowjets in der Oktoberrevolution wurde Lwow verhaftet, konnte aber entkommen.
de.wikipedia.org /wiki/Georgi_Jewgenjewitsch_Lwow   (112 words)

 PolishRoots - History
Lwow, cultural center of the southwest territory, is the seat of three archbishoprics (Roman, Greek and Armenian), houses the University and other institutes of higher education.
Lwow, since antiquity, was the crossroad of the commercial and military trails from the East and West.
Lwow is situated in the Peltwa valley, a drainage region of the Bug river and hence in connection with the Vistula of the European river system.
www.polishroots.com /history/lwow_travelogue.htm   (1922 words)

 Tabibito's Ukraine-Seiten: Lwow - Im Zentrum Galiziens
Lwow alias Lviv, Lwiw, Lvov oder Lemberg in der Westukraine - eine Stadt mit 13 Theatern bzw.
Lwow ist freilich mehr - grosse Industriegebiete und tausende hässliche Betonsilos in den Aussenbezirken prägen den repräsentativeren Anteil an der Stadtfläche.
Diese Kirche ist ursprünglich römisch-katholisch, und davon gibt es nicht allzu viele in Lwow: 22 Kirchen sind ukrainisch-orthodox, 34 sind griechisch-katholisch, weitere 5 sind protestantisch.
www.tabibito.de /ukraine/lwow.html   (1389 words)

Lwow was the second most important centre of Polish pictorialism.
Lwow pictorialists found their inspiration in the works of famous Austrians, including Hans Watzek and Hugo Henenberg, and had institutional support in the form of the Lwow Polytechnic, where Mikolasch lectured at the Photography Section
Other important artists of this group, who were all members of the Lwow Photographic Society [Lwowskie Towarzystwo Fotograficzne] included the chemist Witold Romer (who in 1936 invented the new technique for separating tones called "photographic isohelia"), associated with the Lwow Polytechnic, where he was director of the Photography Institute (1932-1939).
www.culture.pl /en/culture/artykuly/es_historia_fotografii   (4936 words)

 Stefan Banach, Mathematician
In 1922, the Jan Kazimierz University in Lwow awarded Banach his habilitation (a degree allowing to teach at the university) for a Docent in Mathematics for his thesis on measure theory.
After the Soviets invaded Lwow in 1939, Banach was allowed to continue to hold his chair at the university and he became the Dean of the Faculty of Science, the university being renamed the Ivan Franko University.
After the Soviets reentered Lwow, Banach contacted his Soviet friend Sobolev, who wrote about this encounter: "...and despite the grave illness that was undercutting his strength, Banach's eyes were still lively.
www.polishwashington.com /prominent-poles/stefan.banach.htm   (740 words)

 Cancer and Wisdom of the Body: Ludwick Fleck
Ludwik Fleck was born in Lwow on July 11, 1896.
From 1928-1935 he was head of the bacteriological laboratory of the Social Sick Fund in Lwow.
During the Nazi occupation Fleck served as a physician in the Lwow ghetto where he discovered that urine of typhus patients was a good source of rickettsial antigen and could be utilized for the development of a vaccine.
www.what-is-cancer.com /papers/Fleck.html   (1106 words)

 M. Schorr and M. Balaban: CEU M.A. thesis, 1998
Balaban was born in 1874 in Lwow (Lviv) in Austria-Hungary's centre of Ukrainian-Polish Galicia.
During his stay in Lwow, M. Schorr became one of the founders and the first head of the "Society of the teachers of Moses' religion of the people's of the secondary schools in of Galicia" and at the same status he led the first teachers' congress in 1904 in Lwow.
Meir Balaban was born in 1877 in Lwow (Lviv), in a family of of Hebrew printer and traders.
www.personal.ceu.hu /students/97/Roman_Zakharii/thesis.htm   (10179 words)

 Lizeray Family tree - pafg476 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Josua Heschel LWOW Rabbin [Parents] was born in 1692.
Moses LWOW Rabbin died on 05 Aug 1788.
Josua Heschel LWOW Rabbin was born in 1692.
www.lizeray.com /arbregen/pafg476.htm   (214 words)

 Lwow   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Lwow ist eine der ältesten und eigentümlichsten Städte der Ukraine.
Lwow erlebte in seiner langen Geschichte viele Kriege und Belagerungen.
Das kulturelle Leben von Lwow ist mit 5 Theatern, Philharmonie, Trembita - Kapelle sehr lebendig.
www.priority-world.ch /Staedte/Lwow01.html   (198 words)

 History of the GMA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The visit of the sailing ship s/y "Lwow" in Gdynia, which was a small fishing village, initiated the idea to transfer the Maritime School from Tczew to Gdynia.
The s/y "Lwow" purchased in Holland, arrived in Gdansk on July 20, 1921.
From 192 to 1925, apart from the s/y "Lwow" and the s/y "Dar Pomorza", the school had another ship, the s/s "Kopernik" -- a coastal steamship.
www.wsm.gdynia.pl /hist-e.html   (1604 words)

 Chronology of Catholic Dioceses: Ukraine - first draft
Lwow / Lviv [Ukr.] (AEp., had previously been part of the Metr.
Lwow / Lviv [Ukr.] (Metr.) - (...) Ukraine
Stanislawow / Stanislaviv [Ukr.] (detached from Lwow / Lviv) - (Poland) Ukraine
www.katolsk.no /utenriks/kronologi/ukraine.htm   (1159 words)

 Axis History Forum :: View topic - Slaughter of Polish professors in Lwow/Lemberg - 1941
It may be that the persons concerned had been allowed to keep their personal property in return for collaborating with the Soviet authorities, either in the administration of the annexed parts of Poland, or in the setting up of a Polish anti-German movement based in East Galicia, or both.
On the basis of the above, I would suggest that the persons arrested and executed in Lwow were part of Soviet moves to subvert German rule in the Generalgouvernement in the context of the lead-up to the German-Soviet war, and had been fingered to the German authorities by the Ukrainian underground.
Indeed, it seems to portray it as a joint German-Ukrainian operation, with the Ukrainian nationalists having the task of identifying the persosn to be arrested and executed.
forum.axishistory.com /viewtopic.php?t=17676   (3859 words)

 Jan Lukasiewicz
Jan Lukasiewicz (pronounced Wu-cash-ay-vich) was born on December 21st, 1878 in the city of Lwow in Poland.
He continued at the University of Lwow until 1915 when he accepted a lectureship at the University of Warsaw, which was under German occupation at the time.
Between the wars he was the Polish Minister of Education and Dean of the School of Philosophy, also filling the post of Rector of the University for two terms.
www.calculator.org /Lukasiewicz.html   (472 words)

Nowicka, for the bad news that her husband and son were dead.
The murderers were confident about winning the war, and Hitler, their leader, said that no one judges the victors.
Immediately after Lvov was invaded by German troops - during the night hours of the 3rd on 4th July 1941 - a special battalion "Nachtigall" consisting of Ukrainians took active part in arresting Lvov's Professors with their family members and friends.
www.lwow.home.pl /Lwow_profs.html   (14496 words)

 Interview Text : Neufeld, Helena
I was trapped by the Germans in Lwow.
I was in Lwow till /words not clear/...till the creation of the Ghetto in Lwow.
Then I ran away from Lwow illegally, to Warsaw, because my family was living in Warsaw.
voices.iit.edu /interviews/neufe_t.html   (2721 words)

 Lviv - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On the 23rd Langner formally surrendered to Soviet troops under Marshal Timoshenko.
The Soviet and Nazi forces divided Poland between themselves and a forged plebiscite absorbed the Soviet half of Poland, including Lwow, into the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.
Depolonisation tactics began immediately, with huge numbers of Poles deported eastwards into the Soviet Union.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lviv   (3948 words)

 Lemberg Hotels Lemberg Hotel Lwow Kultur Flüge Lviv Lvov
Das wirtschaftliche und kulturelle Zentrum der Westukraine hat schon viele Namen getragen, die die bewegte Geschichte Galiziens wiederspiegeln.
Vom Schlossberg aus hat man heute nicht nur einen herrlichen Panoramablick über die Dächer der galizischen Metropole, sondern findet auch noch Reste aus der Anfangszeit der Stadt.
Folgerichtig findet sich der König der Tiere im Wappen der Stadt, und auch beim Schlendern durch ihre Gassen begegnet er einem dieses tierische Symbol immer wieder in Form steinerner Skulpturen.
www.lemberg-eastline.de   (574 words)

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