KOZYANY: Vilna Print

Alternate names: Kozyany [Rus], Koziany [Pol], Kazan [Yid], Kaziany [Bel], Kozian, Kazjany, Kozon, Kozin, Russian: Козяны. Belarusian: Казяны. קאזאן-Yiddish. 55°18' N, 26°52' E, on the modern Belarus-Lithuania border, 10 miles N of Pastavy, 24 miles SSW of Braslaw, 100.6 miles NNW of Minsk. Kozyany Administrative region; Vitebs. Słownik Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego (1880-1902), IV, p. 524: "Koziany". Before WWI part of the Russian Empire, 1921- 1939 part of Poland, 1939- 1941 part of the Soviet Union, 1944 - 1990s part of the Soviet Union. Town images and links. Yizkor: Khurbn Glubok, Sharkoystsene, Dunilovitsh, Postov, Droye, Kazan: dos lebn un umkum fun Yidishe shtetlekh in Vaysrusland-Lite (Vilner gegnt). (Buenos Aires, 1956) The Destruction of Kazan. [March 2009]

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