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SOSNOWE: Rivne Oblast [Sosnovoje,Selisht, Selishche,Seish Scihi, Siedlisczce, Siedliszcze, Sagol Slistht, Ludwipol, Ludvipol, Lyudvipol , Lyudvopol ] PDF Print E-mail

Sosnove is a town in Rivne Oblast, at 50°50′N 27°0′E / 50.833°N 27.000°E. Population is 2,036. The Sluch River flows through the town. Wikipedia

  • Sosnovoje (Ukrainian)
  • Selisht, Selishche (Yiddish), Rovno Gibernia, Ukraine
  • Seish Scihin (Yiddish)
  • Siedlisczce, Siedliszcze (Russian)
  • Sagol Slistht (German)
  • Ludwipol, Ludvipol, Lyudvipol (Ukrainian)
  • Ludwipol (Poland)
  • Lyudvilpol (Hungarian)
  • Lyudvopol (Czech)

  • Ljudwipol S. Z. le-K. Ludwipol (Ludvipol-Wolyn; in memory of the Jewish community) (1965, 335 pp) [H, Y], N. Ayalon, Ed., (Tel Aviv: Ludvipol Relief Society of Israel) [DS135.R93 A97]

Poland ruled Volhynia until the late 18th century, when Poland was partitioned by the Prussian, Austrian, and Russian empires. After the partition, Volhynia was a gubernia (province) of the Russian Empire until 1919 when western Volhynia rejoined Poland. In 1945 the entire Volhynia Gubernia was absorbed into the Soviet Union, becoming Volhynia oblast, The western part of the old gubernia is now in Ukraine with a small part of northern Volhynia in Belarus. Major cities and towns in and around Volhynia include Zhitomir (the former capital), Rovno, Lutsk, Kovel, Berdichev, and Novograd-Volinsk.

 

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