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In the 1920s, Ukrainian culture and pride began to flourish once again, but Joseph Stalin (the Soviet leader) was not pleased, and his government created an artificial famine; a deliberate act of genocide that by 1932 caused (an estimated) 3 to 7 million peasant deaths.Mogilev-Podolski - Novoselitsa (Noua Sulita, Sulita) - Uzhgorod (Uzhorod, Ungvr) - Vinnitsa - Vizhnitsa (Vijnita, Vizhnits) - Vladimir Volynski (Lodomira, Wlodzimierz, Lodmer, Ladmir, Ludmir) - Zastavna - Zbarazh (Zbaraz) - Zhdanov (Mariupol) - Zhmerinka - Zholkva (Zlkiew, Nesterov) - Zolochev (Zloczow) in Poland until 1795; under czarist rule it was the district town of Podolia.Unable to protect their militarily, the Ukraine landmass was soon fought over by many forces, including Russia's Red Army and the Polish Army.In the end (by treaty) Poland would control land in the far west, while the eastern two-thirds became part of the Soviet Union as the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.Vasily Bumbak Immigrated early in the 1900's and Married a Maria Prokopecz in either Wilkes-Barre, Pa. If your ancestor is Lemko or rusyn, they are probably from the Transcarpathia or presov region. Haidosh has 454 and Kyblary, next door on the Stara River, has 791 souls residing there. Both villages are hamlet size w/vineyards, the mainstay of the local agricultural economy.The Village Administrator and post ofc for both villages is in Kyblary. it possible that there is a picture of Nagy Gajdos Out there some where? I still await My G-Grand Father's Naturalization -Records. Haidosh has 454 and Kyblary, next door on the Stara River, has 791 souls residing there.And following the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (or union) Armenians, Germans, Poles and Jews immigrated to the Ukraine.
Jews are first mentioned in the town in 1637, but the community is not recorded among those who were victims of the *Chmielnicki massacres of 1648-49.
This is the beautiful Zakarpatska oblast/region Ukraine. The Village Administrator and post ofc for both villages is in Kyblary.
**Ungvari jaras - today Uzhorodskij raion/district ***Keobler/ obj/ybl were other names that show up in 16th/17th century documents. This is the beautiful Zakarpatska oblast/region Ungvari is called /Kyblyary.
After the occupation of the town by the Germans and Rumanians during World War II (1941), Mogilev was incorporated into the region of *Transnistria.
During the war years the largest concentration of Jews expelled by the Rumanians from Bessarabia and Bukovina to Transnistria was to be found in Mogilev. The organized Big Flight from Barbarossa with the withdrawal of the Red Army is not mentioned in this article but very probable because the southern front only began to move in July and there were 10 days time for the flight, see *Rumania (Romania) .]]