Berdychiv

Berdychiv - Бердичів (Ukrainian), Berdichev - Бердичев (Russian), Barditshev - באַרדיטשעװ (Yiddish), Berdyczów (Polish), Berdicev (Romanian)

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  • Berdychiv — The current estimated population is around 88,000 (as of 2001). HistoryIn 1430, Grand Duke of Lithuania Vitautas (великий князь литовский Витовт) granted the rights over the area to Kalinik, the procurator (наместник) of Putyvl and Zvenigorod,… …   Wikipedia

  • Berdychiv — ▪ Ukraine Russian  Berdichev        city, northwestern Ukraine. Founded in 1482 as a Lithuanian fortress, Berdychiv was Polish from 1569 until 1793. The 16th century fortress walls survive, as does the Roman Catholic church in which the French… …   Universalium

  • Berdychiv — Original name in latin Berdychiv Name in other language Berdicev, Berdichen, Berdichev, Berdiciv, Berditchev, Berditschew, Berdiev, Berdychiv, Berdyczow, Berdyczw, Berdytschiw, berudichifu, brdyz b, Бердичев, Бердичів, State code UA… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Бердичев — Город Бердичев укр. Бердичів Флаг Герб …   Википедия

  • Kaifeng — Infobox Settlement name =Kaifeng official name = other name = native name = nickname = settlement type =Prefecture level city total type = motto = translit lang1=Chinese translit lang1 type=Chinese translit lang1 info=开封 translit lang1… …   Wikipedia

  • Vasily Grossman — Infobox Writer name = Vasily Grossman imagesize = 200px caption = pseudonym = birthdate = birth date|1905|12|12|mf=y birthplace = Berdychiv, Russian Empire deathdate = death date and age|1964|9|14|1905|12|12 deathplace = Moscow, USSR occupation …   Wikipedia

  • Yiddish theatre — consists of plays written and performed primarily by Jews in Yiddish, the language of the Eastern European Ashkenazi Jewish community. The range of Yiddish theatre is broad: operetta, musical comedy, and satiric or nostalgic revues; melodrama;… …   Wikipedia

  • Der Nister — (front center) sitting behind Marc Chagall at the Malakhovka Jewish boys refuge. Der Nister (Yiddish: דער נסתּר; Berdychiv, Ukraine in 1884 – 1950 the Soviet Gulag) was the penname of Pinchus Kahanovich (פנחס כהנאָוויטש), a …   Wikipedia

  • Controversies of the Polish–Soviet War — A barrack for students in a Tuchola internment camp. A photo published by a Russian White immigrant paper in Poland that dubbed Tuchola a death camp . Many Russian POWs died in Poland as a result of poor conditions and communicable diseases… …   Wikipedia

  • Nemirintsy — For other uses, see Nemirintsy (disambiguation). Nemirintsy Немиринці   Village   Coordinates …   Wikipedia

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