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Lwów

(lvuf)
n
(Placename) the Polish name for Lvov
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Both were born outside present-day Poland: Milosz in Lithuania and Herbert in Lwow (present-day Lviv in Ukraine) but had very different experiences in World War II and after.
"Post--World War II international human rights began life as a specifically Jewish pursuit of minority rights in the ravaged borderlands of post-World War I Eastern Europe." (7) Loeffler unfolds his story beginning with a vivid description of the November 1918 pogrom in what was then Lemberg (Lviv, Lwow), allowing us to imagine what the photographer covering the story for an unnamed Prague newspaper could not, in good conscience, capture on film.
| The Polish 307 Night Fighter Squadron, known as "The Eagle Owls of Lwow" was also formidable.
(32) The Sokol folk dance ensemble, possibly the first Polish dance ensemble in North America and Europe, formed in 1925 when Helena Garczyhska, a ballet dancer from Lwow, Poland (now Lviv, Ukraine), moved to Winnipeg.
(29) Edward Strasburger, Gospodarka naszych wielkich miast: Warszawa, Lodz, Krakow, Lwow, Poznan (Cracow: Gustaw Gebethner& Spofka, 1913), 28.
Beloved widower of Jozia (who passed in 2009), loving brother of Janek, devoted father of Irene, Krysia and Andrzej, dearly loved grandfather of Ceinwen, Rhianedd, Brynmore and Freya and great-grandfather of Ellie, embracing Jan, Kristian, Sean, Paul and remembering the wider family in Poland, Lwow and Canada.
(18.) Laczmanski L, Milewicz A, Lwow F, Puzianowska-Kuznicka M, Pawlak M, Kolackov K, et al.
No longer Soviet Lviv, or Polish Lwow, the City of Lions has been controlled by Germany for a year.
Among my personal discoveries were Erna Rosenstein, whose 1979 paintings of her parents, murdered trying to flee the Lwow Ghetto, are rendered in a haunting surrealist figuration; and Edi Hila, whose muted paintings show Albanian land- and cityscapes in a state of postsocialist decay.
Hladylowicz, Zmiany krajobrazu i rozwoj osadnictwa w Wielkopolsce od XIV do XIX wieku [Landscape change and settlement development in Greater Poland from the 14th until the 19th c.], Lwow 1932.
The inspiration for this course is the innovative Law Without Walls (LWOW) program, in which one of the Authors has closely participated since it began in January 2011.