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in the liberation of Wilno (Second Battle of Wilno (1920)). He was twice awarded the Krzyż Walecznych (Cross of Valor) for gallantry. Detailed biography of Witold Pilecki on Whatfor. Last accessed on 21 November 2007. * 18th Infantry Division (18th Infantry Division (Poland)) (

film debut

&hl en#v onepage&q Anna%20Lindenstadt&f false He turned his back on his father's tailoring business to enter the theater, and by 1911, he was a member of Max Reinhardt 's Deutsches Theater. He made his film debut the following year as an actor, but he gradually abandoned acting to concentrate on directing. birth_date

ancient black

). Farny catholic church..jpg thumb The Jesuit Cathedral of Hrodna (1678–1705). Medieval The oldest extant structure in Hrodna is the Kalozha Church of Sts. Boris and Gleb (Boris and Gleb) (Belarusian: ''Каложская царква''). It is the only surviving monument of ancient Black Ruthenian architecture, distinguished from other Orthodox churches by prolific use of polychrome faceted stones of blue, green or red tint which could be arranged

numerous military

of numerous military units fighting against the invading Wehrmacht. In the course of the Soviet invasion of Poland (Invasion of Poland (1939)) initiated on September 17, there was heavy fighting in the city between Soviet and improvised Polish forces, composed mostly of march battalions and volunteers. The Fate of Poles in the USSR 1939~1989" by Tomasz Piesakowski ISBN 0-901342-24-6 Page 36 In the course of the Battle of Grodno


family publisher web site accessdate March 29, 2011 settling in Boston and later in Philadelphia, where his father, Morris "Moshe" Baran (1884–1979), opened a grocery store. He graduated from Drexel University in 1949 (then called Drexel Institute of Technology), with a degree in electrical engineering. He then joined the Eckert-Mauchly Computer Company, where he did technical work on UNIVAC models, the first brand of commercial computers

years giving

War he started his career as a dancer in cabarets and theatres of Warsaw, Minsk and Grodno. He returned to Warsaw after the war, but no theatre would hire him and he spend several years giving dance lessons and occasionally singing in cabarets. It is speculated that he might have appeared in a number of silent films in that period, none of them survive to our times however. Background Raginis was born in Dźwińsk (Daugavpils), Russia (Latvia). He came from a landowning

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(Category:Grodno) Category:Cities in Belarus Category:Populated places in Grodno Region Category:Grodno Governorate Category:Białystok Voivodeship (1919–39) Category:Magdeburg Law Category:Articles containing video clips On 21 December 2001, a major reorganisation of the Ground Forces produced two operational-territorial commands, formed from two former corps headquarters. Main, 2003 All Belarus ground forces were now grouped within these two commands, the Western Operational Command at Grodno, former from the previous 28th Army Corps, the former Soviet 28th Army (28th Army (Soviet Union)), and the North Western Operational Command, the former 65th Army Corps, at Borisov. In 2007 the Land Forces consisted of 29,600 soldiers (6th Guards Mechanised Brigade (Grodno), 11th Guards Mechanised Brigade (Slonim, the former 11th Guards Tank Division) the 120th Guards Mechanised Brigade (Minsk), 38th and 103rd Mobile Brigades (organized similarly to Soviet airborne regiments, not all of them are equipped with BMD-1), http: forum index.php topic,406.0.html 5th Separate Spetznaz Brigade (Maryina Horka), five artillery brigades and four regiments, two MRL regiments, 15th, 29th, 115th, 120th and 302nd SAM Brigades, two SSM brigades, two brigades and one regiment of engineers, 8th NBC independent brigade, two signals brigades, 40th independent NBC battalion. Army equipment includes 1800 MBT, 2600 AFV APC. The weapons and equipment storage bases include the 50th (Brest), 19th, One of the equipment storage bases is the 19th, the former 19th Guards Tank Division at Zaslonovo in the Lepiel region. On October 1, 2003 the base has strongly added in "weight". From other bases of storage of arms and techniques now we are distinguished favourably by new structure. Besides a battalion of protection, storage and service, motor-rifle and tank battalions were added. http: vad777 sng belorussia%5Cbelorusia.htm 34th (34th Tank Division) & 37th (former tank divisions), 3rd, and 28th (Baranovichi). Weapons storage bases that have been disbanded include the 29th, 30th, 193rd (193rd Tank Division), and the storage base that used to be the 8th Guards Tank Division at Marina Gorka. Early years Prior to World War I, Gretzky's paternal grandfather Anton (Tony) Gretzky immigrated along with his family to Canada via the United States from the Russian Empire (what is now Grodno, Belarus (Grodno)).

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. The best route into the Russian heartland was along the continental divide from Grodno to Minsk and Smolensk. From there, Moscow could be reached without having to cross any major rivers. Charles chose instead a straighter – but more difficult – route, over the Berezina and Drut (Drut River) rivers. The army was moved from its winter camp near Radoszkowice in June 1708; the movement was plagued by poor road conditions and weather

century view

s a large population of Old Prussians moved to the region. The famous Lithuanian Grand Duke Vytautas was the prince of Grodno from 1376 to 1392, and he stayed there during his preparations for the Battle of Grunwald (1410). Since 1413, Grodno had been the administrative center of a powiat in Trakai Voivodeship. Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth thumb A 16th-century view of Grodno. (File:View of Grodno in 1575.PNG) File:Прыклад.jpg thumb The New Grodno Castle

battle life

referred to (by Poles) as "the greatest cavalry battle after 1813" and the last cavalry battle. Life Wróblewski was born in Grodno (Russian Empire, now in Belarus). He studied at Kiev University. After a six-year exile for participating in the January 1863 Uprising (January Uprising) against Imperial Russia, he studied in Berlin and Heidelberg. He defended his doctoral dissertation at Munich University in 1876 and became an assistant professor at Strassburg University. In 1880 he became a member of the Polish Academy of Learning. - GNA UMMG Obukhovo Airport Grodno, Belarus - Interbellum Maczek decided not resume his studies at Lwów University and remained on active service. Between 1921 and 1923 he was commanding officer of an infantry battalion within the Lwów-based 26th Infantry Regiment (Polish 26th Infantry Regiment). On 1 August 1923 he was promoted to lieutenant-colonel (podpułkownik) and sent to the Higher Military School (Wyższa Szkoła Wojenna) in Warsaw. He graduated the following year and served until 1927 as the head of the 2nd Detachment of the General Staff (History of the Polish intelligence services) (intelligence) in Lwów. Later that year he moved to Grodno, where he became the deputy commander of the 76th Infantry Regiment (Polish 76th Infantry Regiment). In 1929, after finishing his training, he became commander of the Grodno-based 81st Infantry Regiment (Polish 81st Infantry Regiment) and held that post until 1934. During that time, on 1 January 1931, he was promoted to colonel (pułkownik). In 1935 he was moved to Częstochowa, where he became the deputy commander of the prestigious 1st Legions Infantry Division (Polish 1st Legions Infantry Division). Curzon's July 1920 proposal differed from the December 19 announcement in two significant ways. WikiPedia:Hrodna commons:Hrodna


'''Grodno''' or '''Hrodna''' ( It is the capital of Grodno Region (voblast) and Grodno raion (district).

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