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Ukrainian–Soviet War With major fighting breaking out in January 1919, the Ukrainians were pushed back and Kiev fell in February 1919. The government moved to Vinnytsia on February 5, 1919. A political trick took place that the Directory tried to play with Volodymyr Vynnychenko resignation to demonstrate a change of powers in the Ukrainian government and maybe attain a possible acceptance with the Entante. Symon Petliura has left the party and replaced the Vynnychenko's position who was too well known. Petliura has assumed the position of the Directory's chairman on February 11, 1919, a week after the government moved to Podillia (Podolie). The talks, alias, were proved to be without results. By May 1919, the Directory's armies had been squeezed into a narrow strip of land around Brody. Soviets then negotiated with the Poles, who were attacking the Ukrainians from behind, with this ceasefire, the Ukrainians were able to counter-attack and re-take Podilia and established a new capital in Kamianets-Podilskyi. In June, the UNR's forces were joined by the Western Ukrainian Republic's forces, who had been pushed out of Galicia (Galicia (Central Europe)) by the Poles. During that time (May 1919), General Denikin (Anton Denikin) and his white army launched an offensive against the Reds, during the summer and autumn of that year. The ''White Guards'' forces pushed the Reds out of the Central and Eastern Ukraine, thus, given the Directory another chance to reclaim Kiev. But the constant ''Red Guards'' counter-attacks and a deadly typhus epidemic caused the Petliura forces to be pushed out of Ukraine completely into the well established territory of Poland. A political crisis took place inside the Directory members of which were heavily interfered in the affairs of the Council of People's Ministers. Because of that Shvets and Makarenko were sent on the state matters abroad. Later in May 1920 on the request of Petliura to return they did not reply and were dismissed. Stanisław became starost of Skała in 1641, castellan of Halicz in 1646, castellan of Kamieniec (Kamianets-Podilskyi), voivode of Bracław Voivodship and Grand Regimentarz of the Crown in 1649, voivode of Ruthenian Voivodship in 1652, Field Crown Hetman from 1654 until February 19, 1657 and starost of Stobnice and Dymirsk. Gamrat was born in Samoklęski (Samoklęski, Subcarpathian Voivodeship) near Jasło (Jasło County), Poland. Early in his career, Gamrat was the royal secretary to Sigismund I the Old. Gamrat was bishop of Kamieniec (Kamianets-Podilskyi) since 1531, of Przemyśl since 1535, of Kraków since 1538 and simultaneously Archbishop of Gniezno since 1541. From 1540 until 1545 Marcin Kromer was Gamrat's secretary. Volodymyr Sichynskyi was born to the family of Ievtym Sitsinskyi in Kamianets-Podilskyi, Podolia guberniya, Russia (Imperial Russia), which is in present-day Ukraine. Around June 29, 1633 a strong Tatar group of Bucak Orde (about 1,000 strong) raided the area of Kamieniec Podolski (Kamianets-Podilskyi). This raid ended and the Tatars returned to Moldavia with their loot and jasyr. Meanwhile, the Commonwealth commander, Hetman Stanisław Koniecpolski was in Bar (Bar, Ukraine) and moved immediately in pursuit with 2,000 cavalry when the news reached him. The hetman crossed Dniestr river and entered the Ottoman territory of Moldavia, which has been the theatre of the previous Commonwealth-Ottoman war just a few decades earlier (the Moldavian Magnate Wars). The Tatars probably thought they were safe and slowed down thus allowing hetman to catch with them on July 4 near Sasowy Róg at river Prut. Several dozens of Tatars were killed and captured, rest dispersed. Among captives were several high rank Tatars and Khan Temir's son in law (Khan Temir, Kantymir – chief of Budjak Horde, a well known and ferocious Nogai Tatar (Nogai Horde) leader). Most of loot, all captives, cattle and horses were recovered. He was the son of Stanisław Przedbór Koniecpolski and Elżbieta Ligzianka (relative of hetman Jan Tarnowski). His wife was Anna Sroczycka, daughter of Stanisław Sroczycki (Stanislaw Sroczycki), voivode of Kamieniec (Kamianets-Podilskyi). This marriage brought into the Koniecpolscy family large estates (estate (house)) at Podolia. Life and career He was born into a Polish (Poles) catholic family in Bendery, Bessarabia in Imperial Russia, the fourth of four children of Czesław Spława-Neyman and Kazimiera Lutosławska. His family was Roman Catholic and Neyman served as an altar boy during his early childhood. Later, Neyman would become an agnostic. Neyman's family descended from a long line of Polish nobles and military heroes. He graduated from the Kamianets-Podilskyi gubernial gymnasium for boys in 1909 under the name ''Yuri Cheslavovich Neyman''. Выпускники Каменец-Подольской гимназии 1883-1920 He began studies at Kharkov University in 1912, where he was taught by Russian probabilist Sergei Natanovich Bernstein. After he read 'Lessons on the integration and the research of the primitive functions' by Henri Lebesgue, he was fascinated with measure and integration. birth_date September 26, 1904 birth_place Kamianets-Podilskyi, Russian Empire (today Khmelnytskyi Oblast) death_date November 23, 1983 (79 years) '''Mykola Platonovych Bazhan''' ( wikipedia:Kamianets-Podilskyi wikipedia:Kamianets-Podilskyi Castle wikipedia:Holy Trinity Church, Kamianets-Podilskyi Commons:Category:Kamyanets Podilsky
of Russia. * '''1699:''' Some of the Kamieniec (Kamianets-Podilskyi)-based Lipka Tatars who had remained loyal to the Turkish Sultan were settled in Bessarabia along the borderlands between the Ottoman Empire and the Polish Lithuanian Commonwealth as well as in the environs of Chocim (Khotyn) and Kamieniec-Podolski and in the town known as Lipkany. A further large scale emigration of Lipkas to Ottoman controlled lands took place early in the 18th century, after the victory won by King Augustus II over the Polish-born King Stanisław Leszczyński, whom the Lipkas had supported in his war against the Saxon King. He was podkomorzy of Podolia since 1621, castellan of Kamianets-Podilskyi since 1628, voivod (Voivode) of Bratslav Voivodeship since 1631 and Podolia voivodeship since 1636. death_date wikipedia:Kamianets-Podilskyi wikipedia:Kamianets-Podilskyi Castle wikipedia:Holy Trinity Church, Kamianets-Podilskyi Commons:Category:Kamyanets Podilsky
from:1991 till:2008 # Ukraine PlotData bar:test at:1062 mark:(line,black) at:1062 shift:(10,-10) text:1062 First mentioned bar:test at:1241 mark:(line,black) at:1241 shift:(10,0) text:1241 Mongol invasion bar:test at:1352 mark:(line,black) at:1352 shift:(10,0) text:1352 Captured by Casimir the Great bar:test at:1672 mark:(line,black) at:1672 shift:(10,0) text:1672 Captured by the Ottomans bar:test at:1699 mark:(line,black) at:1699 shift:(10,0) text:1699 Retaken by Jan
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mark:(line,black) at:1991 shift:(10,0) text:1991 Independent Ukraine Modern times During the Khmelnytsky Uprising (1648–58), the Jewish community (Qahal) there suffered much from Khmelnytsky's Cossacks on the one hand, and from the attacks of the Crimean Tatars (their main object being the extortion of ransoms) on the other.
in Khmelnytskyi Oblast Category:Podolia Governorate Category:Shtetls Category:Cities of regional significance in Ukraine This period gave way to the highly significant Köprülü Era (1656–1703), during which effective control of the Empire was exercised by a sequence of Grand Viziers from the Köprülü family. On September 15, 1656 the octogenarian Köprülü Mehmed Pasha accepted the seals of office having received guarantees from the Valide Turhan Hatice of unprecedented
in ''Fiddler on the Roof'', playing the innkeeper in the Broadway play and the rabbi in the film version (Fiddler on the Roof (film)). Another of his more notable roles was that of Boris' father in Woody Allen's Love and Death. DATE OF BIRTH December 1, 1899 PLACE OF BIRTH Kamenets-Podolsky (Kamianets-Podilskyi), Russian Empire, now Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraine DATE OF DEATH March 25, 1985 He was born
by the expansion of a new style of the Renaissance period. The most powerful centers of jewellery making at the time were Lviv, Kiev, and Kamianets-Podilskyi. Lviv was the leading center for a substantial period of time. The main feature of Renaissance jewellery in Ukraine was technical sophistication using ancient decorative elements. Some of the most famous Ukrainian jewelers whom we know of today were Nykolay, Lavrentiy, Symon, A. Kasiyanovych, and H. Ostafiyevych. They worked hand
. Examples include the Polish (Poles), Ukrainian (Ruthenians) and Armenian (Armenians) markets. Famous tourist attractions include the ancient castle, and the numerous architectural attractions in the city's center, including the cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, Holy Trinity Church (Holy Trinity Church, Kamianets-Podilskyi), the city hall building, and the numerous fortifications. Ballooning (Balloon (aircraft)) activities in the canyon of the Smotrych River have also brought tourists. Since the late 1990s, the city has grown into one of the chief tourist (tourism) centers of western Ukraine (Ukraine). Annual Cossack (Cossacks) Games (''Kozatski zabavy'') and festivals, which include the open ballooning (Hot air ballooning) championship of Ukraine, car racing and various music, art and drama activities, attract an estimated 140,000 tourists and stimulate the local economy. More than a dozen privately owned hotels have recently opened, a large number for a provincial Ukrainian city. Famous people * Nikolai Chebotaryov was a noted Russian and Soviet mathematician. He is best known for the Chebotaryov density theorem. * David Günzburg was born here. * Stanisław Koniecpolski fought here. * Mark Kopytman – composer, born here * Ukrainian composer (List of Ukrainian composers) Mykola Leontovych studied and graduated from the city's Theological Seminary * Iryna Merleni female wrestler. * Aleksander Michałowski was born here. * Szymon Okolski lived here. * Ferdynand Antoni Ossendowski lived here. * Krzysztof Radziwiłłowski was a town official in 1768. *José Antonio Saravia, Spanish born Russian General, (1785 – Military Napoleonic actions from 1808 to 1812 in Europe – At the Service of the Tsars 1812 – Russian General 1843 under Tsar Nikolai I- General Inspector of the Russian Military (Armed Forces of the Russian Federation) Academies – 1871), married and lived here. * Zvee Scooler, who is best known as the Rabbi in Fiddler on the Roof, was born here. * Mendele Mocher Sforim lived here. * Mihail Starenki was born here. * Leonid Stein was born here. He was а Soviet Grandmaster chess player. * Anton Vasyutinsky painter born here. * Mikhail Veller Russian writer was born here in 1948. * Jan de Witte, famous Polish architect and also commander of the local fortress. * Michał Wołodyjowski the historical prototype for one of Henryk Sienkiewicz's most loved characters was killed here. * Arthur Tracy, famous American singer, was born here in 1899. * Maurice Zbriger was born here. International relations wikipedia:Kamianets-Podilskyi wikipedia:Kamianets-Podilskyi Castle wikipedia:Holy Trinity Church, Kamianets-Podilskyi Commons:Category:Kamyanets Podilsky
of the Smotrych River have also brought tourists. Since the late 1990s, the city has grown into one of the chief tourist (tourism) centers of western Ukraine (Ukraine). Annual Cossack (Cossacks) Games (''Kozatski zabavy'') and festivals, which include the open ballooning (Hot air ballooning) championship of Ukraine, car racing and various music, art and drama activities, attract an estimated 140,000 tourists and stimulate the local economy. More than a dozen privately owned
authority and freedom from interference. A fierce conservative disciplinarian, he successfully reasserted the central authority and the empire's military impetus. This continued under his son and successor Köprülü Fazıl Ahmed (Grand Vizier 1661–1676). Itzkowitz, Norman. ''Ottoman Empire and Islamic Tradition''. University of Chicago Press, ISBN 0-226-38806-9, pp. 77–81. The Köprülü Vizierate saw renewed military success with authority restored in Transylvania
'''Kamyanets-Podilsky''' ( , Polish (Polish language): ''Kamieniec Podolski'', Romanian (Romanian language) ''Camenița'', Russian (Russian language): ''Каменец-Подольский'', translit. (Romanization of Russian) ''Kamenets-Podolskiy'') (see Nomenclature (#Nomenclature) section below for more names) is a city on the Smotrych River in western Ukraine, to the north-east of Chernivtsi.
Formerly the administrative center of the Khmelnytskyi Oblast, the city is now the administrative center of the Kamianets-Podilskyi Raion (district (Raion)) within the Khmelnytsky Oblast (province (Oblast)), after the administrative center of the oblast was moved from the city of Kamyanets-Podilsky to the city of Khmelnytskyi (Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine) in 1941. The city itself is also designated as a separate district within the region.
The current estimated population is around 103,036 (2011).