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    Before the Second World War, Śniatyń was a multi-ethnic town in eastern Poland. Ukrainians, Jews, Poles and Armenians lived there side by side. … Read More
    Before the Second World War, Śniatyń was a multi-ethnic town in eastern Poland. Ukrainians, Jews, Poles and Armenians lived there side by side. During the war, the Jewish community was almost completely exterminated. After 1945, the town became a part of the Soviet Union. Most of the Poles were repatriated. Today only a very few witnesses of the past are still alive. Read Less
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