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Documents about Vistula operation released for wide public

From now on, anyone can view the collection of documents concerning the forced deportation of Ukrainians from the-then western lands of the USSR to Poland in 1947
19:59, 27 April 2017

Operation Vistula, Convoyed Prisoners
pravda.com.ua

Ukraine’s Centre for Studies of Liberation Movements digitized and released on the Web documents about the 1947 Vistula operation. The Centre’s press service reported that on Thursday, April 27.

One can find such papers as reports on the-then clashes between Ukrainian Insurgent Army and Polish troops, interrogation protocols, letters of Ukrainian Insurgent Army fighters, the USSR-Poland agreement on exchanging territories and many other documents.  

The collection includes over 24,000 papers.

The developers who digitized the archive of documents and released them on the Internet, the project aims to ‘make the history accessible’.

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