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LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON KOPIJ FAMILY IN LWOW


Kristina1948 3 | 10
20 Apr 2011 #1
I would be most grateful for any assistance with the name of Emil Kopij I think came from Buska? in Lwow the spelling could be incorrect.

Thks.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
21 Apr 2011 #2
The Lwów area was a likely Kopij strognhold, as the largest Kopij concentations in today's Poland are in the recovered lands (Ziemie odzyskane), ceded to Poland at the Third Reich's expense by the Big Three Allies. That's were Poles from the Lwów area and elsewhere in what became the so-called Ukrainian, Belarussian and Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republics were resettled after Stalin annexed and never returned one-half of prewar Poland.
Nathan 18 | 1,363
21 Apr 2011 #3
I would be most grateful for any assistance with the name of Emil Kopij I think came from Buska? in Lviv the spelling could be incorrect.
Thks.

I knew Kopij who lived and, probably, still lives in L'viv.

what became the so-called Ukrainian, Belarussian and Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republics were resettled after Stalin annexed and never returned one-half of prewar Poland.

I also heard about Kopijs in the annexed Germany's and Czech's territories and never returned back by the SO-CALLED Polish republic.
Torq
21 Apr 2011 #4
Say what? Have you been drinking again, Nat? Poland was never a Soviet republic (well, not formally anyway.)
Nathan 18 | 1,363
21 Apr 2011 #5
Where did I say Soviet for Poland, Torq? ;) I just said republic. Was it a republic or no?
*takes a bottle of finished cheap wine from Torq so he doesn't get even more drunk*:)
OP Kristina1948 3 | 10
22 Apr 2011 #6
Can you tell me a little about this Kopij family, are they from Busk, I think that is correct not Buska. Thks.


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