CHARMS OF "RUSSKII MIR" IN A GALICIAN VILLAGE
Moscow has long tried to seize Galicia. At the beginning of the First World War it succeeded. From the beginning of September 1914 until the middle of June 1915, Russia reigned here. And Chernyliava as a usual Galician village suffered from „the charms of the Russian mir”: the persecution of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, arrest, deportation and the expulsion of its head Metropolitan Andrej Szeptytskyi into the monastery prison for church criminals in Suzdal, damages made by Russian troops for the local church, its buildings and the fields of the church.
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