Nazi death camp
 
WORLDS APART Henry Pavlovich
Background to the novel "Worlds Apart"
 
 
Cover collage
The book cover is a collage of photos
 
 
Why a book and why a website
How it came about and the reasons for a website
 
 
InterWar Poland's borders
Between the wars, Poland's borders were further east than they are now
 
 
Historical context
The book tells of real people who experienced real events
 
 
Russian revolutionary movements and Jewish emigration after 1881
The link between revolutionary movements and Jewish emigration after the Tsar's assassination
 
 
Vilnius/Wilno/Vilna
The different rulers of "the Jerusalem of the North"
 
 
Ethnic Cleansing in Volhynia
Between the wars Poland occupied an eastern region called Volhynia
 
 
Waffen SS “Galizien” (Halychyna) Division and Other Pro-Nazi Forces
When the Nazis went to war, some communities sided with them (e.g. those Ukrainians who formed the Halychyna or SS Galizien Division) and afterwards thousands of them posed as refugees
 
 
The “Anders Army”
The army created by Stalin's former prisoners to fight the Nazis
 
 
Languages and Worlds Apart
An article for the journal of the Chartered Institute of Linguists
 
 
EurAsia
A map of Europe-Asia showing places featured in the book
 
 

InterWar Poland's borders

InterWar Poland

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