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  1. Belarus

  2. Grodno Gubernia

  3. Amdur (1973) {y11}
  4. Antopal (1972) {y15}
  5. Antopal (1967) {y16}
  6. Bereza Kartuska (1993) {y45}
  7. Bereza Kartuska (1974) {y47}
  8. Bereza Kartuska (1958) {y46}
  9. Bielsk Podlaski (1975) {y75}
  10. Bransk (2001) {y85}
  11. Brzesc nad Bugiem (1958) {y90}
  12. Brzesc nad Bugiem (1954) {y89}
  13. Byten (1954) {y101}
  14. Ciechanowiec (1964) {y116}
  15. Dereczyn (1972) {y137}
  16. Drohiczyn Poleski (1958) {y146}
  17. Dziatlava (1957) {y159}
  18. Goniadz (1960) {y174}
  19. Grodek (1963) {y182}
  20. Grodno (1973) {y183}
  21. Horodec (1949) {y189}
  22. Indura (1973) {y201}
  23. Janow Poleski (1969) {y205}
  24. Kamieniec Litewski (1970) {y223}
  25. Kobryn (1951) {y236}
  26. Kobryn (1951) {y235}
  27. Krynki (1970) {y262}
  28. Molczadz (1973) {y331}
  29. Minsk Gubernia

  30. Babruisk (1967) {y20}
  31. Baranavichy (1964) {y30}
  32. Baranavichy (1953) {y29}
  33. Bobruisk (1967) {y81}
  34. Dawidgrodek (1981) {y131}
  35. Dawidgrodek (1957) {y130}
  36. Dokszyce (1970) {y143}
  37. Ivenets (1973) {y202}
  38. Kleck (1959) {y232}
  39. Korelicze (1973) {y250}
  40. Lachwa (1957) {y270}
  41. Lakhovits (1948) {y271}
  42. Lenin (1957) {y278}
  43. Lubcza (1971) {y300}
  44. Luniniec (1952) {y307}
  45. Minsk (1975) {y326}
  46. Mir (1962) {y327}
  47. Vilna Gubernia

    same as under Lithuania, below
  48. Vitebsk Gubernia

    same as under Latvia, below
  49. Bulgaria

  50. Bulgaria (1967) {y97}
  51. Croatia

  52. Cakovec (1977) {y102}
  53. Hungary

  54. Balmazujvaros (1970) {y26}
  55. Csenger (1966) {y119}
  56. Debrecen (1970) {y135}
  57. Derecske (1984) {y136}
  58. Eger (1975) {y163}
  59. Kisvarda (1980) {y231}
  60. Mad (1974) {y309}
  61. Carpathian Ruthenia

  62. Beregszasz (1989) {y43}
  63. Carpatho-Ruthenia (1991) {y105}
  64. Carpatho-Ruthenia (1968) {y103}
  65. Carpatho-Ruthenia (1959) {y104}
  66. Kosyno (1988) {y255}
  67. Abauj-Torna County

    see Kosice under Slovakia, below
  68. Transylvania

    same as under Romania, below
  69. Latvia + Estonia

  70. Latvia (1972) {y276}
  71. Latvia (1971) {y275}
  72. Latvia (1953) {y277}
  73. Vitebsk Gubernia

  74. Daugavpils (1974) {y129}
  75. Lithuania

  76. Lithuania (1990) {y287}
  77. Lithuania (1974) {y286}
  78. Lithuania (1960) {y288}
  79. Lithuania (1951) {y290}
  80. Kovno Gubernia

  81. Braslaw (1986) {y86}
  82. Dusetos (1989) {y155}
  83. Gargzdai (1980) {y170}
  84. Jonava (1972) {y212}
  85. Jurbarkas (1991) {y214}
  86. Kedainiai (1977) {y227}
  87. Suwalki Gubernia

  88. Augustow (1966) {y19}
  89. Marijampole (1986) {y312}
  90. Suwalki (1961) {y23}
  91. Vilna Gubernia

  92. Ashmiany (1969) {y18}
  93. Bielica (1968) {y70}
  94. Dolhinow (1985) {y144}
  95. Druja (1973) {y148}
  96. Dukszty (1965) {y151}
  97. Dziewieniszki (1977) {y160}
  98. Dzisna (1969) {y162}
  99. Ejszyszki (1960) {y164}
  100. Glebokie (1956) {y172}
  101. Holszany (1965) {y188}
  102. Ilja (1962) {y200}
  103. Iwie (1968) {y203}
  104. Kobylnik (1967) {y237}
  105. Krzywicze (1976) {y265}
  106. Lida (1970) {y281}
  107. Lipniszki (1968) {y284}
  108. Merkine (1988) {y316}
  109. Macedonia

  110. Monastir (1972) {y332}
  111. Moldova/Bessarabia

  112. Akkerman (1983) {y8}
  113. Balti (1993) {y27}
  114. Bender (1975) {y42}
  115. Bessarabia (1973) {y54}
  116. Bessarabia (1971) {y52}
  117. Bessarabia (1959) {y55}
  118. Bessarabia (1952) {y53}
  119. Brichany (1963) {y87}
  120. Brichevo (1970) {y88}
  121. Dumbraveny (1974) {y153}
  122. Dumbraveny (1973) {y152}
  123. Kalarash (1966) {y215}
  124. Kapreshty (1980) {y224}
  125. Khotin (1974) {y229}
  126. Lipkany (1963) {y283}
  127. Lipkany (1957) {y282}
  128. Markuleshty (1977) {y313}
  129. Kherson Gubernia

    same as under Ukraine, below
  130. Poland

  131. Aleksandrow (1968) {y10}
  132. Amshinov (1961) {y12}
  133. Andrychow (1967) {y13}
  134. Annopol (1978) {y14}
  135. Apt (1966) {y17}
  136. Bardo (1974) {y34}
  137. Bedzin (1959) {y38}
  138. Belchatow (1951) {y39}
  139. Biala Rawska (1972) {y59}
  140. Bialobrzegi (1991) {y66}
  141. Biezun (1956) {y77}
  142. Brzeziny (1961) {y92}
  143. Bychawa (1969) {y100}
  144. Chelm (1981) {y107}
  145. Chelm (1954) {y106}
  146. Chmielnik (1960) {y108}
  147. Chorzele (1967) {y111}
  148. Ciechanow (1962) {y115}
  149. Czestochowa (1967) {y124}
  150. Czestochowa (1966) {y122}
  151. Czestochowa (1958) {y120}
  152. Czestochowa (1949) {y121}
  153. Czestochowa (1947) {y123}
  154. Czyzewo (1961) {y126}
  155. Dabrowa Gornicza (1971) {y127}
  156. Deblin (1969) {y134}
  157. Deblin (1969) {y133}
  158. Dzialoszyce (1973) {y158}
  159. Falenica (1967) {y165}
  160. Gabin (1969) {y5}
  161. Glinojeck (1976) {y173}
  162. Gora Kalwaria (1975) {y175}
  163. Gostynin (1960) {y178}
  164. Goworowo (1966) {y179}
  165. Grabowiec (1975) {y180}
  166. Grajewo (1950) {y181}
  167. Grojec (1955) {y184}
  168. Horodlo (1966) {y192}
  169. Horodlo (1960) {y191}
  170. Hrubieszow (1962) {y195}
  171. Jadow (1966) {y204}
  172. Jedrzejow (1965) {y208}
  173. Jedwabne (1980) {y209}
  174. Jozefow (1974) {y213}
  175. Kalisz (1968) {y217}
  176. Kalisz (1961) {y216}
  177. Kaluszyn (1977) {y219}
  178. Kaluszyn (1961) {y220}
  179. Kazimierz (1970) {y226}
  180. Kielce (1981) {y230}
  181. Klobucko (1960) {y233}
  182. Kock (1964) {y238}
  183. Kolno (1971) {y240}
  184. Kolo (1958) {y241}
  185. Konin (1968) {y247}
  186. Koprzywnica (1971) {y248}
  187. Kozieniec (1969) {y257}
  188. Krasnik (1973) {y260}
  189. Krasnobrod (1956) {y261}
  190. Kurow (1955) {y266}
  191. Kurzeniec (1956) {y267}
  192. Kutno (1968) {y1}
  193. Lask (1968) {y274}
  194. Lask (1967) {y273}
  195. Lipno (1988) {y285}
  196. Lomza (1957) {y296}
  197. Lomza (1952) {y295}
  198. Lomza (1946) {y294}
  199. Lowicz (1966) {y298}
  200. Lubartow (1947) {y299}
  201. Makow-Mazowiecki (1969) {y310}
  202. Markuszow (1955) {y314}
  203. Michow (1987) {y317}
  204. Miechow (1971) {y318}
  205. Minsk-Mazowiecki (1977) {y325}
  206. Mlawa (1950) {y329}
  207. Otwock (1968) {y64}
  208. Staszow (1962) {y61}
  209. Bialystok

  210. Bialystok (1982) {y67}
  211. Bialystok (1951) {y68}
  212. Bialystok (1949) {y65}
  213. Lodz

  214. Lodz (1974) {y292}
  215. Lodz (1943) {y291}
  216. Lublin

  217. Lublin (1957) {y301}
  218. Lublin (1952) {y302}
  219. Galicia

  220. Baligrod (1999) {y24}
  221. Baranow (1964) {y32}
  222. Belz (1974) {y41}
  223. Berezhany (1978) {y48}
  224. Biecz (1959) {y69}
  225. Bielsko-Biala (1973) {y76}
  226. Bobrka (1964) {y80}
  227. Bolechow (1957) {y82}
  228. Borszczow (1960) {y84}
  229. Brzezany (1978) {y91}
  230. Brzozow (1984) {y94}
  231. Buchach (1955) {y95}
  232. Budzanow (1968) {y96}
  233. Bursztyn (1960) {y98}
  234. Busk (1965) {y99}
  235. Chorostkow (1968) {y110}
  236. Chrzanow (1992) {y112}
  237. Chrzanow (1989) {y114}
  238. Chrzanow (1949) {y113}
  239. Cieszanow (1969) {y117}
  240. Czortkow (1967) {y125}
  241. Debica (1960) {y132}
  242. Dobromil (1964) {y140}
  243. Drohobycz (1959) {y147}
  244. Dynow (1979) {y157}
  245. Dynow (1950) {y156}
  246. Galicia (1968) {y169}
  247. Galicia (1964) {y167}
  248. Galicia (1945) {y168}
  249. Gliniany (1950) {y71}
  250. Gliniany (1950) {y72}
  251. Gorlice (1962) {y176}
  252. Horodenka (1963) {y190}
  253. Husiatyn (1977) {y199}
  254. Husiatyn (1968) {y198}
  255. Husiatyn (1965) {y197}
  256. Iavoriv (1979) {y63}
  257. Iavoriv (1950) {y62}
  258. Jaroslaw (1978) {y206}
  259. Jaryczow Nowy (1948) {y207}
  260. Jezierna (1971) {y210}
  261. Jezierzany (1959) {y211}
  262. Kalusz (1980) {y218}
  263. Kolbuszowa (1971) {y239}
  264. Kolomyia (1972) {y242}
  265. Kolomyia (1957) {y243}
  266. Komarno (1965) {y246}
  267. Korczyna (1967) {y249}
  268. Kosow (1964) {y253}
  269. Krakow (1967) {y258}
  270. Krakow (1959) {y259}
  271. Kuty (1993) {y269}
  272. Kuty (1958) {y268}
  273. Lancut (1963) {y2}
  274. Lesko (1964) {y279}
  275. Lezajsk (1969) {y280}
  276. Mielec (1979) {y322}
  277. Mielnica (1994) {y323}
  278. Mikulince (1985) {y324}
  279. Mosty-Wielkie (1975) {y333}
  280. Radikhov (1976) {y35}
  281. Rawa Ruska (1973) {y73}
  282. Rohatyn (1962) {y3}
  283. Rzeszow (1967) {y74}
  284. Sambir (1980) {y6}
  285. Skala-Podilska (2009) {y109}
  286. Skala-Podilska (1978) {y93}
  287. Skalat (1971) {y60}
  288. Lwow

  289. Lwow (1956) {y308}
  290. Przemysl

  291. Przemysl (1964) {y4}
  292. Pomerania

  293. Golub-Dobrzyn (1972) {y141}
  294. Golub-Dobrzyn (1969) {y142}
  295. Siedlce Gubernia

  296. Biala Podlaska (1961) {y57}
  297. Biala Podlaska (1953) {y58}
  298. Garwolin (1972) {y171}
  299. Lomazy (1994) {y293}
  300. Losice (1963) {y297}
  301. Lukow (1968) {y306}
  302. Silesia

  303. Katowice (1996) {y225}
  304. Grodno Gubernia

    same as under Belarus, above
  305. Suwalki Gubernia

    same as under Lithuania, above
  306. Romania

  307. Bacau (1990) {y21}
  308. Bivolari (1981) {y79}
  309. Dorohoi (1992) {y128}
  310. Gura Humora (1992) {y185}
  311. Harlau (1982) {y187}
  312. Margita (1979) {y311}
  313. Transylvania

  314. Baia Mare (1996) {y22}
  315. Bistrita (1990) {y78}
  316. Borsa (1985) {y83}
  317. Des (1970) {y37}
  318. Halmi (1968) {y186}
  319. Huedin (1990) {y196}
  320. Kolozsvar (1970) {y245}
  321. Kolozsvar (1968) {y244}
  322. Slovakia

  323. Bardejov (1988) {y33}
  324. Dunaszerdahely (1975) {y154}
  325. Kezmarok (1992) {y228}
  326. Postyen (1969) {y50}
  327. Kosice

  328. Abauj-Torna (1972) {y7}
  329. Kosice (1991) {y252}
  330. Ukraine

  331. Kherson Gubernia

  332. Dubossary (1965) {y150}
  333. Podolia Gubernia

  334. Bershad (1956) {y51}
  335. Felshtin (1937) {y166}
  336. Kamenets-Podolskiy (1966) {y221}
  337. Kamenets-Podolskiy (1965) {y25}
  338. Taurida Gubernia

  339. Crimea (1981) {y118}
  340. Volhynia Gubernia

  341. Aleksandria (1972) {y9}
  342. Baranivka (1961) {y31}
  343. Berestechko (1960) {y44}
  344. Berezne (1954) {y49}
  345. Dombrovitza (1964) {y145}
  346. Dubno (1966) {y149}
  347. Gorokhov (1966) {y177}
  348. Hoszcza (1957) {y194}
  349. Hoszcza (1957) {y193}
  350. Kamien Koszyrski (1965) {y222}
  351. Klosova (1978) {y234}
  352. Korzec (1959) {y251}
  353. Kostopol (1967) {y254}
  354. Kowel (1956) {y256}
  355. Krzemieniec (1965) {y264}
  356. Krzemieniec (1954) {y263}
  357. Lanowce (1970) {y272}
  358. Luboml (1974) {y303}
  359. Luck (1961) {y304}
  360. Ludwipol (1965) {y305}
  361. Marvits (1970) {y315}
  362. Miedzyrzec (1978) {y321}
  363. Miedzyrzec (1957) {y320}
  364. Miedzyrzec (1952) {y319}
  365. Mizocz (1960) {y328}
  366. Mlynow (1970) {y330}
  367. Novograd-Volynskiy (1962) {y161}
  368. Bessarabia

    same as under Moldova, above
  369. Galicia

    same as under Poland, above