A conversation with a native and permanent resident of the town Bibrka who was invited to share his memories in several other research projects already.
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An interview with a man born in the village Mali Lanky, which is near the town Birky. Considering the respondent’s age, he remembers the establishment of the Soviet government in 1939 and the repressions towards Polish colonists and local landowners very well.
A narrator was born in an interethnic family of Ukrainians, Poles, and Germans and has lived in the town Bibrka, now Peremyshlyany district. She recalls in detail the events of World War II.
An interview with a native and permanent resident of the town Bibrka, now Peremyshlyany district. The interviewee’s daughter was present during the interview and sometimes complemented what her mother was saying.
An interview with a native and permanent resident of the village Bezbrody in Busk district of Lviv oblast. The woman recalls in detail her childhood in times of World War II and post-war repressions of the Soviet government.
An interview with the resident of the village Barysh, now Buchach district of Ternopil oblast, contains a detailed history of the interviewee’s family and fellow villagers.