An interview with a native and permanent resident of the village Barysh, now Buchach district of Ternopil oblast. The interviewee’s daughter was present and constantly joined the conversation.
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An interview with a woman born in the village Ushnya Olesko, now Zolochiv district. The woman was born to a Ukrainian-Polish family; she told about the pre-war village community, numerous Polish and several Jewish families in particular. She recalls the eviction of fellow villagers, forced collectivization, post-war repressions of the Soviet government.
An interview with a native resident of the village Vyshnivchuk, now Terebovlya district. The narrator tells in detail about the missing Jewish section of the city and focuses on the aggravation of the Ukrainian-Polish opposition during the war and the demographic changes after it.
An interview with a native resident of the village Tataryntsi, now Lanivtsi district of Ternopil oblast. The interview provides much information about education at the medical and obstetric school in Kremenets, adaptation of the girl in the new place, post-war arrangements, and work at a hospital.
An interview with a native and permanent resident of the town Tovste coming from an Ukrainian-Polish family. The focus of the interview is shifted towards the post-war life of the narrator at the end of the 1940ies and 1950ies.
An interview with a native resident of the village Lytyachi (Letyache), now Zalishchyky district, starts with the history of the interviewee’s father, who took part in the First World War. The man recalls in detail the Soviet government from 1939 till 1941, the German occupation, a ghetto, shootings of the Jews in Buchach, and the return of the Soviet administration in 1944.