An interview with the native resident of the village Perenivka, Rohatyn district. Considering the narrator's age and his excellent memory, the conversation has a vivid description of the pre-war, war and post-war life of the city Rohatyn and the neighbouring villages with numerous details and examples.
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An interview with a native resident of the village Halych of Berezhany (now Pidhaitsi) district in Ternopil oblast has a detailed description of the post-war life: repressions of the Soviet government, forced collectivization, teachers coming from the Eastern regions.
A woman was born in the village Stare Selo, Pidhaitsi district. The conversation is unstructured and contains a lot of details and personalities. The leitmotif is the Holocaust in Pidhaitsi.
An interview with a native resident of the village Osivtsi has a brief description of the Ukrainian, Polish and Jewish village communities, collectivization, one’s own work in the collective farm, the massacre of the Ukrainian underground hideout.
An interview with a native resident of the village Osivtsi, now Buchach district, whose parents died during World War II. The narrator shared her memories of the pre-war landowner of the village and the cohabitation of the Polish, Jewish and Ukrainian population of the village before the war. A separate conversation thread is devoted to the Holocaust.
An interview with a native resident of the village Osivtsi of Buchach district in Ternopil oblast. The narrator recalled the work on the farm, the establishment of the Soviet government, the fire of 1942, the fates of Jewish neighbours.