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Mohyliv-Podilʹsʹkyĭ (Ukraine)


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    • Mogilev Podolʹskiy (Ukraine)
    • Mohyliv-Podil's'kyy (Ukraine)
    • Mogilev-Podolʹskiĭ (Ukraine)
    • Mohyliv-Podil's'kyj (Ukraine)
    • Mohyliv-na-Dnistri (Ukraine)
    • Mohyliv (Ukraine)
    • Mohylów (Ukraine)
    • Mogilev (Ukraine)
    • Mohyliv-Dnistrovskyi (Ukraine)
    • Mogilev na Dni︠e︡stri︠e︡ (Ukraine)
    • Mogilev na Dnestre (Ukraine)
    • Могилів-Подільський (Ukraine)
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      • found: Znakhidky bili︠a︡ Mohyleva Podilʹsʹkoho, 19--
      • found: LC PreMARC file(unk record: Mogilev Podolʹskiy)
      • found: GEOnet WWW, 01-02-97(hdg.: Mohyliv-Podil's'kyy, ppl.: 48°27ʹ00ʺN, 27°48ʹ00ʺE; variant form: Mogilev-Podolʹskiy)
      • found: Ukraïna, ohli︠a︡dova mapa, 1994:p. 24 (Mohyliv-Podilʹsʹkyĭ was named Mohyliv until 1923) p. 38 (Mohyliv-Podilʹsʹkyĭ)
      • found: Ukraïna [MAP], 1992(Mohyliv-Podilʹsʹkyĭ, a city in Vinnyt︠s︡ʹka oblastʹ)
      • found: SSSR, admin.-territ. delenie, 1983:p. 262 (Mogilev-Podolʹskiĭ; established in 1795 or 1796)
      • found: Rad. ent︠s︡ykl. istoriï Ukraïny, 1971:v. 3, p. 156-157 (Mohyliv-Podilʹsʹkyĭ, a city and center of Mohyliv-Podilʹsʹkyĭ raĭon in Vinn. obl. URSR. Established at the end of the 16th cent. as Mohyliv on territory seized by Poland. In 1648 B. Khmelʹnyt︠s︡ʹkyĭ liberated Mohyliv and it became part of the Mohylivsʹkyĭ polk. In 1649 it was transfered into the Brat︠s︡lavsʹkyĭ polk. In 1667 Mohyliv was ceded to Poland. From 1672 to 1699 Mohyliv was under Turkish control, and in 1699 it was again returned to Poland. After the reunification of Right-Bank Ukraine with Russia in 1793 the town became part of the Brat︠s︡lavsʹke namisnyt︠s︡tvo, and from 1795 it was part of the Podilʹsʹka hubernii︠a︡. During 1917-1920 the town was fought over by Austro-Hungarian, White, Red Army, and Polish forces. On July 6, 1920 the Red Army liberated Mohyliv from Poland, and during that year renamed the city Mohyliv-Podilʹsʹkyĭ . Since 1932 it has been in the Vinn. oblastʹ)
      • found: Encyc. of Ukraine:v. 3, p. 435 (Mohyliv-Podilskyi [Mohyliv-Podil's'kyj]. A city and raion center in Vinnytsia oblast. In 1595 S. Potocki founded a town at the site of Ivankivtsi village and named it after his father-in-law, B. Mohyla (Movilă), a prince of Moldavia. During the 17th to 19th cents. the town was known under various names, such as Mohyliv, Mohyliv-na-Dnistri, and Mohyliv-Dnistrovskyi. In 1648 the town became a regiment center in B. Khmelnytsky's Cossack state. Mohyliv-Podilskyi was destroyed during the Cossack-Polish Wars of 1649 and 1654. From 1672 to 1699 it was captured by the Turks. In 1795 Mohyliv came under Russian rule and became a county center in Podilia gubernia. In 1923 the city was officially named Mohyliv-Podilskyi)
      • found: Encykl. powszechna:v. 10, p. 252 (Mohylów, a powiat town in Podolska gubernja)
      • found: Russian Brockhaus:v. 19, p. 575 (Mogilev na Dni︠e︡stri︠e︡ (Podolʹskīĭ), an uyezd city in Podolʹskai︠a︡ gubernīi︠a︡. It is named Mogilev na Dni︠e︡stri︠e︡ to distinguish it from Mogilev na Dni︠e︡pri︠e︡ or Mogilev gubernskīĭ)
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