Bereza

Some articles on bereza:

Bereza, Lublin Voivodeship
... Bereza is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Międzyrzec Podlaski, within Biała Podlaska County, Lublin Voivodeship, in eastern Poland ...
Battle Of Bereza Kartuska (1919)
1919 Target Vistula Bereza Kartuska Pińsk Lida Vilna Minsk 1st Berezina Daugavpils 1920 Latyczów Mozyr Korosteń Koziatyn 2nd Berezina Kiev Wołodarka Głębokie Miron ... soldiers and 5 officers attacked Soviet forces in the town of Biaroza (Polish Bereza), small city to the east of Brzesc ...
Bereza Kartuska Prison - History
... created on July 12, 1934, in a former Tsarist prison and barracks at Bereza Kartuska on the authority of a June 17, 1934, order issued by Polish President Ignacy Mościcki ... believe that they threaten the public security, peace or order." The Bereza Kartuska prison was organized by the director of the Political Department of the Ministry of ... Officially, Bereza Kartuska was not a part of Poland's penitentiary system, and the staff was composed of policemen instead of prison guards ...
Bereza Kartuska Prison
... The Bereza Kartuska detention camp (Polish Miejsce Odosobnienia w Berezie Kartuskiej, literally "Place of Isolation at Bereza Kartuska") was a prison-like institution in the Second Polish ...
Myron Bereza
... Myron Bereza (Ukrainian Мирон Береза) was a Canadian international soccer player who earned two caps for the national team in 1957 ... Bereza played club soccer for the Toronto Ukrainians and the Rochester Ukrainians ... Bereza was a Ukrainian immigrant to Canada ...