[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Prison in Ukraine?

Irene König kopetzke at gmx.net
Fri Mar 28 13:10:53 PDT 2014


Rudnik is Russian and means *mine*. There is no translation (I know of) 
for Shilovsky, could be a village name. There seems to have been a 
Shilovka (Rudnik) in (former Uyesd?) Slovianoserbsk, Government of 
Yekaterinoslav. If I got it right, the village was near Alchevsk (now 
Luhansk Oblast).

Would you please provide the URL where you found mentioned your Great 
Grandfather Jaroszyk Wasyl? From the entry you provided I would say, he 
had been fighting in World War I as a member of the Austro-Hungarian 
Army and is reported to be "prisoner of war".


Jim Stange schrieb am 28.03.2014 14:04 Uhr:
> Hello Members - I recently found out that a Great Grandfather was
> imprisoned in a camp "Schillowski-Rudnik " for about four years from about
> 1914-1919.  He was from Przemysl area.  Has anyone heard of this camp or
> know where it might be?  My Google searches have come up empty.  Also, any
> insight as to what he may have been imprisoned for (what side)?
> This is the text from the web site:
> Johann, Jag., TJR. Nr. 1,14. Komp., Böhmen, Chotěboř, Dobra, 1876; verw.
> Jarosze«ski Gabriel, Lstlnfst., IR. Nr. 30,10. Komp., Galizien, Lemberg,
> 1886; verw. Jaroszyk Wasyl, LstGeft.,k.k.LstIR. Nr. 18, Galizien, Przemyśl,
> Sielec, 1880; kriegsgef., Schillowsky-Rudnik, Gouvernement Jekaterinoslaw

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