[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Prison in Ukraine?
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
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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