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Map of Volhynia Guberniya, 1899
From http://www.angelfire.com/or/yizkor/gubmaps.html, modified by Michael Steinore

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Map of Volhynia Guberniya, 1929
Shows district and subdistrict boundaries.

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Volhynia during World War II
Activities of Jewish resistance groups and partisan units in Volhynia from autumn 1942 through mid-1943. This map shows major rivers, roads and railroads. From The Holocaust of Volhynia Jews, 1941-1944, by Shmuel Spector, p. 224.

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Topographical Map of Ternopil and Khmelnitsky Oblasts, 1942
This military map (in Russian) shows key towns, including Lanovtsy, Yampol, Belozirka, Teofipol Voronovtsy, Tichomel, Olshanitsa, and many others. UC Berkeley Maps collection, M-35-077.

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Kremenets Street Layout
From Pinkas Kremenits: Sefer Zikaron.

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Kremenets Street Map, Interwar Years
From the Center for Jewish Art, Jerusalem

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Modern Kremenets Street Map (2006)
From the Tourist Brochure "Kremenets Tourism: Historical Town of Ukraine" (in Ukrainian)

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Relief Map of the Kremenets Hills, c.1883
Scale 1:250,000. Shows Kremenets, Berezhtsy, Pochayev, Vishnevets, and Novyy Oleksinets. From Elisee Reclus, The Earth and Its Inhabitants, Europe, Volume V. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1885.

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Street Map of Vishnevets, 1941-1942 (Word)
From the flyleaf of Sefer Vishnevits. Reconstructed and hand-drawn from memory by Moshe Segal, son of Hersh Matisis. It shows Vishnevets with Jewish and other landmarks during the early Nazi era, around 1941-1942.



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