Shchadryn (Scadryn), Belarus
Last updated October 12, 2014
Belarus, Minsk and Schedrin Maps
Scadryn: Lat 52° 53' 29° 33'
As this (U.S.) Library of Congress chronology of Belarus illustrates, the town of Shchedrin has passed from one country to another as armies surged through the countryside. In 1918, it was part of Germany; by 1919, it had once again become part of Russia (Belorussian Soviet Socialist Republic [SSR]). Two years later, part of Belorussia belonged to Poland, the rest to Russia.
Map showing the location of Belarus (Belorussia).
Map of Minsk-Babrujsk area of Belarus. Scadryn is just above the red star.
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