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Radyvyliv (Ukraine)

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Geographic headingRadyvyliv (Ukraine)
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Geographic subdivision usageUkraine--Radyvyliv
Variant(s)Radzivilov (Ukraine)
Radzivilluv (Ukraine)
Radziwiłłów (Ukraine)
Radevil (Ukraine)
Radzhivilov (Ukraine)
Radzyvyliv (Ukraine)
Radvil (Ukraine)
Rodvil (Ukraine)
Radziwiłłów (Volhynia)
Found inRadzivilov, 1966.
Atlas avtomobilʹnykh shli︠a︡khiv Ukraïny, 1997, p. 23: (Radyvyliv, northeast of Brody)
Global gazetteer, 02-23-01: (Radzivilov, Radzivilluv, 50°07ʹN, 25°15ʹE; also lists town of Chervonomarmeysk at same coordinates)
Shtetlseeker, 02-23-01: (Radzivilov, Radzivilluv, Radziwillow, 50°07ʹN, 25°15ʹE, 233.2 miles W of Kiev; also lists town of Chervonoarmeysk at same coordinates as Radzivilov)
Ukraïna, masshtab 1:500 000 [MAP], 1993: (Radyvyliv)
LC PreMARC file: (hdg.: Radziwiłłów (Volhynia))
1823 general gaz. of Austrian Poland: (Radzivilov, a small town of European Russia, in the government of Volhynia, 7 mikes N. W. of Brody, in Galicia)
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 50°08ʹ00ʺN 025°15ʹ00ʺE)
Not found inGEOnet, 02-23-01: (Chervonoarmeysk, ppl.; 50° 08ʹ 00ʺ N., 25° 15ʹ 00ʺ E.; earlier name: Radzivilov); Israel Geneological Society. Yizkor books, 02-23-01: (Chervonoarmeisk, Radevil, Radivil, Radvil, Radzivilov, Radzhivilov, Radzivilov, Radziwiłłów, Rodvil, Chervonoarmeysk); Ukraïna [MAP], 1992: (Chervonoarmiĭsʹk, in Rivnensʹka oblastʹ); Rovensʹka oblastʹ, 1973: p. 586 (Chervonoarmiĭsʹk, a city in Chervonoarmiĭsʹkyĭ raĭon (until Dec. 1940 called Radzyvyliv); Encyc. of Ukraine: v. 1, p. 443 (Chervonoarmiiske, a city in western Volhynia, raion center in Rivne oblast; established in the late 16th century, it was called Radziviliv until 1939); Ukr. rad. ent︠s︡ykl.: v. 12, p. 263 (Chervonoarmiĭsʹk (until 1939 called Radzyvyliv), a city in Rovensʹka oblastʹ. First mentioned in historical sources of 1564 under the name of Radzyvyliv as part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, but after 1560 it was annexed to Poland. After the third partition of Poland in 1795 as part of Western Volhynia it became part of Czarist Russia. In 1919 Radzyvyliv was seized by Poland but returned to Ukraine as part of the Western Ukrainian lands)
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