Stolypin no doubt advocated special privileges for ethnic Russians in the empires peripheries, and many of the measures he either pursued or sanctioned (such as separating the Kholm
Province from the Kingdom of Poland and introducing separate national curiae for Duma elections in Warsaw and for the zemstvos of the western provinces) indicate these preferences.
Similarly, recent archeological discoveries near Uhrovsk and then Kholm
(founded by Danylo Romanovych) as well as the uncovering of Ukrainian icons, miniature illustrations and the Zvenyhorod birch-bark documents might have persuaded Hryshevsky to produce a somewhat different analysis of the west Ukraine in the century following the Mongols.
Poland, which, after the Treaty with Russia at Riga (in 1921), incorporated the Ukrainian provinces of Kholm
, Volen (Volhynia), Polissya and Pidlashshya, and now has within its borders about 7 millions of Ukrainians, went even so far as to repudiate obligations towards all her national minorities under the international treaties, declaring to the world, on the forum of the League of Nations, that the problem of national minorities within Poland was her internal problem (Swystun 1939, 11-12).
From Akina the rail line will move to Mazar-e-Sharif and onward to Kholm
The North East has been well represented at this week's 'Digital Minds: The Nordic Light' conference in Gvle, two hours north of Stoc kholm
The occupations he discusses are the Austrian rule of 1914; Russian occupation between 1914-1915; German-Austrian reoccupation of Galicia, Bukovyna, and the Russian provinces of Volynia and Kholm
in 1915-1916; Russian reoccupation of 1916-1918; and German-Austrian occupation of most of the Russian Ukraine in 1918.
For example, in 1331, the metropolitan, then staying in Vladimir-in-Volynia, consecrated Archbishop Vasilii, in the presence of bishops of Polotsk, Vladimir, Galich, Peremyshl, and Kholm
. (41) In 1359, Archbishop Aleksei was consecrated deacon and priest in Tver' before being consecrated archbishop.
Principal airfields included Baghlan, Bagram, Faizabad, Gardez, Ghazni, Herat, Jalalabad, Kabul, Kandahar, Kholm
, Kunduz, Mazar-e-Sharif, Sherpur and Shindand.
AIP quoted sources in the Taliban government in Kabul as saying that after capturing the Kholm
district of Samangan Province, their troops were now planning a two-pronged attack on Mazar-e-Sharif and that the front has moved 40 km northeast of the opposition stronghold.