Pripet


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Pripet:

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, Pol. Prypeć, river, c.440 mi (710 km) long, rising NW of Kovel, NW Ukraine, near the Polish border, and flowing generally E through the Pripyat Marshes, S Belarus, into the Dnieper River in NE Ukraine.
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Pripet

a river in E Europe, rising in NW Ukraine and flowing northeast into Belarus across the Pripet Marshes (the largest swamp in Europe), then east into the Dnieper River. Length: about 800 km (500 miles)
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The wild larder of the Pripet Marshlands' flora and fauna undoubtedly supplied welcome sustenance for the human groups that it served as a sanctuary and centre of resistance during Soviet and Nazi occupations.
On the rise of German geopolitical thinking and reclamation schemes for the Pripet Marshes in the 1930s: David Blackbourn, The Conquest of Nature: Water, Landscape, and the Making of Modern Germany (New York: W.
48 The Pripet Marshes cover tens of thousands of square miles on the border of which two European countries?
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The approach also helps suggest links across time and place--between bog peoples of Europe or of New Guinea, the Olmecs practising agriculture in swampy Mesoamerica and those enjoined by Mussolini to drain the Pripet Marshes.
Then followed the piston blows of history: just as the Slavs coming from the Pripet Marshes had hurled themselves into the Balkans so came the Turks into Serbia and Bosnia.
A few regions with natural conditions favourable to the production of large bifacial artefacts are in eastern, central and northern Europe: the Upper Volga, Middle Dnieper, south Scandinavia, Volhynia, south Poland, and the upper reaches of the Nemunas and Pripet rivers (Fig.
The Soviet authorities found telling documents in the headquarters of the First SS Cavalry Brigade, including a report about a "Pripet Action" conducted between 27 July and 11 August 1941.