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Żagań

(zhä`gänyə), Ger. Sagan, town (1991 est. pop. 27,800), Lubuskie prov., W Poland, on the Bóbr River. It has lignite mines, textile mills, and glassmaking industries. Founded in the 12th cent., Żagań was the capital of a principality that passed to the Hapsburgs in the 16th cent. and to Prussia in 1745. The town was incorporated into Poland after World War II.
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A competition of offers in the form of nursing and care services in the field of care and treatment / nursing and care in the zagan poviat.
Nearly 1,200 4th Infantry Division Soldiers have relocated from Zagan, Poland to Grafenwoehr, in support of Combined Resolve VIII.
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Then it's onwards into Poland to Stalag Luft III camp at Zagan, where 80 Allied servicemen made the "Great Escape".
They took the exact route taken by PoWs from Zagan to Spremberg, Poland to Germany during 1945 accompanied by five RAF veterans.
He said the mining work of Chinarak, Karkar, Sabzak coal mines and Nuraba, Samti, Qara zagan gold mines had not begun so far.
USA A bouquet of flowers left for victims sits perched on the seat of an abandoned vehicle in the wreckage of homes destroyed a mudslide swept through a rural community in Washington state POLAND A group of 50 British air force officers are marching from the site of the Nazi Stalag Luft III prisoner camp near Zagan, Poland, to a British war cemetery in western Poland to mark 70 years since the 'Great Escape' of Allied airmen and to honour 50 of them who were caught and executed: only three made it home SOUTH WALES Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne during a visit to Castle Bingo in Cardiff to see how it has been affected by the budget, which halved tax on the profits of Bingo halls
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Earlier this month we told how they packed their tools to fly out to Stalag Luft III prisoner of war camp in Zagan to reconstruct the watchtower.
Johnnie Tait and David Dunn are packing their tools as they fly out to Stalag luft prisoner of war camp in Zagan to reconstruct the watchtower.
A stone memorial built by the PoWs and inscribed with the names of those men is one of the few things that remains at the site of the camp in Zagan, Poland.