a story of Zbaraz
and New Valley, Manitoba (Kanata: BelCon Pub.
The course of the Second World War catches up with Littner once again in the summer of 1941, with Hitler's invasion of the Soviet Union, during which Zbaraz falls into German hands.
As far as the particular details are concerned, there is an obvious progression from the apparent harmlessness of his first arrest at the hands of the local police sergeant in Munich, via the hardship of his flight through central Europe, to the sheer horror of life in Zbaraz.
Boian, Halicz, Jaroslaw, Komarno, Senkiw, Terebowla, Ukraina, and Zbaraz
, or secular names such as Myrnam, Sirko, Seech, Zelena, Zhoda, and Zoria (Rudnyc'kyj 1970).
52, 73-75 (1976) (invalidating Missouri's one-parent consent requirement); Zbaraz
88-805) (arguing against parental notification of adolescent abortion decision, in part on ground that adolescents have similar decision-making competence); Brief for Amicus Curiae American Psychological Ass'n In Support of Appellees, Zbaraz