The town of Tarnopol and numerous villages east of the Sereth soon were in flames.
Late in the afternoon the Germans forced their way forward from Tarnopol to as far as the Sereth bridgehead.
This third Russian army had come up from the south-east, supplied by the main Odessa railway through Tarnopol.
His greatness was recognized, for he was elected district rabbi of Tarnopol, and shortly afterwards chief rabbi of Prague.
After three hours' fighting, they drove them out of Tarnopol.
Selecting at random from my record, I next find a duel at Tarnopol between military men.
Farther north the Russian front imitated the cowardice and treachery at Tarnopol.
And in the same way Tarnopol, though but a local success, decided Lemberg.
On the upper course of the Sereth, from Zalovce to Tarnopol, there was considerable rifle firing.
During the fight the railway line from Kozowa to Tarnopol was reached at several points.