[loo-blin; Polish loo-bleen]
- a city in E Poland.
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In the meantime Russia had been gathering an army on the line from Lublin to Kholm.
He decided to attempt to pierce the line between Lublin and Kholm.
By that time, Russia claimed to have sent 10,000 prisoners back to Lublin.
Kociuszko was sent southwards, to Lublin, where he remained for the summer months.Kosciuszko
Monica Mary Gardner
It was broken on the 29th, and on the 30th the Germans were in Lublin and Cholm.A Short History of the Great War
A. F. Pollard
- an industrial city in E Poland: provisional seat of the government in 1918 and 1944. Pop: 397 000 (2005 est)Russian name: Lyublin
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