Dukla bezeichnet: ein jüdisches Ritualbad, siehe Mikwe · Dukla (Polen), eine Kleinstadt in Polen; den Duklapass, einen Karpatenpass, während des Zweiten. Überblick der Leistungen aller Klubs in der UEFA Champions League und dem Europapokal, inklusive Statistiken, Video und Infos zu den Top-Spielern. Dukla ist eine Kleinstadt im Powiat Krośnieński in der Woiwodschaft Karpatenvorland in Polen. Sie ist Sitz der gleichnamigen Stadt-und-Land-Gemeinde mit.
FK Dukla Praha (Juliska)Dukla bezeichnet: ein jüdisches Ritualbad, siehe Mikwe · Dukla (Polen), eine Kleinstadt in Polen; den Duklapass, einen Karpatenpass, während des Zweiten. Überblick der Leistungen aller Klubs in der UEFA Champions League und dem Europapokal, inklusive Statistiken, Video und Infos zu den Top-Spielern. FK Dukla Praha, Prag. Gefällt Mal. Vítejte na oficiální stránce FK Dukla Praha, jednoho z nejslavnějších a nejúspěšnějších klubů české fotbalové.
Dukla Navigačné menu VideoDukla @ Radio Wave Live Session v Olomouci Founded Address Na Julisce 28, Dejvice 00 Praha Country Czech Republic Phone + Fax + E-mail [email protected] A Shtetl Called Dukla. Welcome to Dukla and Jewish Genealogy! Dukla is located in the southern part of Poland, at latitude 49° 34´, longitude 21° 41´. Although the town began in Poland, it was part of of Galicia (an Imperial Province of the Austrian Empire) from to Gmina Dukla ul. Trakt Węgierski 11, Dukla NIP: , Regon: Urząd Miejski w Dukli ul. Trakt Węgierski 11, Dukla NIP: , Regon: Nr rachunku: 09 Nr rachunku do wpłat za odpady komunalne (śmieci): 57 Adres e-mail: [email protected]
For the handball club, see HC Dukla Prague. For the men's cycling team, see Team Dukla Praha men's team. For the women's cycling team, see Team Dukla Praha women's team.
Association football club in Prague, Czech Republic. Home colours. Away colours. Main article: FK Dukla Prague.
Prague Post. Archived from the original on 15 June Retrieved 14 June Retrieved 14 November Czech Radio in Czech.
Retrieved 13 November Soccer Statistics Foundation R. Retrieved 15 November Czech First League.
Czechoslovak First League —94 —95 —96 —97 —98 —99 — —01 —02 —03 —04 —05 —06 —07 —08 —09 —10 —11 —12 —13 —14 —15 —16 —17 —18 —19 —20 — In the nearby village of Wietrzno there was a defensive gord , whose traces can still be seen.
The village of Dukla was first mentioned in documents from as part of the lands gifted to Janusz Suchywilk by his relatives.
In , the town was destroyed in a raid of Hungarian army of King Matthias Corvinus. The new owner expanded the Dukla Castle, and received from King Sigismund I the Old a privilege, allowing him to organize two fairs a year.
Dukla remained in the hands of the Jordan family until , and in , King Sigismund III established here a customs office. In the early 17th century, Dukla emerged as an important center of commerce, located on a trade route joining Poland with Hungary.
The town had a defensive wall with two towers, and a town hall. Its merchants traded Hungarian wine, which at that time was very popular among Polish nobility.
In , Franciszek Mniszech began construction of a new palace, which was completed by his son Jan Mniszech. After the wars, the town declined.
Furthermore, Dukla was again destroyed in the Great Northern War , and its wooden houses burned in , , , and Together with his wife, Mniszech turned the town into a cultural center of the region, with a theatre, orchestra and a Masonic lodge.
In Jerzy Mniszech wrote a constitution for Dukla, in which he stated that all children were subject to education, regardless of their creed.
In the spring of , Dukla was the center of Bar Confederation. In May , after a number of skirmishes, Dukla was captured by Austrian soldiers, which marked First Partition of Poland.
In , Dukla was visited by Tsar Nicholas I of Russia , who intervened on behalf of the Habsburgs to suppress the uprising in Hungary.
The town declined even further after the epidemics of cholera —, —, — Add your tree here Do you have roots in Dukla?
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I have some information on records within this period Certainly i would hope that if anyone hires a researcher for this town, or gets records from this town, they would share that with the rest of us.
I am dedicated to putting on this web page anything i receive from fellow researchers. In , the Polish State Archive commenced a program to digitize their collections of vital records.
Each Regional Archive independently made its decision on how to create the digital images and where to host the Many of the regional Archives images are hosted on the website of the National Digital Archive Narodowe Archiwum Cyfrowe.
And I suspect it will change again soon. It gives step by step instructions. JRIP's galician vital record titles translated Then i click scans only, to reduce the number of results, then i use Chrome to translate the titles of the results.
Next is the really hard part Most materials concerning the commune Israeli was destroyed during the Second World War; original books have also been destroyed Register of the Israeli Registry Office in Sanok Any search in other materials they have an auxiliary character, e.
Some sample documents follow. A certificate of the destruction of Israeli record books is attached to the request for the reproduction of Kalman Segal's record act from They represent a small number of Jewish faith records.
Sanok branch has preserved extracts from Israeli record books from years births, marriages, deaths Lists of Residents Spisy Mieszkancow They contain personal data sometimes reaching the mid-nineteenth century; contain data on the date of birth, place of birth, belonging, family status, religion, used language, and profession.
The materials have been partially preserved for the city of Sanok from and , and Posada Sanocka, which in was incorporated into the city of Sanok.
The saved cards apply to only a few streets and there are many mistakes regarding dates. They contain year of birth or age, name, occupation, confession, and time in Sanok.
Extracts from the Israeli record books Wyciagi z ksiag metrykalnych izraelickich They concern the period They are not comprehensive They were submitted to city??