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For convenience, the index is divided into counties according to the administrative division of Second Polish Republic as of 1939. For each surname there is at least one room about which we have more information, such as name, date and place of birth, place of residence at the time of obtaining a passport, planned country of departure, photos, information about family members and more.

Volyn Voivodeship

Dubno

Gejer, Gelbenberg, Giestowski, Gliber, Goldberg, Gorski, Grinsztejn, Grojsman, Grycajczuk, Gudź, Gudzik-Gudź, Gutman

Horochów

Gejman, Gulaj

Kostopol

Gurczyk, Gutkowski

Kowel

Garbanowski, Gawryluk, Gawtyniuk, Geles, Geller, Geluta, Giczka, Giergiesza, Girasimuk, Glinkier, Głuszuk, Gluza, Gołębiowski, Gołowczyc, Gorliński, Górski, Greciuk, Gromadiuk, Gruszka, Grycak, Gryciuk, Grycyszin, Gryczewski, Gryniuk, Grzegora

Krzemieniec

Gałagan, Garath, Gawroński, Gejer, Gerasimiuk, Girawicz, Gitman, Giżycki, Gliwiński, Główka, Głuzman, Goldenberg, Goldin, Golfenbaum, Gollender, Gołonafiuk, Górski, Grabar, Grinszpun, Grocki, Groda, Grozowski, Gurman, Gusak, Guszpet

Luboml

Ginzberg, Goldsztejn, Grabowski, Gryciuk, Gurtensztejn

Łuck

Ginzberg, Goldsztejn, Grabowski, Gryciuk, Gurtensztejn, Gudewicz

Równe

Garbarczuk, Gecht, Geleter, German, Gojchzach, Goldberg, Gorbacz, Gordijczuk, Gorkawy, Gracajuk, Grebeń, Gurbacz, Gurwicz, Gusiewicz

Sarny

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Włodzimierz

Gawroński, Gawryluk, Gorzelnicki, Grel, Gulida

Zdołbunów

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Tarnopol Voivodeship

Tarnopol

Gajowski, Gang, Gawlicz, Gelbardt, Gelber, Gincberg, Ginceberg, Gładysz, Gläsner, Głuszczak Gołaszewski, Gold, Golda, Goldberg, Goldfeld, Goldrosen, Góral, Gorodecki, Górski, Goryń, Grabko, Grossman, Greussman, Grossmann, Grünbaumn, Grünspan, Gusta, Gużda