Żeniówka

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Żeniówka
Village
Żeniówka is located in Poland
Żeniówka
Żeniówka
Location of Żeniówka before 1939 invasion of Poland by the Soviet Union
Coordinates: 50°30′N 25°53′E / 50.500°N 25.883°E / 50.500; 25.883Coordinates: 50°30′N 25°53′E / 50.500°N 25.883°E / 50.500; 25.883
Country  Poland
Voivodeship Wołyń Voivodeship
County Dubno

Żeniówka, also known as Ziniówka, Ziuniuwka or Ziniejowka, was a Polish settlement in the Wołyń Voivodeship (1921–1939), gmina Warkowicze, Dubno county, on the Ikva River, in Second Polish Republic before the Nazi German and Soviet invasion of Poland in September 1939.[1]

The village (with present location in sovereign Ukraine) was the site of Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) ethnic cleansing operations between 1942 and 1945, and no longer exists.

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