Czechoslovak border guard Jan Hereha on the border with Poland near the village of Uzhok

Czechoslovak border guard Jan Hereha

Czechoslovak border guard Jan Hereha on the border with Poland near the village of Uzhok (Czechoslovak Carpathian Russia).

Until 1918, the village of Uzhok was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and then became part of Czechoslovakia. In 1939, it was annexed to Hungary. After World War II it became a part of the USSR (Ukrainian SSR).



Location: Uzhok, Czechoslovakia
Date: April 04, 1938
Photo by Margaret Bourke-White

In : 1938

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