White Russia

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He could hold his arms out like Superman and take off into the stratosphere: dive into White Russia, scoop up refugees, stop trains in their tracks, shield his brothers from the draft.
He hears, somewhere down on Broadway, the rumble of convoys in White Russia, wherever that is.
While I listen to my Mattersburg interlocutors I have to think of the execution sites in White Russia and Ukraine, where in 1941 a part of my family was murdered by the German occupation forces.
There is talk of attack squads arriving in little rubber boats off some tricky submarine, and Faigele grows increasingly alarmed at the fate of a loved one back in White Russia.
The authors describe all the contentious issues: a veto for the Big Five on everything except a Security Council decision to discuss a matter, seats for the Ukraine and White Russia even though they were then no more independent of Moscow than New York and California were of Washington, a seat for Argentina despite its embrace of Hitler, the charter's inclusion of the right of countries or organizations like the Pan-American Union to defend themselves.
That may once have been true in Ukraine or White Russia or Galicia or Lithuania, but it certainly is not true here and now.
Nasdaq:CTXS), the global leader in access infrastructure solutions, today announced that Belarusbank, the largest bank in White Russia, has implemented Citrix access infrastructure to improve information access at its many remote offices.
Sometimes called White Russia, Belarus is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe bordered by Russia to the north and east, Ukraine to the south, Poland to the west, and Lithuania and Latvia to the northwest.
The place was a small village in White Russia called Lubavitch.
The itinerant name White Russia was coined in medieval literature in German (Weissrussland) and Latin (Russia alba) and was applied by Western scholars to include north-west Russia adjacent to Finland and Karelia, to the Black Sea northern littoral.