Town in eastern Poland, about 45 km north of Lublin and 120 km south-east of Warsaw.- Kock
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The final battle in the invasion of Poland at the beginning of World War II in Europe.
It took place between 2–5 October 1939, near the town of Kock, in Poland.
City in eastern Poland with 30,727 inhabitants .
On 28 October, more Jews were brought in from Adamów, Wojcieszków, Kock, Tuchowicz, and Trzebieszów, about 4,500 in total.
Urban-rural gmina in Lubartów County, Lublin Voivodeship, in eastern Poland.
Its seat is the town of Kock, which lies approximately 23 km north-west of Lubartów and 46 km north of the regional capital Lublin.
Unit of territorial administration and local government (powiat) in Lublin Voivodeship, eastern Poland.
The county also contains the towns of Kock, lying 23 km north-west of Lubartów, and Ostrów Lubelski, 18 km east of Lubartów.
Series of uprisings conducted during World War II against occupying German forces by the Polish Home Army (Armia Krajowa, abbreviated AK), the dominant force in the Polish resistance.
After liberating the towns of Lubartów and Kock, the Division (reduced to some 3,200 men) was surrounded by the Red Army and taken prisoner.
Menachem Mendel Morgensztern of Kotzk, better known as the Kotzker Rebbe (1787–1859) was a Hasidic rabbi and leader.
World War II Polish Armia Krajowa unit fighting in the Volhynia region in 1944.
It joined other Home Army units and took part in the liberation of Kock, Lubartów, and the village Firlej on July 21.
Kotzk (Yiddish: קאצק) is a Hasidic dynasty originating from the city of Kock, Poland, where it was founded by Menachem Mendel Morgenstern (1787–1859).
Polish magnate and politician.
Because of her concern for efficient management in her vast domains, she developed a system of procedures to clarify the duties of officials employed in Siemiatycze, Kock and Wysocko.
The Battle of Kock was fought in 1809 during the Napoleonic Wars, near the town of Kock in Poland.