Stephen Robert Kuta

Author, Genealogist, Historian, Poet

Komarno 1926 - 1936

Images from Lwów Voivodeship, Polska and Galicia

Images from Lwów Voivodeship, Polska / Galicia. The images below include, Komarno and the city of Lwów. Pre – 1936 | Lwów Voivodeship (Polish: Województwo lwowskie) was an administrative unit of interwar Poland (1918–1939) Images dating between 1900 – 1918 | belong to the Galician / Habsburg Empire period which began in 1772, following the First Partition of Poland, the …

Kuta River, Russia

Kuta River or Reka Kyta (Russian) is a river in the Irkutsk region of Russia. It is 408 km long, the river flows along the southeastern edge of the Central Siberian Upland. The river valley is marshy and forested. Sadly the river was also the location of murder during World War II. Murder on the Banks of Reka Kyta Alexandriysko-Obileninskiy County was as a part of the Ordzhonikidze Kray …

The ruins of the city of Babylon are near Hillah, Babil Governorate, Iraq. Above: the Tower of Babel.

The City of Kuta

Kuta (catfish . Gú.du 8 .a ki , akad . Kutu) – an ancient city in northern Babylonia, situated approx. 25 km north of Kish; usually identified with the position of Tall Ibrahim in Iraq. Kuta is also referred to as Kutha, Cuthah, or Cutha (Sumerian: Gudua, modern Tell Ibrahim) Interestingly, the Kuta name is also listed in the Collins English Dictionary as Kuta (Guda) and the Polish variant of Kutowski is also …

An ancient bas-relief depicting the image of Nergal from Hatra in Iraq

Gods of Kuta, Mesopotamia

29  Every nation created its own gods and placed them in the high-temples, built by the Samaritans – every nation in the places in which he lived. 30  Namely, the people of Babylon made Sukkot-Benot, the people of Kuta made Nergal, the people of Hamat, made Aszima, 31  Awwici made Nibchaz and Tartak, and the Sepharvites burned their …

Genocide

I know very little about my Polish/Ukrainian family, who I descend from Paternally. My grandfather Jan Kuta was born on the 18th January 1924 in Katerynychi, Lviv Oblast, Poland, which is now a part of Ukraine, the area fell into the hands of Nazi Germany between 1941 to 1944. This period was extremely volatile for anyone …