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In 1921, following Peace of Riga, the town returned to Poland, and was part of Volhynian Voivodeship.In the interwar period, Kremenets was famous for its renowned high school, Liceum Krzemienieckie, founded in 1803 by Tadeusz Czacki.The city obtained Magdeburg rights in 1431, and in 1569, after the Union of Lublin, it became part of Crown of Poland, known as Polish: .In the fall of 1648 Cossack Colonel Maxym Kryvonis surrounded the Kremenets fortress.During the Mongol invasion of Rus in 1240-41, Kremenets was one of few cities that Batu Khan failed to capture.In 1382, after the death of Louis I of Hungary, Lithuanian duke Liubartas captured Kremenets from the Kingdom of Hungary.The city is situated in the historic region of Volhynia.According to some sources the Kremenets fortress was built in the 8th or 9th century, and later became a part of Kievan Rus’.
When some Jews joined the crowd, the corpse supposedly began to bleed, thus supernaturally demonstrating their guilt.
Kremenets never again regained its former importance.
All that was left as the Russians took control in 1793 was “an impoverished community of petty traders and craftsmen.” In 1747, Kremenets was the site of a well-publicized blood libel trial in which 14 Jews were accused of murdering a Christian to obtain blood for making matzo – a false accusation dating back to the Middle Ages.
Around the middle of the century, rabbinical representatives of the Kahals of Poland began gathering at the great Fairs to conduct the business of the Jewish communities.
These conferences became known as the Council of the Four Lands.
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