Podolacy – this was the name of the group in eastern Galicia in the 1860s and 1870s, which united the landowners who supported the autonomy of Galicia, but in which the advantage of the Ukrainians would be limited. Podolians also tried to maintain restrictions on the rights of the Jewish population. This movement was headed by min. Kazimierz Grocholscy, Kornel Krzeczunowicz, Dawiid Abrahamowicz, Wojciech Dzieduszycki. The former Podolish people, on the contrary, were heading towards national democracy, which they later became a support. The Stańczyk family is a high level of political thought, while Podolians are people who preach a socially conservative and nationalist program.

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