Important local industries include food processing, clothing manufacture, chemicals, handicrafts, woodcarving, and concrete.
The earliest known mention of Kalush is the accounting of a settlement of that name in a Halychyna chronicle dated May 27, 1437. Incorporated as a city in 1939, the city was part of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Austria-Hungary and Second Polish Republic. In 1940, the Soviets forced Polish inhabitants of Kalush to leave the town and forcefully moved them to Siberia, where most of the Poles died. Then, in late 1941 and 1942, Jewish inhabitants of Kalush were murdered by the Germans.
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|Grand Prairie, Texas||United States|