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AHSGR Village Research Coordinators
American Historical Society of Germans From Russia.
Alt-Danzig & Neu-Danzig, Russia
Beresan District Odessa Regional Interest Group
Regional Interest Group for the Beresan District, German villages near the city of Odessa on the Black Sea.
Frank and Kolb, Russia - Two German colonies located near the Volga River
A joint website for the ancestral villages of Frank and Kolb, Russia, neighboring villages located near the Volga River in Saratov Province, Russia.
Galka, Russia, the mother colony, was founded on 12 August 1764 by 240 Lutherans from Germany. Main page for the Galka village research coordinator.
German Villages in the Volga Valley of Russia
Over 300 German Russian Volga villages are identified in this comprehensive site with links to village web sites. Volga maps, history and other resources are also included.
German-Russian Bessarabian Colony of Borodino and Periojany [Beriojan] Chutor Genealogy List. Remmick-Hubert Web Site.
Germans from Russia Family and Villages Homepages
A list of links from the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection site.
Glückstal Surnames Found in the St. Petersburg Records Database
GRHS Village Coordinators
Germans From Russia Heritage Society.
Grossliebental District Odessa Regional Interest Group
German Russian research focused on the Grossliebental (also known as Liebental) District of South Russia.
HANNOWKA - Eine deutsche Siedlung in Bessarabien 1896-1940 / Hannowka - A German Village in Bessarabia 1896-1940
Hannowka, a small village with 420 German and 850 Russian inhabitants in the anterior Bessarabia, part of Rumania. Now the village is called Annowka and part of the Ukraine.
History of the Glückstal Colonies
Home Page for Village of Novo Nikolaevka
Homepage for the Volga German colony of Nieder-Monjou (Niedermonjou, Bobrovka, Нидермонжу, Бобровк
Jeruslan Nachrichten - Lower Jeruslan River Colonies Research Project
Kamenka - A German Russian Village in the Volga Valley
A village that was founded by German settlers in 1804 near the city of Odessa in Ukraine.
Leichtling Home Page
Leichtling, Saratov, Volga, Russia.
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