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Maps of Individual Volga German Colonies

Map of Neu-Hussenbach (1888) Map of the daughter colony of Neu-Hussenbach in 1888.
Source: Samara Archives.

Map of Dietel and vacinity Contour map showing the colonies of Dietel, Kautz, Kratzke, Rothammel, and Sewald. Source: Captured War Documents held by the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Stahl am Karaman Map of Stahl am Karaman (1941).

Dietel Map Map of Dietel.


Map of Alexanderhöh (1926)
Source: Die Namengebung zweier Wolgadeutscher Dörfer, 1983.


Map of Balzer
Source: www.wolgadeutsche.org

Map of Kukkus
Source: www.wolgadeutsche.net


Map of Dinkel
Source: Sharon White

Map of Frank
Source: David Eisenach

Map of Hussenbach (1940)
Source: David Eisenach

Map of Herzog (1920)
Drawn by Johannes Riedel in 1968
Source: wolgadeutsche.net

Map of Lilienfeld (1930)
Source: altenhoff.org


Map of Mariental (1941)


Map of Katharinenstadt (1933)
(Called Marxstadt at the time)
Source: wolgadeutsche.net


Map of Morgentau (1932)
Source: wolgadeutsche.net

Map of Orlovskay
Source: wolgadeutsche.net

Map of Rosenberg
Source: Richard McGregor


Map of Schuck
Source: shuck.ucoz.ru


Map of Schulz (1919)
Source: Fred Zitzer

Map of Straub (1891)
Source: Rev. J.C. Schwabenland


Map of Zürich
Source: wolgadeutsche.net


Map of Colonies along the Nachoi River (1860)
Source: Die Namengebung zweier Wolgadeutscher Dörfer, 1983 (p.14).

Map of the land allocation for Kratzke (1857).
Source: Volgograd Archives (302.4.428).

Last updated 24 February 2016.