Maps of Russia
Map of German settlements in Russia by Karl Stumpp
Nine churches are identified on a double-page map titled "Monument Map" which was taken from "Treasures of the Russian land; Quarterly Journal of the All-Russian Society for the Preservation of Cultural and Historical Treasures", Artist: G I Metchenko Nr 40- (3-4/1998) [in Russian language only, out of print]. Green tents represent palaces, grand manors, estate parklands. Pale churches with round roofs represent Russian village churches. Brown churches with steeples represent German churches (Lutheran, Catholic, Reformed). Other symbols shown include: Six-pointed stars representing archaeological sites (these are not Jewish sites), three pebble stones representing burial mounds, open boxes representing burial sites (tombs), squares representing ancient town sites, wheels representing ancient settlement sites. Map contributed by Vera Beljakova-Miller.
German migration to Russia in the 18th and 19th Century
German settlements in the USSR after 1941
Map showing the movements of Pugachev (1773-1775)
Map Russian eastward expansion and the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905)
Ethnic Make-up of the USSR (1974)
The Growth of Russia in Europe, 1300-1796.
Russia: Territorial Expansion, 1725-1795.
Ethnic Russians in the Newly Independent States (1994)
[also notes German ethnic percentages in various States]
Russia in Europe in the 19th Century
Last updated 8 January 2013.