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Maps of the Glückstal District Villages of South Russia

Maps courtesy of the Glückstal Colonies Research Association (www.glueckstal.net)


Map Set 3 - Glückstal District

These are the only village maps for Glückstal District available at this time.

Bergdorf (daughter colony)
GRHC Map 021 
Founded 1808-1810, 1,790 residents, village abandoned in 1944
Prepared and reproduced by Ferdinand Maier and Melvin G. Maier, 1996
Further corrected by Ferdinand Maier and Gary Maier, February, 2000
Paper: 15 1/2 by 36 inches in size
Laminated: 18 by 33 inches in size
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Berlin, Neu: Village map during years 1925-1944 (daughter colony)
GRHC Map 022 
218 families, 141 homes and yards
Drawn by T. Eippert, 1956
18 by 24 inches in size
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Glückstal: Village map during years 1941-1944
GRHC Map 023 
Prepared by Johann Stotz
Paper: 23 1/2 by 36 inches in size
Laminated: 22 1/2 by 32 inches in size
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Hoffnungstal of 1944 (daughter colony)
GRHC Map 024 
18 by 20 inches in size
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Kassel (version A): August, 1989
GRHC Map 025 
Prepared by Emil Eberhard
Veliko Komarovka (Name of city in Ukraine today)
18 inches by 24 inches in size
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Marienberg (Okna Rayon) (Odessa Gebiet) (circa early 1940s) (daughter colony)
GRHC Map 027 
Prepared by Johann Bollinger
Map as published in the book, Marienberg: Fate of a Village
18 by 24 inches in size
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Marienberg (includes Bergdorf and neighborhood)
GRHC Map 028 
Date: Unknown
No information given.
Paper: 18 by 25 inches in size
Laminated: 18 by 24 inches in size
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Neu-Glueckstal, 1930
GRHC Map 029 
Founded 1860
Persons in village: 519 in 1914; 675 in 1926; 785 in 1944
Village size: 1.8 kilometers long and .8 kilometers wide
Prepared by Dr. Richard Walth, Bruehl, Germany
Paper: 18 by 25 inches in size
Laminated: 18 by 24 inches in size
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Neudorf, Klein: Village map from 1944 (daughter colony)
GRHC Map 030 
Sketched by A. Bittner
Paper: 17 1/2 by 23 1/2 inches in size
Laminated: 17 1/2 inches by 24 inches in size
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Neudorf (date not given on map)
GRHC Map 031 
Prepared by M. Wangenmann
23 1/2 inches by 34 inches in size
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Saratov/Balitzki (Odessa Region)
GRHC Map 032 
Daughter colony of the Glueckstal District, South Russia
Circa 1943
62 farms, 65 families, 298 people
Map prepared by Johann and Anetta Stroh, Germany
18 inches by 24 inches in size
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Seebach (Luncha), by Birsula (Kotovski), Ukraine, 1930-1941, Glückstal daughter colony
GRHC Map 033 
Prepared by Thomas A. Stangl, copyright 2001, with assistance from Adolph Mainhardt, son of Philipp, Metterzimmern, Bietgheim-Bissingen, Württemberg, Germany, June 2001
16 by 20 inches in size
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Sample from the 1941-1944 Glückstal map

© 2003, GRHC

Sample from the Kassel (version B) map

© 2003, GRHC


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