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  1. Germans From Russia Heritage Society West Turnpike Avenue | Bismarck, North Dakota Telephone: () | Fax: ()
  2. Dec 18,  · Bessarabien 7B Bessarabka 5D Bessarabka (e) (Heinrichsdorf) Bessarabka –Olgenfeld (e) 7E Bezilowa (k) 6C Blagodatnoje (k) (Mittelfeld) 7D Blagojewo 6D Blonskoje (k) 6C Blumenberg 6E Blumental (k) 6F Bolschoi-Kujalnik River 4C Bondarewka (k) 4E Bratskoje 2E Brinnowka (k) 6C Budenyj (Seeberg) 5B Bug Liman 4F, 6F—7F Baigajewka (e) 6D Bujalyk.
  3. Village name lists. Bessarabia and Dobrudscha village data sheets (which include basic info about each village and research help). Bessarabian village list (includes postal area, Kreis, parish, founding year). German-Russian village list (very comprehensive list covering not only the Black Sea regions, but also Volga, Siberia, etc.).
  4. Bessarabia (now Moldova), Birth Records, Source Information. Specific microfilm information provided with each record. This data is provided in partnership with erinquigabilltalnalifeedtiasangoa.coinfo About Bessarabia (now Moldova), Birth Records, This database contains Jewish birth records from the former Russian Gubernia of Bessarabia.
  5. Bundesarchiv B Bild-FA, Bessarabien, Windmühle auf erinquigabilltalnalifeedtiasangoa.coinfo × ; 60 kB Bundesarchiv B Bild-FA, Bessarabien, Ordensverleihungen durch Hans v. erinquigabilltalnalifeedtiasangoa.coinfo × ; 69 kB.
  6. Jews coming from Constantinople and from Poland - commerce and liquors - rich Jewish life in the 19th century - persecution waves since - radicals, Haskalah and racist Zionists - Jews as national enemies - Jewish parties, schooling - Sovietization, WW II with Transnistrian Holocaust - Sovietization -- from: Bessarabia; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica , Vol. 4 -- presented by .
  7. Introduction General information. Krasna, Bessarabien (Krasne, Kpacне, , Tarutyns'kyi district, Odes´ka, Ukraine) The Krasna village described herein lies kilometers (as the crow flies) [ca. 72 miles] in a west-south-westerly direction from Odessa, situated on the small river Kunduk (Kogilnik), from where it is 70 kilometers [just over 40 miles] to the Black Sea.
  8. Bessarabia contains much of archaeological interest, including mounds and barrows of early epochs, remains of a wall built by the Roman emperor Trajan, some traces of Greek and Roman towns, and some forts along the Dniester built by the Genoese in the 14th century. Bessarabia is a favoured area for agriculture, chiefly for cereals, fruit, and wine.

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