Jewish agricultural colonies south of Ukraine and Crimea
01.01.2015 version of the page http://www.evkol.nm.ru/colony_ekaterinoslav_en.htm/


 
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История еврейских земледельческих колоний Юга Украины
 
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Колонии Херсонской губернии
 
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Колонии Екатеринославской губернии
 
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О названиях еврейских колоний
 
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Частновладельческие еврейские колонии Херсонской губернии
 
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Религия и еврейские земледельческие колонии
 
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Здравоохранение в еврейских земледельческих колониях (XIX - начало XX веков)
 
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Юденплан
 
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Погромы в годы Гражданской войны
 
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Еврейские национальные административные единицы Юга Украины (1930 г.)
 
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Калининдорфский еврейский национальный район
 
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Сталиндорфский еврейский национальный район
 
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Новозлатопольский еврейский национальный район
 
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Отдельные еврейские земледельческие поселения Юга Украины, основанные в 1920-1930 гг.
 
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Еврейские поселения в Крыму (1922-1926)
 
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Еврейские населенные пункты в Крыму до 1941 г.
 
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Фрайдорфский и Лариндорфский еврейские национальные районы
 
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История отдельных колоний
 
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Воспоминания, статьи, очерки, ...
 
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Списки евреев-земледельцев Херсонской губернии
 
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Списки евреев-земледельцев Екатеринославской губернии
 
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Воины-уроженцы еврейских колоний, погибшие, умершие от ран и пропавшие без вести в годы войны
 
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Жители еврейских колоний - жертвы политических репрессий
 
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Контакт

 
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Colonies of Kherson guberniya
 
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Colonies of Ekaterinoslav guberniya
 
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The Jewish national administrative units of South Ukraine (1930)
 
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Kalinindorf jewish national rayon
 
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Stalindorf jewish national rayon
 
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Novozlatopol jewish national rayon
 
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Separate Jewish agricultural settlements of the South of Ukraine founded in 1920-1930
 
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The Jewish settlements in Crimea (1922-1926)
 
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The Jewish settlements in Crimea till 1941
 
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Fraydorf and Larindorf Jewish national rayons



Yakov Pasik      

The colonies of Ekaterinoslav guberniya


     Note for the reader:
     Oblast, Rayon, Village soviet (In Russian - область, район, сельсовет) — territorial administrative units.

The Map of Jewish Agricultural Colonies in Ekaterinoslav Guberniya

Карта

Jewish Agricultural Colonies of Ekaterinoslav Guberniya

Colony name Location Year of
establishment
Settlement
(data for 2016)
Aleksandrovsk uezd
№ 1 Novozlatopol (Novyy Zlatopol, Nay Zlatopol) N 47°39'20",
E 36°34'10"
1848 Village Novozlatopol
Novozlatopol village soviet
Gulyay Pole rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
№ 2 Veselaya (Gupalov, Gupalovka) N 47°40'50",
E 36°37'05"
1845 Village Gupalovka
Novozlatopol village soviet
Gulyay Pole rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
(data for 1946) does not exist
№ 3 Krasnoselka (Skotovskaya, Gorkaya, Girka) N 47°36'50",
E 36°34'02"
1845 Village Krasnoselоvka
Fedorovka (former Chubarevka) village soviet
Pologi rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
№ 4 Mezhirich (Mezhiriche) N 47°36'17",
E 36°25'06"
1845 Village Mezhirich
Novoselovskoe village soviet
Pologi rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
№ 5 Trudolyubovka (Leyngel-Khutor) N 47°28'16",
E 36°44'38"
1848 Colony Trudolyubovka destroyed by pogrom-makers in January 1919 was not restored
№ 6 Nechayevka (Penner-Khutor) N 47°29'41",
E 36°45'52
1848 Bowery Gorky
Kobylnoe village soviet
Rozovka rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
(data for 1946) does not exist
№ 8 Priyutnaya (Takni) N 47°43'44",
E 36°40'20"
1848 Village Priyutnoye
Priyutnoye village soviet
Gulyay Pole rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
№ 9 Roskoshnaya (Galushkin) N 47°44'43",
E 36°38'11"
1855 Village Roskoshnoe
Oktyabrskoe village soviet
Gulyay Pole rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
(data for 1946) does not exist
№10 Bogodarovka, Bogodarevka (Kovalevskaya) N 47°46'50",
E 36°38'03"
1855 Village Novodarovka
Priyutnoye village soviet
Gulyay Pole rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
№11 Gorkaya (Nazarovka, Nazarеvich, Nazarеvicheva) N 47°44'07",
E 36°33'39"
1850 Village Nazarovka
Oktyabrskoe village soviet
Gulyay Pole rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
(data for 1946) does not exist
Mariupol uezd
№ 7 Grafskaya (Kamper-Khutor) N 47°30'44",
E 36°49'36"
1848 Village Novozlatopol (former Proletarskoye)
Novozlatopol (former Proletarskoye) village soviet
Rozovka rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
№12 Zelenopol (Zelenoe Pole, Myadler) N 47°33'10",
E 36°51'00"
1853 Village Zelenopol
Novozlatopol (former Proletarskoye) village soviet
Rozovka rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
№13 Nadezhnaya (Vilenskaya, Vilner) N 47°34'40",
E 36°50'12"
1855 Village Nadezhnoye
Novozlatopol (former Proletarskoye) village soviet
Rozovka rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
№14 Sladkovodnaya (Kobylnayay, Kobylne) N 47°34'09",
E 36°46'15"
1853 Village Sladkovodnoye
Sladkovodnoye village soviet
Rozovka rayon
Zaporozhe oblast
№15 Zatishye (Zatisha, Bakher-Khutor) N 47°31'15",
E 37°19'36"
1853 Village Zatishnoe
Zlatoustovka village soviet
Volnovakha rayon
Donetsk oblast
№16 Ravnopol (Rovnopol, Rovnoe Pole, Laten-Khutor) N 47°33'30",
E 37°13'57"
1858 Village Ravnopol
Ravnopol village soviet
Volnovakha rayon
Donetsk oblast
№17 Khlebodarovka (Solntseva) N 47°28'51",
E 37°23'40"
1858 Settlement Khlebodarovka
Khlebodarovka village soviet
Volnovakha rayon
Donetsk oblast

Ed. note:

   Before the official name specifies its official serial number. Then in brackets it is given the informal name of colony. Further is specified the name received by a colony as a result of renaming during the Soviet period.
   Colony Trudolyubovka has been destroyed as a result of pogrom in January, 1919 and after civil war was not restored.
   Gorky (former Nechaevka), Gupalovka (former Veselaya), Nazarovka (former Gorkaya) and Roskoshnaya have disappeared from a map in 1950's - 60 years when there was no Jewish population any more. To these years in Soviet Union was spent the policy of liquidation of unpromising villages and creations in a countryside the large settlements.

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