Jewish agricultural colonies south of Ukraine and Crimea
01.01.2015 version of the page http://www.evkol.nm.ru/stalindorf_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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Катастрофа еврейского крестьянства Юга Украины и Крыма
 
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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      

Stalindorf jewish national rayon

     Notes for the reader:
     1. Uchastok shortcut Uch. (In Russian - участок) - Part of the land area on which the settlement is located.
     2. Poselok shortcut Pos. (In Russian - поселок) - Locality.
     3. Oblast, Rayon, Village soviet (In Russian - область, район, сельсовет) — territorial administrative units.

The map of Stalindorf jewish national rayon

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The table of Jewish settlements Stalindorf national rayon

Settlement name     Location     Settlement name (data for 2016)

Old colonies

Izluchistaya N 47°55'52",
E 33°46'07"
Village Izluchistoe Kamenka village soviet Sovievka rayon
Kamenka N 47°57'38",
E 33°47'02"
Village Kamenka Kamenka village soviet Sovievka rayon
Novovitebsk N 47°57'38",
E 33°47'02"
Village Novovitebskoe Novovasilevka village soviet Sovievka rayon
Novozhitomir N 47°55'14",
E 33°39'27"
Village Novozhitomir Krasovskoye (former Krasino) village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Novokovno N 47°55'14",
E 33°39'27"
Village Novaya Kovna Novovasilevka village soviet Sovievka rayon
Novopodolsk N 47°55'30",
E 33°53'54"
Village Novopodolsk Novovasilevka village soviet Sovievka rayon

New settlements

Botvino (Botvinsky) N 47°52'11",
E 33°53'31"
Village Botvino Stalinskye village soviet Stalinskoe rayon (data of 1946) does not exist
Bukharindorf, uch. 23 (after Ordzhonikidze) N 47°47'14",
E 34°10'13"
Village Stepovoe (former Ordzhonikidze) Novosofievka village soviet Nikopol rayon
Chervonyy Pod N 47°55'28",
E 33°30'55"
Village Chervony Pody Novopodolsk village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Chubarovka, after Stepovoy N 47°56'23",
E 33°44'14"
Bowery Stepovoy Novoyul'evka village soviet Sofievka rayon (data of 1946) does not exist
Chubarovka (Chubarya), after Chapaevka and Hrushevka N 47°57'04",
E 33°34'12"
Village Khrushchevka (Yuzhnaya) Khrushchevka village soviet Stalinskoe rayon (data of 1946) does not exist
Finkeldorf ?
?
Does not exist
Fraydorf, uch. 181 g N 47°47'07",
E 34°16'42"
Village Gvardeyskoe (data of 1946) was included in the village Kirovo Kirovo village soviet Nikopol rayon
Fraydorf or Freydorf (former Emes) N 47°51'18",
E 33°41'02"
Village Volnoe Lenino village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon (data of 1946) does not exist
Frayleben N 48°02'41",
E 34°22'28"
Village Svobodnaya Zhizn (Vilne Zhittya) (data of 1946) was included in the village Osipenko Dzerzhinovka village soviet Solonyanoe rayon
Frunzenfeld, uch. 24 N 47°47'28",
E 34°13'42"
Village Frunzevka Nikopol rayon (data of 1946) does not exist
Gofenfeld, uch. 16 N 47°50'43",
E 34°17'21"
Village Vysokopol Chistopol (vormer Kirovo) village soviet Nikopol rayon
Grosser N 47°53'03",
E 33°36'44"
Village Suvorovka Krasovskoye (former Krasino) village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Ilichevka ?
?
Does not exist
Kalinovka N 47°47'04",
E 33°29'49"
Village Kalinovka Grechanovodovskoe (former Roza Luxemburg) village soviet Shirokoe rayon
Kalinovka, uch. 9 N 48°01'35",
E 34°18'53"
Village Malaya Kalinovka Iverskoe (former Dzerzhinovka) village soviet Solonyanoe rayon
Khlibopratsya (Khlib i Pratsya) N 47°55'16",
E 33°43'15"
Village Trudovoe Krasovskoye (former Krasino) village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Krasino N 47°53'46",
E 33°35'19"
Village Krasovskoye (former Krasino) Krasovskoye (former Krasino) village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Krasino, uch. 14 N 47°53'48",
E 34°15'42"
Village Krasino Krasino village soviet Stalinskoe rayon (data 1946) does not exist
Krasnyy Kustar (Chervonyy Kustar) N 47°51'35",
E 33°43'51"
Included in the village Zlatoustovka Zlatoustovka village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Krasnyy Pakhar (Chervonyy Pakhar) N 47°55'01",
E 33°55'08"
Does not exist
Larinfeld, uch. 19 N 47°49'19",
E 34°12'59"
Village Larino was included in village Putilovka Novosofievka village soviet Nikopol rayon
Lekkert, Lekert, Lekertovka N 47°45'56",
E 33°30'29"
Village Trudolyubovka Grechanovodovskoe (former Roza Luxemburg) village soviet Shirokoe rayon
Lenindorf, uch. 181 d N 47°45'46",
E 34°16'39"
Village Leninskoe Nikopol rayon (data of 1946) was included in village Tavricheskoe Kirovo village soviet Nikopol rayon
Leninsky (poselok Lenina) N 47°51'24",
E 33°50'57"
Village Dachnoe (former Lenina) Vakulovo (forner Zhovtnevoe) village soviet Sofievka rayon
Luxemburg, uch. 4 N 47°55'54",
E 34°13'37"
Village Blagodatnoe Chervonoarmeyskoe village soviet Stalinskoe rayon (data of 1946) does not exist
Mendeldorf, uch. 181 v N 47°48'42",
E 34°19'22"
Village Dneprovskoe Nikopol rayon (data of 1946) does not exist
Merezhinka, uch. 1 N 47°59'36",
E 34°14'39"
Included in the village Anno-Musievka (former Chervonoarmeyskoe) Iverskoe (former Dzerzhinovka) village soviet Solonyanoe rayon
Niva, village combined with the other two in the village Larino N 47°54'51",
E 33°33'22"
Village Sadovoe (former Lenina) Krasovskoye (former Krasino) village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Novaya Balta, uch. 5 N 47°56'31",
E 34°15'29"
Village Novaya Balta Loshkarevka village soviet Nikopol rayon
Novaya Zarya N 47°49'06",
E 33°35'44"
Village Novaya Zarya Veseloe village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Novaya Proskurovka, uch. 3 N 47°57',
E 34°13'
Village Novaya Proskurovka Chervonoarmeyskoe village soviet Stalinskoe rayon (data 1946) does not exist
Novyy Put N 47°51'00",
E 33°34'30"
Village Novyy Put (Novyy Shlyakh) Veseloe village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Ozetovka (Ozet), uch. 2 N 47°58'52",
E 34°13'23"
Village Anno-Musievka (former Chervonoarmeyskoe) Iverskoe (former Dzerzhinovka) village soviet Solonyanoe rayon
Petrocsky, uch. 6 N 47°57'39",
E 34°17'22"
Village Petrovka Chervonoarmeyskoe village soviet Stalinskoe rayon (data 1946) does not exist
Pershotravnevyy N 48°00'58",
E 34°12'21"
Village Pervomayskaya Khrushchevka village soviet Stalinskoe rayon (data of 1946) does not exist
Poltavtsy, village combined with the other two in the village Larino N 47°54'56",
E 33°34'02"
Village Sadovoe (former Lenina) Krasovskoye (former Krasino) village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Raykhfeld, uch. 17 N 47°50',
E 34°17'
Village Dobropol Voykovo village soviet Nikopol rayon (data of 1946) does not exist
Roytfeld (Krasnoe Pole) N 48°00'53",
E 33°00'53"
Village Stepovoe Novoyulevka village soviet Sofievka rayon
Stalindorf (former Chemerinsk) N 47°53'53",
E 33°55'53"
Village Vakulovo (forner Zhovtnevoe, Stalinskoe) Vakulovo (forner Zhovtnevoe) village soviet Sofievka rayon
Tagancha, village combined with the other two in the village Larino N 47°55'00",
E 33°34'29"
Village Sadovoe (former Lenina) Krasovskoye (former Krasino) village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Tsetkino, uch. 13 N 47°53'29",
E 34°14'09"
Village Klara Tsetkin Krasino village soviet Stalinskoe rayon (data 1946) does not exist
Ulyanovka (Progress) N 47°54'50",
E 33°52'23"
Village Ulyanovka Marevka village soviet Stalinskoe rayon (data 1946) does not exist
Uritsky, uch. 20 N 47°49'52",
E 34°08'47"
Bowery Uritskogo Ordzhonikidze village soviet Nikopol rayon (data 1946) does not exist
Uchastok D N 47°53'43",
E 33°49'01"
Village Poddubnoe Marevka village soviet Stalinskoe rayon (data of 1946) does not exist
Voroshilova (Voroshilovka) N 47°52'26",
E 33°45'42"
Village Kamenskoe Zlatoustovka village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon
Voroshilovka (Voroshilovo), uch. 8 N 47°55'21",
E 34°17'30"
Village Dolgovka Krinichevatoe village soviet Nikopol rayon
Voykovdorf, uch. 18 N 47°48'45",
E 34°14'32"
Village Voykovo Voykovo village soviet Nikopol rayon (data of 1946) does not exist
Zemtrud (Zemlyanoy Trud) N 47°49'26",
E 33°41'02"
Village Zemtrud Novaya Zarya village soviet Krivoy Rog rayon (data 1946) does not exist


Names of the Jewish settlements of Stalindorf national rayon

     1. The old Jewish colonies of rayon Izluchaya, Kamenka, Novovitebsk, Novozhitomir, Novokovno and Novodolsk preserved their pre-revolutionary Russian names. Explanations of their origin are given in the article (Russian) "On the names of Jewish colonies"

     2. A number of new Jewish settlements of rayon had names in the Yiddish language: Bukharindorf (Nikolai Bukharin's Village), Voikovdorf (Petr Voikov's Village), Hofenfeld (Field of Hope), Grosser (Large), Larinfeld (Yuri Larin's Field), Mendeldorf (Mendel's Village - Mendele Moiher-Sforim, Jewish Writer), Reichfeld (Rich Field), Roitfeld (Red Field), Finkeldorf (Finkel's Village - Finkel Haim-Avrom, publicist, linguist, public figure), Friedorf (Free Village), Freiben (Free Life), Frunzenfeld (Michael Frunze's Village).

     3. A group of settlements was named after famous people of that time: Chubarovka, Khrushchevka, Krasino, Larino, Luxemburg, Petrovsky, Uritsky, Voroshilova, Voroshilovka (Soviet statesmen and military leaders: Vlas Chubar, Nikita Khrushchev, Leonid Krasin, Yuri Larin, Rosa Luxemburg, Grigory Petrovsky, Moses Uritsky, Kliment Voroshilov}, Botvino (Naftali Botvin, Polish Communist of Jewish descent, leader of the Polish labor movement), Lekkert or Lekkertovka (Hirsch Lekkert, Jewish worker who shot the Vilna governor in 1902), Merezhinka (Abram Merezhin, chairman of the European Union Communist Party of the Bolsheviks (Bolsheviks), deputy chairman of the Committee on Land Management working Jews), Zetkino (Klara Zetkin, German politician).

     4. The village Ozetovka or Ozet was named after OZET (Society for Settling Toiling Jews on the Land). The village Tagancha named in memory of a little place called Tagancha (Kanev district, Kiev province), in which in 1919 there were bloody pogroms. The surviving Jews left Tagancha.

     5. Some settlements are named with numbers of the plots (uchastok, shortened uch.) on which they were located.

     6. Several settlements had Russian names. For example Novyy Put (New Way).


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