Books and Monographs

THE GERMAN COLONIES IN SOUTH RUSSIA 1804 TO 1904, Volume I and II - by Conrad P. Keller, trans. by A. Becker, 1980. Volume I depicts the circumstances and history of the first German colonies in South Russia. It provides a historic geographical overview of all the Black Sea mother colonies, with a more detailed account of the Liebental colonies, particularly the Catholic villages of Kleinliebental, Josephstal, Mariental, and Franzfeld. Volume II describes the ecclesiastical, political, geographical, and statistical situation of the Catholic German Beresan villages of Landau, Speier, Sulz, Karlsruhe, Katharinental, Rastadt, and München. Hard cover - Volume I, 239 pages – Volume II, 289 pages.

 


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