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Simply a rain was washed off by all garbage in water.

Before the Revolution куйбышево was called Tsarakonstantinovka to which was attached a village Kamenka.

Based on the position on the map, I think this was the Stavok of the destroyed Jewish colony Trudoliubovka, shadows of its housed destroyed in the 1919 pogrom can be seen on the satellite image to the east of this Stavok.

What is this ? Do you have any more photos of Proletarskoe ?

Chaim Freedman chaimjan@zahav.net.il

The Jewish colony Kobilnye adjacent to Sladkovodnaya was established in 1852 by Jewish settlers from Chernigov Guberniya (Nezhin) and Grodno Guberniya (Sokolka). See documents and photos on the site http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/ColoniesofUkraine/ My great-grandmother of the Pogorelsky family was born there in 1865 so the place certaily existed. There is even a Jewish cemetery there. Many Jews were murdered there during the Holocaust.

Здравствуйте, antoli. Я слышал о том, что есть братская могила в Любимовке, но к сожалению не смог туда съездить прошлым летом. Место захоронения, скорее всего, не менялось с 1943го года. В будущем году надеюсь отыскать его.

Former Jewish colony, also known as Myadler after the twon in Lithuania where the original settlers came from. http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/ColoniesofUkraine/

Was former Jewish Colony Kranoselka, known also as "Driter Numer". http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/ColoniesofUkraine/

Was formerly Jewish agricultural colony Nadezhnaya, Jewish name "Der Vilna" - because the original settlers came from Vilna (Vilnius), Lithuania. See http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/ColoniesofUkraine/

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