[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] German migrants from Bug River to Siberia, 1912

Edie Adam edieadam at gmail.com
Tue Apr 7 13:58:23 PDT 2015

Hello Dick, I don't know the source of the article on Wikipedia. But Jerry
Frank did a presentation several years ago on this subject of Germans who
left Volhynia for Siberia. I see from the SGGEE website that it was in 2009
in Milwaukee and that it was printed in December Journal that year.

Edie Adam

On Mon, Apr 6, 2015 at 12:07 PM, Richard Benert <benovich at live.com> wrote:

> I have just discovered an article in Wikipedia, “History of Germans in
> Russia, Ukraine and the Soviet Union,” in which is a link to an article on
> 39 German families (“Bug Hollanders”) who migrated from the Bug River area
> to Siberia in 1912.  The article is in Russian, but a right click allows
> you to see a machine translation into English (in other words, not very
> good, but you get the gist of it).
> http://www.strana-oz.ru/2005/6/buzhskie-golendry
> Does anyone know who wrote this Wikipedia article?  it was last updated on
> March 28, so someone is paying attention.  It has some significant flaws,
> however.
> Dick Benert
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