Halbstadt (Molotschna, Russia)



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AMR in Halbstadt, Molotschna

This is a photo of a group of younger children standing separated from a group of adults and older children in the archway of a one-storey building in Halbstadt. There are some unidentified AMR workers and a car (or truck) on the picture.

AMR kitchen in Halbstadt

This is a photo of a large group of people, many of them children, some with pails, in front of a building in Halbstadt, Molotschna. They are dressed in winter clothing and there is snow on the ground. A big man, holding a briefcase, is watching ...

AMR kitchen in Halbstadt

This is a photo of a group of about 50 people in winter garb lined up alongside a building which housed the kitchen for the American Mennonite Relief. Some Relief workers are standing at the entrance doors.

AMR tractors in Halbstadt

This is a photo of several tractors in action on a large open field in the Halbstadt, Molotschna, area in Russia, with a number of workers and onlookers roaming about. The tractors were provided by the American Mennonite Relief.

Abraham Unruh seated with his guitar

The 18 year old Abraham Unruh, Alida’s maternal uncle, is seated with his guitar. Abraham was the brother of Anna Unruh, Alida’s mother. The photo was taken Aug. 22, 1943 and sent to Anna Unruh who was living in Leipzig, Germany at that time. Abra...

American Mennonite Relief

This file consists of the following items:1) C.E. Krehbiel, "Notes on my Relief Trip to Russia" 1922. Box 2402) C. E. Krehbiel, Report on Ukrainian Mennonites, 1922, 1923. Box 2403) Correspondence and Reports Box 2404) Halbstadt Statist...

Krehbiel, C.E., 1869-1948

Anna (Wiens) Rempel, grandmother of Elfrieda

  • CA MAO M2004D 12
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  • 1943

Anna (Wiens) Rempel, grandmother of Elfrieda (Gossen) Dyck, was a teacher and principal of a large kindergarten in Halbstadt. Anna’s husband Dietrich was taken away in 1941 with all the other men of the area. They were sent to Siberia where they d...


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