Bergthal Colony (Russia)

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Battleground (1223) of the River Kalke (Mongolians against Russians)

This photo is of the battleground near the river Kalke between the Russians and Mongolians in 1223. This is near the Bergthal Colony, Kamennaja Magila, the Black Hills of Bergthal area (about 6 miles N.W. of Bergthal itself). In this photo is a wet field with water sitting on it. A lone telephone pole in the center and mountains in the background.

Battleground (1223) of the River Kalke (Mongolians against Russians)

This photo is of the battleground near the river Kalke between the Russians and Mongolians in 1223. This is near the Bergthal Colony, Kamennaja Magila, the Black Hills of Bergthal area (about 6 miles N.W. of Bergthal itself). In this photo is a wet field with water sitting on it. A person is standing on the left hand side with a lone telephone pole in the center and mountains in the background.

Bergthal Colony, Russia official church seal.

This photo is of the Bergthal Colony's official church seal. Words are around the outside, which say "Siegel Der Mennoniten Gemeinde Zu Bergthal". In the centre are two figures [fishing?]. Photo used by William Schroeder in his book "The Bergthal Colony, revised edition", 1986. Original in David Stoesz family diary volume 159 file 2, near end of the book.

Stoesz, Dennis

Kamennaya Mogila Bergthal Russia

This photo is of the escarpment, geological land formation, near the former Mennonite colony of Bergthal in the Ukraine known as Kamennaya Mogila. -- Note: this is a digital enlargement of the original. Schroeder has written more about this in "Preservings" June 2003.

Schroeder, Bill

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