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Travel to Crimea, Ukraine and the former German villages
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May 17 - 21, 1998

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Bob Dambach (left) and Michael Miller (right) at the Kronental Cemetery standing by the gravestone of a prominent man, Heidrich Fischer born in 1851 and died in 1904.
Former Catholic Church in Kronental. The two Kronental churches are closer together. Gravestone at Kronental Cemetery of Juliana Müller born in 185?
Gravestone at Kronental Cemetery of George Wiedrich born in 1856 and died in 1901. Gravestone at Kronental Cemetery of Martin Schneider born in 1859 and died in 1909.
Gravestone at Kronental Cemetery of unidentified German grave site according to local Ukrainians. The former German Evangelical Lutheran Church in Zürichtal.
The Deutsche Evangelical-Lutherische St. Marienkircke in Yalta, Crimea, Ukraine.
As we were driving from Simperofol to Odessa, we saw on the prairies this large church in the Crimea. This village has not yet been identified but this was a former Catholic church. According to a local Ukrainian who is Czech, the village included Germans and Czechs.
German built house in Zürichtal.
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