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Click on Resources icon to see what information is available about the people from the village.

Click on Today icon to read about a trip to Alexandertal in 2001.

Click on History icon to read the history of the village

Click on Coordinator icon to see who the village research coordinator for Alexandertal is.

Click on Surname icon to see a list of surnames of people at Alexandertal.

Click on Researchers icon to see who is researching people from Alexandertal

Click on the Pictures icon to see pictures of people from Alexandertal.



Alexandertal was a German Russian settlement in the Volga River region south of Saratov. The village was settled in 1853 by people from the village of Schilling (Sosnovka). The village was also known as Neu-Schilling, or New Schilling.

Click on History to read additional information about Alexandertal

Below is a map of the German Russian villages in the vicinity of Alexandertal.

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