This is a gazetteer of the geographic locations that are important to the history of the Volga Germans worldwide. It is intended to help researchers identify a locale regardless of the names by which it has been known throughout the years.

Most of the settlements in Russia have been known by a variety of names in both the Russian and German languages, and these names have had a variety of spellings throughout the years. Russian uses the Cyrillic alphabet while German uses the Latin alphabet. Translation/transliteration between these two alphabets is further complicated by the fact that today there are at least five primary languages spoken by the Volga Germans and their descendants: German, Russian, English, Spanish, and Portuguese. While the primary language of this website is English, it is hoped that this gazetteer will be useful in all languages.

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Names See
Яблоновка (Original Colonies) Lauwe
Ягодна (Original Colonies) Yagodnaya Polyana
Ягодная Поляна (Original Colonies) Yagodnaya Polyana
Ягодное (Daughter Colonies) Neu-Yagodnaya-Polyana
Ягодное, Азовский район, Омская область (Siberia) (Russia) Yagodnoye, Azov District, Omsk Oblast (Siberia)
Ямское (Daughter Colonies) Katharinental
Ямы (Daughter Colonies) Katharinental
Ястребовка (Original Colonies) Zug
Ястребово (Original Colonies) Zug