Did you know that there was a kind of little Germany among Ukrainian Volhynia at one time?
What number of German-speaking population here was over 200 thousand?
Have you ever seen one of the most powerful defenses during World War II?
Another expedition of the HASCHI project in the footsteps of German colonists in the Zhytomyr region, attempts to open such a little-known page of Ukrainian history, unknown Ukraine, Ukraine without cosmetics are all in our new series.
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00:00 Gul mine
15:09 conversation with a resident of the village of Gulsk
19:40 abandoned bridge among the fields
21:00 about German colonists, the village of Novozelene
23:11 abandoned house with a thatched roof
28:48 German cemetery in the woods
31:32 the deserted house survived
34:53 history of German colonists in Volhynia
41:45 Polish cemetery
42:53 Polyanivka, an abandoned old village club
45:24 beavers are to blame for everything
47:25 positive grandmother, mentions of colonists
56:00 broken monument, German cemetery
57:50 descendants of Germans in the village of Novooleksandrivka
58:07 wooden church in the village of Sorochen
01:05:18 Envy (Neudorf), an old brick church
01:08:43 Yasna Polyana, the old dryer of the German colonists
01:09:59 bombing of airships, near Pulin