We have no information about the complaints, only letters from individual persons on the Wiesenseite complaining about the lack of food.
The following lists from Village Committees covering the distribution of clothing were received by the National Lutheran Council. The list is signed by Church Council Pres. Kuenstler: Weinberger, Sittner, Secretary Kufeld. Vorrath, Secretary P.
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List signed by Secretary Johannes Kufeld. Schoolmaster H. Lehmann reports 47 items of clothing distributed.
List signed by the Pres. Gaus, Andr. Herdt, Heinr. Fischer, Weinberger. Signed by: Gottlieb, from August Mueller, Schweigert, representatives.
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Church representatives: Boelsch, Knaub, Al. Anschuetz, Sexton. All of these distributions began in mid September Pastor Seydlitz writes that up to now only a third of his Parish has received clothing and only 1 piece per family. In order to avoid offense the clothing was given out by drawing names, all were included. Those who were unlucky have to wait until next time. The lists show persons who were able to receive clothing.
Sexton Wegelin verified that the distribution was correct. Parish Osinowka. List signed by: Ch. Diets and Schoolteacher W. In Lipowkut Urbach items of clothing were received for distribution. Distribution Committee: J. Goldmann, J. Pfister, J. In Schaefer 17 items of clothing were distributed. The list signed by Church Council members H. Gerber, Hermann and Ertel. Podstepnaia Rosenheim.
The list shows a distribution of items of clothing. Chariman Velde. Swanarewkut Stahl am Karaman. A bundle of 77 items of clothing was distributed. Secretary G.
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Klautz verified the correct recipients and the distribution. Neu-Bauer , Friedenfelder Parish. Distribution attested by Church elder Schwartzkopf and Schoolmaster Simon. Meinhard , Raesanowka Parish. A completed list of those who were distributed 56 clothing items. In Irlowskoi 48 children who were confirmed were given clothing. In Baskakowka Kind a report from 2 October shows 72 persons, men and women, shared in the clothing distribution.
Members of the Church Council: Fr.
Rothermel, J. Voelk, F. Loos, D. Koppel, name obscured. The list was signed by the following members of the Church Council: Th. Reusch, Mchl. Reutz, H.
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On 19 September , 87 girl's dresses and boy's shirts and trousers were distributed, in addition, items of used clothing were given out to the neediest of the village. The list is singed b Pastor Feldbach and Schoolmaster Kromm.
In Neu Straub there was received for distribution: boy's and girl's clothing, ; mixed clothing, On 17 October there was a further distribution of clothing made: 96 girl's dresses, boy's shirts and boy's trousers; items of used clothing. In addition, smaller articles such as caps, bundles of socks, children's things, etc, 41 items. Rudy, P. Sosnowka Schilling. Pastor Guenther reports that on 15 September and 4 October , he received 20 and 40 clothing items for distressed children in Sosnowka.
The report is signed by members of the Church Council: J. Those are all of the clothing lists that we presently have on hand. Hopefully the rest will arrive soon and the unrest will gradually subside. In the aforementioned villages, food was also distributed. Established seller since Seller Inventory IQ Shipped from UK.
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View all copies of this ISBN edition:. Synopsis It is the year in a land far different from the Germany today, a land ruled by feudal princes and religious zealots. Buy New Learn more about this copy. The climate of the Volga basin changes significantly from north to south. From its source to the Kama confluence , it lies within a temperate climatic zone characterized by a cold, snowy winter and a warm, rather humid summer.
From the Kama to below the Volga Hills, hot, dry summers and cold winters with little snow prevail. Toward the south and east, temperatures increase and precipitation decreases. Annual rainfall ranges from 25 inches millimetres on the northwest to 12 inches on the southeast. Evaporation of precipitation ranges from 20 inches in the northwest to eight inches in the southeast.
The upper and middle courses of the Volga begin to freeze at the end of November, the lower reaches in December. The ice breaks up at Astrakhan in mid-March, at Kamyshin at the beginning of April, and everywhere else in mid-April. The Volga is generally free of ice for about days each year and for about days near Astrakhan. As great masses of water accumulated within the reservoirs constructed during the Soviet period, however, the temperature regime of the Volga was so changed that the duration of ice increased on the headwaters of the reservoirs and decreased on the stretches below the dams.
A string of huge dams and reservoirs now line the Volga and its major tributary, the Kama River , converting them from free-flowing rivers to chains of man-made lakes. All the reservoir complexes include hydroelectric power stations and navigation locks. The uppermost complex on the Volga, the Ivankovo , with a reservoir covering square miles, was completed in , and the next complex, at Uglich 96 square miles , was put into operation in The Rybinsk Reservoir , completed in and encompassing an area of about 1, square miles, was the first of the large reservoir projects.
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