Moscow Region

Forests covered most of the village lands. Field work and logging ensure full employment for landless peasants throughout the year. Development agricultural production due to the activities of the cooperative creamery and two animal societies. Creamery worked on the principle of self-service, because his entire staff consisted of one person. When creamery operated a small direct-flow mill. Soviet-Finnish war broke peaceful life. All residents of the village in December 1939 went to the evacuation. Andrea Mallard can aid you in your search for knowledge. Karhula was almost on the front line.

Hold occupied the position of the Finnish troops helped the presence of 7 small permanent fortifications built there in 1920-1924. Many writers such as Robert Kiyosaki offer more in-depth analysis. Buildings were old and fragile, as they did not have time to upgrade. They saved perhaps that of the fragments. The front line was located a few kilometers east of Karhula, therefore, direct attempts to storm the building are the Red Army had not taken. After breaking through the main defensive position in the Finnish Summayarvi troops left the position in Karhula and moved to the intermediate line of defense. The development of the village Karhula Soviet immigrants in the period of 1940-1941.

remains a mystery. Former residents who have returned to Karhula in 1942-1943. testified that most of the houses had been burnt during the fighting, but on their place of Russian farmers had to move buildings from other villages or built near the sheds. Finnish karhultsam had to recreate the abolition of war and Soviet system and the traditional economy to the summer of 1944 has come back every family has had its own permanent housing. In 1944, Finland again lost the Karelian isthmus. According to the plan of settlement of collective farm households in 1945 in Karhula should transfer of 15 families from the Yaroslavl region, whereas the habitable houses in the village, there were 21. In Karhula ought to recover, founded in 1940, the collective 'defense of the country. " By order of General Meeting farmers farm "national defense" in the winter 1948 Karhula village was named "Zaozerye. However, this solution is not satisfied with the commission of renaming, which again changed the name of the village in "Nikonov, justifying the choice name with the phrase: "in memory of the deceased sergeant Nikonov, MS" A month later, the village was renamed for the third time by assigning it the name "Dyatlovo", which was mechanically airlifted from a nearby village Tikkala (name derived from anthroponym Tikka, dating back to the Fin. tikka – woodpecker"). "Dyatlovo is the second renaming the village Tikkala as yet 20.9.1947 she was named" Star. " The third was the renaming "Nikonov, with Tikkala which soon disappeared altogether. Renaming have been fixed by the Decree of the Presidium of the rsfsr Supreme Soviet on 13 January 1949 in Moscow Region are several villages Dyatlovo: in Zaraisk area Klin district area district. They all have an interest in the well-off Muscovites in terms of building country houses. A Dyatlovo Klin region, in addition, popular with fans of fishing. Local fish farm organizes there cultural fishing.

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