Krivoe Ozero ( Ukrainian: Krivoe Ozero ) is an urban-type settlement in the Nikolaev region of Ukraine , the district center of Krivoozersky district .
|Ukrainian Creve Lake|
|History and Geography|
|Timezone||UTC + 2 , in summer UTC + 3|
|Population||7 583  people ( 2019 )|
|Telephone code||+380 5133|
|Car code||BE NOT / 15|
- 1 Geographical location
- 2 History
- 3 famous people
- 4 notes
- 5 Links
Located on the banks of the Kodyma River.
The highway St. Petersburg - Vitebsk - Kiev - Odessa - Motorway E 95 (in Ukraine - the M-05 highway) passes through Krivoye Ozero.
Founded in the second half of the XVIII century . It got its name from a lake with uneven, winding shores formed in ancient times by the confluence of old river channels . The first inhabitants of the village were immigrants from Moldova , who settled on the left bank of Kodyma . These lands belonged to the tycoon Lubomirsky , who allowed the small nobility and Moldovans to settle here, as well as fugitive serfs, providing them with some temporary benefits  ("settlements" for several years, during which they used the land, but did not serve their duties). After the grace period ended, new settlers fell into complete dependence on the owner. The right bank of Kodyma was mastered by immigrants from Northern Ukraine and the Cossacks. Petty officers, sent by the Zaporizhzhya Kosh to this area in 1764 and 1767 in order to find out about the presence of settlements here and the composition of their population, reported the so-called Khan's settlement, which "... was established by the village in 1762" [1706, p. 44]. In 1764, there were 40 huts in it [1840, p. 167]. The settlement was considered the property of the Khan kaymakan Yakub-agi, who set his own taxes here: / 454/9 Turkish levki from the plow and one each from the sowing furrow [1588, p. 29]. Since 1765, Yakub-aga began to collect another 7 levkas from each yard. In addition, local residents, as well as the population of the rest of the “khan settlements”, were taxed with quitrents in favor of the khan (a tenth of the profit from cattle breeding and crafts) [1746, p. 95-96].
In December 1919, in the town of Krivoye Ozero, the Kozakova gang staged a pogrom of the Jewish population, about six hundred people were slaughtered  .
During the Great Patriotic War , in 1941-1944, the village was under German-Romanian occupation and was part of the Transnistria Governorate .
In January 1989, the population was11 399 people  .
In May 1995, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the decision to privatize ATP -14841 located in the village  .
As of January 1, 2013, the population was 7909 people  .
Bibergan was born in the village , David Abramovich (1902-1973) - a Soviet military and statesman.
He studied at the Krivoozersk school in the 1920s. Soviet and Russian historian Valentin Mikhailovich Kovalchuk (07/22/1916 - 10/04/2013), author of the book “War and blockade”, father of the Russian oligarch Kovalchuk Yuri Valentinovich (b. 1951), included in the US sanctions list.
- number of the explicit population of Ukraine on 1 September 2019 rock. State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Kiev, 2019.p. 53
- History of Cities and Villages of the Ukrainian SSR Tom Nikolaev Region 1510, p. 109
- Ukraine. Jews of Ukraine 1914-1920
- All-Union Population Census 1989. * The element of a bulleted list of the size of the urban population of the Union republics, their territorial units, urban settlements and urban areas by gender
- " 426503 Krivoozerske ATP-14841 "
Postanova of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No. 343a vid 15 grass 1995 p. “Change of ownership, which is necessary to privatize privatization in 1995”
- number of the explicit population of Ukraine on 1 September 2013. State Statistics Service of Ukraine. Kiev, 2013.
- The account card on the website of the Verkhovna Rada (in Ukrainian)
- Krzywe jezioro (Polish) in the Geographical Dictionary of the Kingdom of Poland and other Slavic countries , volume IV (Kęs - Kutno) from 1883
- https://books.google.com.ua/books?id=i3YrDwAAQBAJ&pg=PT3&lpg=PT3&dq=Михаил+Иванович+Ковальчук&source=bl&ots=o4AWsc2_ej&sig=naxk6aUIrMJzZKx6X9knTWTlez8&hl=ru&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwillNKKrP_YAhWSK1AKHdEEBhcQ6AEIOzAG#v=onepage&q=Михаил%20Иванович%20Ковальчук&f= fals