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A Minority Problem in Germany by Roy Mellor

Saturday 29 November 2014 at 01:59 am

This article appeared in The Scottish Geographical Magazine, a publication of The Royal Scottish Geographical Society, 10 Randolph Circle, Edinburg. (Vol.,  79, No. 1; April, 1963, pg. 49 ff.)

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Lusicki Srbi by a Yugoslav Correspondent

Saturday 29 November 2014 at 12:45 am

This article appeared in The Scottisch Geographical Magazine, a publication of The Royal Scottish Geographical Society of Terrace, Edinburgh. (Vol., 58, No. 1 March 1942, pg 31 ff.)

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In a Wendish Country by Dr. Maria Beate von Loeben

Wednesday 26 November 2014 at 07:16 am

This article was written in February 1989 by Dr. Maria Beate von Loeben who was born in the village of Kuppritz in 1927 and lived there until 1945. Kuppritz is about five miles east of Bautzen in former East Germany. Dr. von Loeben is an instructor of English at Wurzburg University. In November 1989 the Wall came down and East and West were unified. This article gives a unique view into life as it once was. It was submitted to the TWHS Newsletter by George Boerger who travelled in Germany in the summer of 1990.

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The Wends and the Reformation by Rev Robert Koenig

Sunday 23 November 2014 at 08:49 am

In observance of Dr. Martin Luther's 500th Birthday Anniversary, Nov. 10, 1983, Rev. Robert Koenig was asked to present this Essay at the Nov. 13, 1983 meeting of the Texas Wendish Heritage Society at Serbin.

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