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Emigration to and from the German-Russian Volga Colonies By Darrel Philip Kaiser
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This book covers the emigration of the "Catherine the Great" Germans into the Volga River area in the mid to late 1700's, the movement of the Volga German-Russians further east of the Volga... More > River into Russia's Steppes, the western exodus of the Volga German-Russians to the United States, Canada, Germany, Brazil and Argentina in the late 1800's and early 1900's, the Stalin ordered deportation of all Volga German-Russians to Siberia in the 1940's, and their final emigrations back to Germany and their long gone Volga River Colonies. This is my fourth book on the history of the Volga Colonies. See all my books at my websites, www.Volga-Germans.com & www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com< Less
Emigration to and from the German-Russian Volga Colonies By Darrel Philip Kaiser
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This book covers the emigration of the "Catherine the Great" Germans into the Volga River area in the mid to late 1700's, the movement of the Volga German-Russians further east of the Volga... More > River into Russia's Steppes, the western exodus of the Volga German-Russians to the United States, Canada, Germany, Brazil and Argentina in the late 1800's and early 1900's, the Stalin ordered deportation of all Volga German-Russians to Siberia in the 1940's, and their final emigrations back to Germany and their long gone Volga River Colonies. This is my fourth book on the history of the Volga Colonies.< Less
Emigration to and from the German-Russian Volga Colonies By D. Philipp Kaiser
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This book covers the emigration of the "Catherine the Great" Germans into the Volga River area in the mid to late 1700's, the movement of the Volga German-Russians further east of the Volga... More > River into Russia's Steppes, the western exodus of the Volga German-Russians to the United States, Canada, Germany, Brazil and Argentina in the late 1800's and early 1900's, the Stalin ordered deportation of all Volga German-Russians to Siberia in the 1940's, and their final emigrations back to Germany and their long gone Volga River Colonies. This is my fourth book on the history of the Volga Colonies. See all my books at www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com< Less
The Burgenländer Emigration to America By Walter Dujmovits
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The authorized English translation of the 3rd edition of "Die Amerika-Wanderung der Burgenländer," the definitive history of emigration of Burgenländers to the Americas by the... More > leading authority on the subject, Hofrat Dr. Walter Dujmovits, president of the Burgenländische Gemeinschaft. The third (German) edition, published in 2012, is the culmination of more than fifty years of research. Chapters include: Emigration from Burgenland as Part of European Emigration; Socio-Economic Reasons for Emigration; Periods of Emigration; Emigration from Burgenland by Region; Burgenländer Colonies in America; Biographies of Immigrants from Burgenland; A Who’s Who of Prominent Emigrants from Burgenland; Burgenländer Organizations in America; and Building Bridges between Burgenland and America. Includes extensive Statistics and Appendices (first emigrants by village, emigration milestones, index of referenced villages, and a large collection of supporting illustrations, documents and photographs).< Less
Go West, Young German! By Gottfried Luderer
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Memoirs and Reflections youth in Nazi Germany, high school from the end of World War II in the GDR, then in Braunschweig, in the Federal Republic; studying electrical engineering, computer engineer.... More > tramp around Europe in the fifties. experiences from early computer age. emigration to USA. reflections on religion, politics, English language, America some philosophizing about life.< Less
Go West, Young German! By Gottfried Luderer
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Memoirs and Reflections youth in Nazi Germany, high school from the end of World War II in the GDR, then in Braunschweig, in the Federal Republic; studying electrical engineering, computer engineer.... More > tramp around Europe in the fifties. experiences from early computer age. emigration to USA. reflections on religion, politics, English language, America some philosophizing about life.< Less
GEORGE ANTON SCHAEFFER: Shipping Germans for Brazil By Lee B Croft
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Dr. George Anton Schaeffer leaves Russia in 1813 after being involved in a secret plan of Tsar Alexander I to have a giant shark-shaped, hydrogen-filled, balloon made to drop timed-fuse explosives on... More > Napoleon Bonaparte and his invading army in 1812. As part of a Russian-American-Company-chartered circumnavigation of the world he is stranded in Sitka, Alaska, from where Russian-American Company Manager Alexander Baranov sends him on a mission to the Hawaiian islands. There he meddles in island politics, becoming a de facto ruler of the island of Kaua'i with its last independent King Kaumuali'i and building forts there in 1816-7 which remain to this day. This book, the THIRD in a trilogy, describes the life of his wife Barbara who waits for him in St. Petersburg for over five years, and his adventures paying the way to Brazil, where he founds a colony called Frankenthal in the Bahia State, of thousands of German mercenaries and emigrant families for Brazilian Emperor Dom Pedro I.< Less
GEORGE ANTON SCHAEFFER: Shipping Germans to Brazil By Lee B Croft
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George Anton Schaeffer leaves Russia in 1813 after being involved in a secret plan of Tsar Alexander I to have a giant shark-shaped, hydrogen filled, balloon made to drop timed-fuse explosives on... More > Napoleon Bonaparte and his invading army in 1812. As part of a Russian-American-Company-chartered circumnavigation of the world he is stranded in Sitka, Alaska, from where Russian-American Manager Alexander Baranov sends him on a mission to the Hawaiian Islands. There he meddles in island politics, becoming the de facto ruler of Kaua'i with its last independent King Kaumuali'i and building forts there in 1816-7 which remain to this day. This book, the THIRD in a trilogy, describes the life of his wife Barbara who waits for him in St. Petersburg for over five years, and his adventures paying the way to Brazil, where he founds a colony called Frankenthal in the Bahia State, of thousands of German mercenaries and emigrant families for Brazilian Emperor Dom Pedro I.< Less
We Came from Wolgadeutscher (Volga German) Children's Book By D. Philipp Kaiser
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This children’s book (ages 8-12) is a fictional story about a German Family's journey in the mid 1760's. It follows as they move from their home to the Russian Volga River Colonies, and as... More > their descendants live and prosper on the Volga. It ends about 1900 as their children's children leave the Volga to settle in America. The story line is much the same as in my series of 10 historical novels, but is written from a child’s interests and view. It is true as far as the dates and facts that we know about Wolgadeutscher (Volga Germans). You may wonder why I wrote this book. Simply, everything today is about ‘sanitized’ facts… just data that does not carry the emotion or feeling, the trial and tribulation, or success and failure in life. I hope this book helps the children see the true story, the real lives of our German-Russian Volga Ancestors… so those that came before, and what they did for us, will live on within us forever. Text Readability Level 5 - Easy Reading - Ages 8-12. More www.DarrelKaiserBooks.com< Less
We Came from Wolgadeutscher (Volga German) Children's Book By D. Philipp Kaiser
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This children's book (ages 8-12) is a fictional story about a German Family's journey in the mid 1760's. The story follows their move from their home for the Russian Volga River Colonies,and as their... More > descendants live and prosper on the Volga.It ends about 1900 as their children's children finally leave the Volga and settle in new homes in America. The story line is much the same as in my series of 10 historical novels, but is written from a child’s interests and view. It is true as far as the general dates and facts that we know about the Wolgadeutscher. You may wonder why I wrote this book. Simply, everything today is about ‘sanitized’ facts… just data that does not carry the emotion or feeling, the trial and tribulation, or success and failure in life.I hope this book will help the children see the true story, the real lives of our German-Russian Volga Ancestors… so those that came before, and what they did for us, will live on within us forever. Text Readability Level 5 - Easy Reading - Ages 8-12< Less