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Germans
modern ethnic GermansGermans. It is not to be confused with the ancient GermanicGermanic tribes. For other uses, see GermansGermans (disambiguation). GermansGermans (German: Deutsche)
Apr 29th 2017



Baltic Germans
Baltic Germans are almost extinct as a geographically-determined ethnic group. The largest groups of present-day descendants of the Baltic Germans are found
Apr 26th 2017



Sudeten Germans
information on ethnic Germans in Slovakia, see Carpathian Germans. German Bohemians, later known as the Sudeten Germans, were ethnic Germans living in the lands
Feb 14th 2017



Afro-Germans
Cologne have an increasing number of Afro-Germans. As of 2005[update], there were approximately 800,000 Afro-Germans in a nation of 80 million persons. This
Apr 28th 2017



Germans of Romania
Germans The Germans of Romania or Rumaniendeutsche are an ethnic group of Romania. During the interwar period in Romania, the total number of ethnic Germans amounted
Apr 20th 2017



History of Germans in Russia, Ukraine and the Soviet Union
212 Germans were enumerated in Russia (2002 Russian census), making Germans the fifth largest ethnic group in that country. There were 353,441 Germans in
Apr 25th 2017



Flight and expulsion of Germans (1944–50)
people from Eastern Europe and settle the area with Germans. The post war expulsion of the Germans formed a major part of the geopolitical and ethnic reconfiguration
Apr 28th 2017



Germans of Hungary
Slovakia, and several former Yugoslav republics). Germans Hungarian Germans refers to the descendants of Germans who immigrated to the Carpathian Basin and surrounding
Apr 9th 2017



Volga Germans
some ethnic Germans to the West. In the late 1980s and 1990s, many of the remaining ethnic Germans moved from the Soviet Union to Germany. In 1762
Apr 25th 2017



Earl of St Germans
(1761–1823) (created Earl of St Germans in 1815) John Eliot, 1st Earl of St Germans (1761–1823) William Eliot, 2nd Earl of St Germans (1767–1845) Edward Granville
Jan 12th 2017



Expulsion of Germans from Czechoslovakia
The expulsion of Germans from Czechoslovakia after World War II was part of a series of evacuations and expulsions of Germans from Central and Eastern
Apr 16th 2017



Crimea Germans
Crimea-Germans">The Crimea Germans (German: Krimdeutsche) were ethnic German settlers who were invited to settle in the Crimea as part of the East Colonization. From
Nov 9th 2016



Bukovina Germans
Bukovina-Germans">The Bukovina Germans were a German ethnic group who lived from about 1780 to 1940 in the historic Bukovina region, part of present-day western Ukraine
Apr 6th 2017



Germans in Omaha, Nebraska
Germany. Germans created and maintained a high cultural, social and political profile locally and nationally through the 1930s. In 1890, Germans comprised
Apr 3rd 2017



German Brazilians
immigration was Santa Catarina, the only state where Germans were the main nationality among immigrants. Germans and Austrians were about 50% of all immigrants
Mar 15th 2017



German Americans
Company settled thousands of German pioneers in French Louisiana during 1721. It encouraged Germans, particularly Germans of the Alsatian region who had
Apr 24th 2017



Germans in Paraguay
large group of Germans who immigrated to Paraguay are Russian-MennonitesRussian Mennonites, Germans who immigrated to Russia under the rule of the ethnic German Czarina Catherine
Sep 25th 2016



Germans of Kazakhstan
Germans">The Germans of Kazakhstan (German: Kasachstandeutsche) are a minority in Kazakhstan, and make up a small percentage of the population. Today they live
Apr 25th 2017



Germans in Bulgaria
settlement of Germans in Bulgaria has a long and eventful history and comprises several waves, the earliest in the Middle Ages. Many Germans passed through
Apr 28th 2017



Germans in the United Kingdom
Germans have been coming to live in the United Kingdom for hundreds of years. Today, there are many Germans living in the United Kingdom, and many Britons
Mar 20th 2017



Carpathian Germans
the First World War, only the Germans of Slovakia (the Slovak Germans or Slowakeideutsche, including the Zipser Germans) and those of Carpathian Ruthenia
Mar 25th 2017



German Argentine
from Germany between 1946 and 1952. See also: Germans---------------------------------Upon">Volga Germans Upon the invitation of Catherine the Great, 25,000 Germans immigrated
Apr 23rd 2017



German diaspora
living abroad without German citizenship but defining themselves as Germans (culturally or ethnically speaking). Ethnic Germans are a minority group in
Mar 30th 2017



Germans of Yugoslavia
as the year 375. The first Germans settled in areas of former Yugoslavia approximately 800 years ago. The majority of Germans in the area lived in the Danube
Apr 28th 2017



Germans in Korea
GermansGermans in Korea have a long history, though they have never formed a significant population. The first German to set foot on Korean soil, in 1832, was
Mar 5th 2017



Bessarabia Germans
Sea Germans who settled to the east of Odessa, and from the Dobrujan Germans. The most prominent person of Bessarabian ancestry is the former German President
Nov 29th 2016



Black Sea Germans
similar group of German settlers (the Bessarabia Germans, Crimea Germans, Dobrujan Germans, the Russian Mennonites, and the Volga Germans), who were separate
Apr 1st 2017



German
German(s) may refer to: The German language, mainly spoken in Germany, Austria and Switzerland Something derived from or related to Germany Germans, an
Mar 12th 2017



East Germany
East Germany considered West Germans and West Berliners to be foreigners following the promulgation of its second constitution in 1968. West Germans, the
Apr 24th 2017



Germany
million German civilians. German territorial losses resulted in the expulsion of circa 12 million of ethnic Germans from Eastern Europe. Germany ceded roughly
Apr 29th 2017



West Germany
abandoned by East Germany and West Germans and West Berliners were officially considered foreigners. In the early 1970s, starting in the East German Neues Deutschland
Apr 14th 2017



German Australians
"March Revolution" in Germany, a substantial number of Germans emigrated to Australia. See Forty-Eighters in Australia. Many Germans had emigrated to Australia
Feb 25th 2017



German minority in Poland
2002 census, most of the Germans in Poland (92.9%) live in Silesia: 104,399 in the Opole Voivodeship, i.e. 71.0% of all Germans in Poland and a share of
Mar 19th 2017



German Namibians
South-West-AfricaSouth West Africa (German: Deutsch-Südwestafrika). Small numbers of Germans subsequently immigrated there, many coming as soldiers (German: Schutztruppe)
Apr 27th 2017



List of terms used for Germans
Hun as British-ArmyBritish Army slang for German. British soldiers employed a variety of epithets for the Germans. "Fritz", a German pet form of Friedrich, was popular
Mar 23rd 2017



List of Germans
This is a list of notable GermansGermans or German-speaking or -writing persons. Persons of mixed heritage have their respective ancestries credited. This is
Apr 5th 2017



Germans of Croatia
the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, the Germans of Croatia became a minority. In 1920, Germans established the cultural association Kulturbund
Apr 28th 2017



Flight and expulsion of Germans from Poland during and after World War II
expulsion of Germans from Poland was the largest of a series of flights and expulsions of Germans in Europe during and after World War II. The German population
Mar 9th 2017



St Germans
St Germans may refer to:- St Germans, Cornwall Bishop of St Germans St German's Priory St Germans railway station St Germans River St Germans (UK Parliament
May 16th 2016



History of the Germans in Baltimore
Baltimore's-GermansBaltimore's Germans, 1976. German-Meat-Products">Binkert's German Meat Products website [1] German-American Organizations in Maryland Percentage of Germans in Baltimore
Dec 29th 2016



Germans of Serbia
Germans">The Germans of Serbia (Serbian: Nemci u Srbiji/Немци у Србији, German: Serbiendeutsche) are an ethnic minority of Serbia which numbers 4,064 people according
Apr 3rd 2017



Dobrujan Germans
majority of the 16,000 Dobrujan Germans, as well as the Bessarabian and Bukovina Germans, were relocated into Germany. This was done under the motto:
Apr 27th 2017



German Canadians
Adam Giesinger, "Germans The Germans from Russia-Who-PioneeredRussia Who Pioneered in Saskatchewan," Journal of the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia, Summer 1984
Apr 26th 2017



German Texan
deutscher Einwanderer, the Society for the Protection of German Immigrants in Texas) by a group of Germans dedicated to colonizing Texas in the 1800s. A large
Feb 17th 2017



St Germans, Cornwall
Lynher; the water way from St-GermansSt Germans to the Hamoaze is also known as St-GermansSt Germans River. It takes its name from the St. German's Priory, generally associated
Apr 3rd 2017



German language
Dakota (Hutterite Germans, Mennonites, Russian Germans, Volga Germans, and Baltic Germans), South Dakota, Montana, Texas (Texas German), Wisconsin, Indiana
Apr 29th 2017



North Schleswig Germans
in German. This minority of Germans hold Danish citizenship and self-identify as ethnic Germans. They continue to use German and South Jutlandic as their
Dec 7th 2016



German nationality law
Hungary: 131,951 ethnic Germans (1.9% of Hungarian population, Census 2011) South Africa: 75,000[citation needed] Romania: Germans ethnics 36,884 (2011
Apr 15th 2017



Nazi Germany
their classification. To separate Germans and foreign workers, the Nazis issued a ban on sexual relations between Germans and foreign workers. Women played
Apr 27th 2017



Turks in Germany
TurksTurks in GermanyGermany, also referred to as German TurksTurks and Turkish-GermansTurkish Germans, (German: Türken in DeutschlandDeutschland or Deutsch-Türken; Turkish: Almanya'da yaşayan Türkler
Apr 10th 2017





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