Ethnic German people

Posted Nov 4, 2009
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  1. Alsatian-German people

    Alsatian-German people

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  2. Baltic-German people

    Baltic-German people

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  3. Carpathian German people

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  4. Danube-Swabian people

    Danube-Swabian people

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  6. German Bohemian people

    German Bohemian people

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  7. Hungarian-German people

    Hungarian-German people

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  8. Lorraine-German people

    Lorraine-German people

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  9. Moldavian-German people

    Moldavian-German people

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  10. Ethnic German groups in Romania 0 views

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  11. Russian and Soviet-German people

    Russian and Soviet-German people

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  12. Silesian-German people

    Silesian-German people

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  1. Herta Haas

    Herta Haas


    Herta Haas (29 March 1914 – 5 March 2010) was a Yugoslav Partisan during World War II and the second wife of Josip Broz Tito, leader of the Partisans and a future President of Yugoslavia.

  2. Erwin Guido Kolbenheyer

    Erwin Guido Kolbenheyer


    Erwin Guido Kolbenheyer (December 30, 1878, Budapest - April 12, 1962, Munich) was an Austrian novelist, poet and playwright. Later based in Germany, he belonged to a group of writers that included the likes of Hans Grimm, Rudolf G. Binding, Emil Strauß, Agnes Miegel and Hanns Johst, all of whom found favour under the Nazis.

  3. Johann Christoph Arnold

    Johann Christoph Arnold


    Johann Christoph Arnold (born 1940) is a Christian writer, pastor, and marriage counselor who served as Elder of the Bruderhof Communities between 1983 and 2001. His grandfather, Eberhard Arnold, founded the Bruderhof Communities in 1920 and died in 1935. Before Johann became Elder, the position was held by Heinrich Arnold, his father. In 1995, Johann Arnold wrote an open letter criticizing the Hutterites, a group with which the Bruderhof Communities had been united since 1974, and this letter, which was especially critical of the Hutterite leadership, finalized a split between the two groups that had begun in the early 1990s. Arnold founded Breaking the Cycle of Violence, a conflict resolution program. He opposes remarriage following divorce. He is married to Verena Arnold, who proofreads all of his book manuscripts before they are published. The subjects of his books include marriage, sexual intercourse, parenting, conflict resolution, and death anxiety. Many of these books have become bestsellers and he gives large numbers of copies away for free.

  4. Peter Egner

    Peter Egner


    Peter Egner (1 February 1922 in Yugoslavia – 26 January 2011 in Bellevue, Washington, United States) was born in the former Yugoslavia, a Volksdeutsche who had acquired American citizenship in 1965. He was involved as a member of the Sicherheitsdienst (SD) in the guarding of prisoners at Auschwitz concentration camp and the Holocaust in Yugoslavia. Egner was on the List of Most Wanted Nazi War Criminals of the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

  5. Conrad Letzkau

    Conrad Letzkau


    Conrad Letzkau (in Polish: Konrad Leczkow) (birthplace unknown, second half of 14th century - died, 1412 in Danzig (Gdansk)) was a Councilman and later a Mayor of Danzig who, together with Arnold Hecht, was assassinated by the Teutonic Knights.

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