German American

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an American who was born in Germany or whose ancestors were German

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Degrees of allegiance; harassment and loyalty in Missouri's German-American community during World War I.
Kluge does not mention Heine among Reitzel's literary interests, though he may have been the most vociferous admirer among the German-Americans.
The corpus of German-American writing was very large.
Essentially sociological in its content, Kazal's work does not speculate on what American culture lost with the depreciation and disappearance of German-American ethnicity.
To San Fernando Valley German-Americans, Eberhard has been more than an advocate.
He spares us from the saccharine extolling of family loyalty, dedication to hard work, and a litany of German-Americans successful in the great American game of capitalism.
Exhaustively discussing the problems of the working class during the period, he points out the involvement of German-Americans in the growth of trade unionism, various socialist efforts, and in radical organizations in general.
visitors will march on Fifth Avenue from 63rd to 86th Street to honor all German-Americans who have contributed so positively to the U.
Citing growing interest in German-American studies, he elucidates the role Koerner and other German-Americans played in the political rise of Lincoln.
Photos include the Seagoville, Texas Camp where German-Americans were interred in 1942, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and the controversial presence of President Reagan at the Bitburg Cemetery in Germany in 1985.
After the United States entered World War II in Europe against Germany, most, if not all, German-Americans experienced the wrath of misdirected and twisted hatred - a knee-jerk reaction without thought or reason generated out of fear and the need to proactively respond and protect.
Licht neatly distinguishes patterns within this shift along ethnic/race lines and between young men and women, arguing compellingly for a strong anti-schooling sensibility among German-Americans and for a persistent racism in the labor market, despite African-Americans' devotion to maximizing use of educational opportunities.
The program, known as the "Rueckwanderer Program" (a "rueckwanderer" being someone who has left, but who may return), allowed German-Americans potentially interested in returning to Germany to exchange U.
The judge was dismissed from the trial after stating that the hearts of German-Americans are ``reeking with disloyalty.
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