Germany and the Americas: O-Z

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Thomas Adam
ABC-CLIO, 2005 - America - 1307 pages
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This comprehensive encyclopedia details the close ties between the German-speaking world and the Americas, examining the extensive Germanic cultural and political legacy in the nations of the New World and the equally substantial influence of the Americas on the Germanic nations.

* Individual articles cover all facets of German-American relations, complete with extensive end-of-entry references

* Extensive and wide-ranging illustrations feature pictures of figures from Babe Ruth to Alexander von Humboldt

 

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Contents

D
265
E
289
F
329
G
403
H
471
I
537
J
571
K
597
U
1065
V
1085
W
1107
Z
1191
Translators and Contributors
1201
Index
1209
About the Editor
1307
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Thomas Adam, PhD, is assistant professor of German and transatlantic European history at the University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX. His published works include Philanthropy, Patronage, and Civil Society.

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