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200 years of the German School in London 1708-1908

"200 Jahre deutscher Schule in London 1708-1908". A history of the German School attached to St Mary in the Savoy, London, published in 1908 for the bi-centenary of the school. Translated by Amanda Price. Occasional issue No 2 (2016)...

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Cologne to St Louis. Anselm Ungar's account of his company's 1852 voyage of escape from tyranny.

Anselm Ungar was a citizen of Bonn, one of Johann Gottfried Kinkel's Democratic Association there. After the failure of the 1848 revolution, he and others formed a Gesellschaft (Company) of like-minded people who wished to escape to North America.. Taken from Ungar's own notebook of the voyage. Translated and introduced by Eva Lawrence. Occasional Issue No 3 (2017)....

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Franz Josef Buch and his family. Lives disrupted by war and internment.

Franz was born in London of A German immigrant father. He was interned in 1940 in Peveril Camp, Peel, on the Isle of Man, as he was suspected of fascist sympathies. From family papers and correspondence. Edited and introduced by Jennifer Taylor. Occasional Issue No 4 (2018)...

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Rev. Alexander Goebel. Anti-Nazi Methodist Pastor. A Family History.

By Michael Potter. Occasional Issue No 6 (2020), 32pp. Alexander was born in Bow, London in 1877, eldest child of a German Immigrant from Hesse-Kassel. He trained as a Methodist pastor in Germany but returned to England after upsetting the Nazis....

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The Mutzkes: A family divided by war. The Fenley collection of WW2 Red Cross Letters.

How a family kept in touch during and after WW2 by communicating through the Red Cross - fully illustrated with the letters. Edited by Jennifer Taylor. Occasional Issue No 1 (2015)....

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