Donauschwaben in den USA






Index of /hungarian/maps/1910


Germany GenWeb Project



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Sekitsch 1786 - 1944: Eine Donauschwäbische Siedlung in der Batschka



Emigration from Banat
in the National Archives Ship Records

For European Recovery: The Fiftieth Anniversary of The Marshall Plan

Other Banat Sites:

German Genealogy: Donauschwaben Village List

Donauschwaben Villages/Banat Grid Map

Index of /banat/villages

Banat, Austro-Hungarian Map

Hungarian History

Expulsion of the Sudeten Germans

German genealogy -

Hungarian Genealogy and Local History Databases


The Dreyer Database Statistics

Introduction to the Emigration from Banat in the UNITED STATES CUSTOMS

Vorsitzende der Heimatortsgemeinschaften (HOG)
in der Landsmannschaft der Banater Schwaben

(Stand: 15. März 2003)

Homepage Franz Etienne: Familienforschung


Heute aber geht es nicht mehr,
die Dörfer werden bald schwabenleer.
Die Arbeit hat sich nicht bewährt,
der Schwabenzug geht umgekehrt.
Man bekommt nichts, wenn man geht,
wie hat die Zeit sich doch verdreht !
Wenn jemand fort will, muß er geben,
was er verdient sein ganzes Leben.
Und will er nicht lange gedulden,
macht er sich sogar noch schulden,
an denen er lange zu zahlen hat,
dabei denkt er oft an sein Banat.

But today things are no longer the same,
  the villages will soon be emptied of Schwabs.
  The task has not proven its worth,
  the Schwaben migration is being reversed.
  One gets nothing when he leaves,
  how times have changed!
  If one wishes to go, he must give up
  what he has earned in his lifetime.
  And if he has no patience,
  he will even go into debt,
  for which he will pay for a long time,
  while thinking often about his Banat.


Social Security Death Index

    DVHH | Placename | US Settlements | Mansfield, Ohio

    DVHH | Placename | US Settlements | Index

360° StadtPanoramen Start

some astounding 360° panoramic images of
major German cities.

Subject Facet of the Cleveland Digital Library

Death Records in Cleveland, Ohio area.  "Cleveland Necrology File" that has
many early obituaries, death notices and cemetery records

Displaced persons camps

Here is some sites that may help:


Village of Kapetanovo Polje - Herwig Pimiskern Archives

Markings on the Manifest's Occupation Column

Banat Villages Location

Global Tree Search

Treaty of Trianon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Banat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Banat Basic Info

Liste der Ortschaften im Banat - Wikipedia

   DVHH Village Coordinator Registry

Place Names - Eastern Slovakia

German Colonists in Erdmannsweiler (Kochanow), Poland

Ilow Lutheran Confirmations

The Odessa Digital Library is a searchable collection of digitized books, indices,
and documents that supports research concerning the Germanic Russians.

Online Romanian Directories at the Library of Congress (European Reading Room)

One-Step Webpages by Stephen P. Morse

Palanka Home

Willkommen bei den Donauschwaben - Home

map of the _new_ Germany and Austria, after... 1990  !


Alsace Lorraine Genealogy

The Dreyer Database Statistics

Hrastovac Records & Reference-Hungarian Census of 1715

Arbeitskreis Donauschwabischer Familienforscher e.V.

German Map Guide

English | Link to your Roots and Family History

National Minorities in Romania

Commemorative Pages of the Neupanat Parish 1787-1937

A Survey of the Status of the German Minority in Romania (1918-1950)* 

 * A version of this paper, entitled Minoritarians, Equals, Guilty. A Survey Concerning the Status of the German Minority in Romania (1918-1950), coordinated by prep. drd. Silvana Rachieru, was presented and granted a prize at the IIIrd Civic Education Project Conference Legacies and Challenges in Europe, Bucharest, March 9-11, 2001.

The North Dakota death index is available at the following address:

Arbeitskreis Donauschwäbischer Familienforscher e.V. Der AKdFF wurde am 18. Oktober 1975 in Sindelfingen gegründet.


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