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World War I

On this day 100 years ago, the U.S.A. entered the war against Germany. This would not only change world history, but it would also be the beginning of a huge shift in the perception of our German-American culture as well. We will explore that history in the coming months. But today we wanted to draw your attention to the available online resources being unveiled and shared. At the Missouri State Archives: http://missourioverthere.org/ At the Missouri History Museum: http://mohistory.org/ww1 And on NPR: http://news.stlpublicradio.org/post/100-years-later-st-louis-and-nation-remember-great-war#stream/0 My friend Jim Merkel will be sharing some St. Louis Missouri stories… Read more World War I

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2016

The year of 2016 was another busy one for Missouri Germans Consortium! German Heritage Corridor Dr. Steve Belko, Executive Director of the Missouri Humanities Council shared how “the General Assembly… Read more 2016

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News from the Missouri Germans Consortium: In this issue: German Fest – January 25th, German Teachers Workshop – January 31, Utopia Documentary shown February 4, St. Louis – Stuttgart Sister Cities Winter Ball February 7th

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