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Kuchen With Souzz

This week I decided to change things up a bit and do a German themed dinner at home that included käsekuchen (German cheesecake), homemade sauerkraut… 614 more words


Fall Tour Day Seven & Eight // Strasbourg and Salzburg // October 29th - 30th

The final two days of our tour basically involved heading back to Salzburg. We stayed overnight in Strasbourg and while we were there we went on a boat tour of the city.

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Holiday guide to Alsace, France, including Strasbourg

A part of France with a hint of Germany, this region’s forests and hills shelter beautiful cities and villages, superb vineyards and cosy restaurants and hotels


The death of a great humanitarian

The Local Germany (4 September 2015)

On September 4th 1965, the world lost one of its most dedicated and tireless humanitarians, as Albert Schweitzer died in the African hospital he had created and cherished for over 50 years. 867 more words

The Local Germany

The Murder of Jean Jaures - July 31, 1914

 Jean Jaures

“What will the future be like, when the billions now thrown away in preparation for war are spent on useful things to increase the well-being of people, on the construction of decent houses for workers, on improving transportation, on reclaiming the land? 567 more words


First Night Design reblogged this on First Night History and commented:

We need a million such men today to halt the tide.

Fischers and Horneys Come to America

A lot of times the sources used while researching the family history are confusing and/or have a lot of errors. Or it could be that I’m just ignorant of what was going on at the time and the source information is accurate, but it just doesn’t make sense without some crucial bit of knowledge. 742 more words