[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Articles and books on German immigration to North America
gilleh23 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 30 12:30:37 PDT 2015
These theses and books on German immigration to Canada/USA after WWII
might be of interest for some listers. They are mostly Canadian, but am
sure must be some American sources somewhere out there.....
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1. PhD. thesis by Ronald E. Schmalz, University of Ottawa, 2000 entitled
*Former Enemies Come to Canada: Ottawa and the Postwar German Immigration
(for info on the thesis)
www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk2/ftp03/NQ57065.pdf (the thesis)
2. PhD Thesis by Christian Lieb, 2008 University of Victoria entitled:
*Moving West: German-Speaking Immigration to British Columbia, 1945–1961*
3. MA Thesis by E. Meaghan Harris, Carleton University, Ottawa 2006
*East Germans, Refugees, and New Canadians—A Family Migration*
4. Thesis by Pascal Maeder
*Forging a New Heimat: Expellees in Post-War West Germany and Canada*
Info about the thesis:
The thesis: http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/thesescanada/vol
5. A history that may be of interest:
*Settling the Canadian-American West, 1890-1915: Pioneer Adaptation and
Community Building * by John W. Bennett, Seena B. Kohl and published by U.
of Nebraska Press in 1995 - covers prairie and frontier life .
A partial digital edition is found at
in case you are interested in finding a complete copy.
6. A personal website by Alexandra Molnar, found on the Mt. Holyoke
College website on her grandparents' immigration to the US after WWII.
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