Journal, Vol. 22, No. 2 – Summer 1999

Cover: Children of the famine in Saratov Region (early 1920s). One of the recurring motifs in several articles appearing in this month’s Journal is the detrimental affect of German-Russian persecution on children. Photo from the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia archives (obtained by Jean Roth, Seattle, Washington).

Content:

“Trudarmiya” by Ernst Strohmaier, translated by Samuel Sinner

“I Cannot Forgive…Not Now, Not Ever” by Raisa Ostertag, translated by Dr. Nancy Bernhardt Holland

“Marinovka: A German Village in Siberian Kazakhstan” by Rudolf Romberg, translated by William Seibel

“German Schools in Kamyshin District, Saratov Province, 1895-1896”, translation with introduction and explanatory comments by Steven T. Duke

“The Sibylline Prophecies as a Source of German-Russian Apocalyptic Traditions” by Roland M. Wagner

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