Max Kade Institute

for German-American Studies
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Library and Archives Catalog

This catalog contains bibliographic records detailing 18th- to early 20th-century imprints in the German language printed in North America, as well as monographs, papers, articles, genealogical histories, pamphlets, book chapters, and other documents in English and German.

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Kipphan, Klaus. Deutsche Propaganda In Den Vereinigten Staaten 1933-1941. Heidelberg: Carl Winter Universitaetsverlag, 1971.
Mauch, Christof, and Joseph Salmons. German-Jewish Identities In America. Madison, WI: Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies, 2003.
Croner, Vera F. The Odyssey Of A German Jew: Growing Up During The Dark Days. Madison, Wis.: The Estate of Vera F. Croner, 2010.
Book Chapter
Diamond, Sander A. The Bund Movement In The United States: An Overview. In Germany And America, 183-198. Germany And America, 1981.
Quack, Sybille. Deutsch-Juedische Emigrantinnen Nach 1933 In New York. Ein Forschungsbericht. In Frauen Wandern Aus: Deutsche Migrantinnen Im 19. Und 20. Jahrhundert, 145-159. Frauen Wandern Aus: Deutsche Migrantinnen Im 19. Und 20. Jahrhundert. Bremen: Labor Migration Project, 1990.
Backhaus-Lautenschlaeger, Christine. Die Stillen Verzichte Der Neuen Muetter Courage: Anmerkungen Zur Geschichte Der Weiblichen Hitler-Fluechtlinge In Den Usa. In Frauen Wandern Aus: Deutsche Migrantinnen Im 19. Und 20. Jahrhundert, 127-144. Frauen Wandern Aus: Deutsche Migrantinnen Im 19. Und 20. Jahrhundert. Bremen: Labor Migration Project, 1990.
Sauer, Paul. Die Usa Als Zufluchtsland Fuer Verfolgte Des Nationalsozialistischen Regimes. In Usa Und Baden-Wuerttemberg In Ihren Geschichtlichen Beziehungen, 66-70. Usa Und Baden-Wuerttemberg In Ihren Geschichtlichen Beziehungen, 1976.
Loewy, Ernst. Exil Und Rundfunk. Ein Ueberblick. In Leben Im Exil, 145-159. Leben Im Exil, 1981.
Hermand, Jost. From Nazism To Natoism: The West German Miracle According To Henry Luce. In America And The Germans, 74-90. America And The Germans. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1985.
Kirchheimer, Manfred. German Jew Or Jewish German?: Post Immigration Questions. In German-Jewish Identities In America, 154-162. German-Jewish Identities In America. Madison, WI: Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies, 2003.
Pentlin, Susan L. "german Teachers' Reaction To The Third Reich, 1933-1939". In Teaching German In America: Prolegomena To A History, 228-252. Teaching German In America: Prolegomena To A History. Madison, WI: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1988.
Schmid, Monika S. 'i Always Thought I Was A German, It Was Hitler Who Taught Me I Was A Jew': National-Socialist Persecution, Identity, And The German Language. In German-Jewish Identities In America, 133-153. German-Jewish Identities In America. Madison, WI: Max Kade Institute for German-American Studies, 2003.
Barnes, Kenneth C. The Missouri Synod And Hitler's Germany. In Yearbook Of German-American Studies, 131-147. Yearbook Of German-American Studies, 1989.
Junker, Detlef. Roosevelt And The National Socialist Threat To The United States. In America And The Germans, 30-44. America And The Germans. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1985.

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