The German-American Heritage Foundation of the USA is seeking qualified applicants for two Domestic Study Scholarships in the amount of $2500 to be awarded in December 2023. These scholarships are designed to defray the tuition, fees or other costs of attending a U.S.-accredited college or university.
Author: Katja Sipple
Austria’s capital Vienna, once the seat of the multicultural Austro-Hungarian Empire, is a vibrant and modern city with stunning reminders of its imperial past, a lively art and theatre scene, museums, shopping, famous coffee houses and culinary delights influenced by the cuisines of Central Europe.
Presenting a new Young Adult historical novel about a German immigrant family in Pittsburgh in 1916-19: Magda, Standing. Author Christine Fallert Kessides, a local Maryland resident, will introduce the book, do a short reading, and sign copies.
Author Ray Kessler explores the history of German Jewish war veterans, and how the tragic destinies of real-life soldiers and officers have influenced his novel “A Face in the Night” in this podcast.
Join us for a free lecture at the GAHM with art expert Paul Glenshaw to learn about the famous painting Washington Crossing the Delaware German American artist Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze.
New Congressional Bill Addressing Wartime Violations of German American Civil Liberties Seeks Supporters
We are pleased to support the Office of U.S. Representative Joaquin Castro (D – Texas) to spread awareness for a new Congressional Bill: the Wartime Violation of German American Civil Liberties Act of 2022.