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THE AMBASSADOR

Interested in Advertising?

View our GAHF Ambassador Ad Guide to see specs and competitive rates!
All ads are full color, CMYK, 300 dpi.
Full page: $800
Half page: $400
Quarter page: $200

For more information, contact Katja Sipple at sipple@gahmusa.org or call 202.467.5000.

As GAHF and its museum prepare for 2023 and our upcoming 50th anniversary in 2026, we are also redesigning our newsletter The Ambassador with the goal of turning it into a biannual magazine that contains interesting and valuable information for our members, friends, and the 44-million strong German-American community as a whole. Of course, we are also happy to report about events and activities that relate to the Austrian and Swiss-German communities, and this is where we need your help.

Are you a budding or longtime writer? If yes, we want to hear and read from you. 

Please take a look at our article submission guidelines and topics of interest.

  • 500 – 800 words per article
  • Please email us a Word document attachment or paste your copy directly into the body of the email message
  • Accompanying images must be in one of the following formats: jpg, tiff, or png. Resolution requirement: 300 dpi. Please click here for a simple explanation of resolution and dpi.
  • Please always add images as separate attachments and do not embed them into the article. 

Questions? Please contact Executive Director Katja Sipple at sipple@gahmusa.org

TOPIC SUGGESTIONS:

  • History and Heritage

This topic area encompasses a broad range that will appeal to everybody from the serious historian to the hobby genealogist. Whether it’s about a famous German-American site, an important American with a German-speaking background, an invention, the experiences of German-American families when their first immigrated or even a curious, but little known fact, this category can accommodate many interests. 

  • Travel Tales

This is the place for a report about your favorite destination whether it be in the new or the old world. As long as there is a German connection, we will gladly take a look. High-quality photos make locations come alive, so please send us your best shots.

  • Traditions

Do you keep interesting family traditions with a connection to the German-speaking world alive? Have you ever wondered if the Christmas pickle is really German? (Hint: It’s not or perhaps apocryphal at best.) We want to hear about all of your traditions, no matter how old or young. 

  • News from our Partner Organizations

GAHF is a membership organization and we have a network of clubs throughout the country. Please share your activities and events with us! We love to hear from our members. Not a member yet, but interested in becoming one? Please contact us at info@gahmusa.org.