a Magazine for the German-Speaking Community in America


'Deutsch-Amerika' was a German-language magazine published for the large German speaking community residing in the United States. This included not only German citizens or those of German descent but also many (former) Austro-Hungarian citizens. Prior to 1917, the magazine could of course be more free to express sympathy with the German cause though it does not seem to have been vehement or outspoken. After American entry into the war a different policy obviously became necessary it publication were to continue. Apparently it was not difficult to adopt and 'Deutsch-Amerika' continued publication all through-out the war and beyond.

* see also full pages of the Siege of Tsing-Tao as seen in 'Deutsch-Amerika'


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