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Dennis J. Bauer
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(Updated 1 Sep 2007) See Bauer's Genealogical Batschka Book Collection

A Pebble in My Shoe a Memoir. Katherine Hoeger Flotz. Pannonia Press. P.O. Box 1062, Palantine, IL 60078. 164pp. 

A People on the Danube The fate of the Germans in Yugoslavia under the communist regime of Tito. Nenad Stefanovic. Donauschwbische Kulturstiftung, Munich, Germany. 2007.  

A Terrible Revenge - The Ethnic Cleansing of Eastern European Germans 1944-1950. Alfred-Maurice deZayas. St. Martin's Press, 175 5th Ave., New York, NY 10010. 1986. 179pp.  

Atlas of the Austro-Hungarian Empire 1892. Thomsen's Genealogical Center. Verlag des Bibliographischen Instituts, Vienna, Austria. 1892/1990. 59pp.  

Barefoot in the Rubble. Elizabeth B. Walter. Pannonia Press. P.O. Box 1062, Palantine, IL 60078. 265 pp.  

Borne on the Danube - A Danube Swabian Story. Ruth Elizabeth Melcher. Barky Publishing, 4624 Bruce Ave., Edna, MN 55424. 1995, 2002. 117 Pgs.  

Children of the Danube. Henry A. Fischer. 2004. Authorhouse. 1663 Liberty Drive, Bloomington, IN 47403. Pgs. 447.  

Contents & Addresses of Hungarian Archives. 2nd Edition, Reprint 2002.  Edward Reimer Brandt. Clearfield Company, Inc., Baltimore, MD. 1993, 1995, 2002. 85 pp.

Deutsch-Ungarischer Familien Kalender - Ein Jhrbuch der Deutschen in Amerika fr das Jahr 1938. German-Hungarian Publishing Co., NYC, New York. 224 Pgs.  

Deutsch-Ungarischer Familien Kalender - Ein Jhrbuch der Deutschen in Amerika fr das Jahr 1942. National Weeklies, Inc., Winona, MN.  221 Pgs. 

Die Peitsche des Tito-Kommissars. Traudie Mller-Wlossak. Verlag Passavia, Passau, Germany, 1987. 

Donauschwabisches Ortsnamenbuch. Isabella Regenyi & Anton Scherer. AkdFF, Darmstadt, Germany. 1987. Pgs. 203.  

English-Hungarian Dictionary (Angol-Magyar Szotar). 17th Edition. Laszlo Orszagh. Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, Hungary. 1966. 608pp.  

English-Hungarian Dictionary. Hungarian-English Dictionary. Tamas Magay, et al. Hippocrene Books, 171 Madison Ave., New York, NY, 10016. 1972. 315pp.  

Es War Einmal. Sister Mary Agnes Theiszmann Pitzer. Golla Graphics, Inc., Canada. 1995.  269pp.  A novel based on historical fact about the Danube Swabians. 

Genealogical Gazetteer of the Kingdom of Hungary. Jordon Auslander. Avotaynu, Inc. 155 N.Washington ave., Bergenfield, NJ7621.  2005. 509 pp.  

Genocide of the Ethnic Germans in Yugoslavia 1944-1948.  Danube Swabian Assn. of the USA, Inc.  12626 Vista Panorama, Santa Ana, CA 92705. 2001. 132 pgs.  Soft cover. 

Genocide of the Ethnic Germans in Yugoslavia 1944-1948. Documentation Project Committee. Verlag der Donauschwbischen Kulturstiftung, Mnchen, Germany. 2003. 224 pgs. Hard cover, in English. 

Handbuch des Arbeitskreises donauschwbischer Familienforscher e.V. AkdFF, Sindelfingen, Germany. 2000. Pgs. 564.   

Handy Guide to Hungarian Genealogical Records. Jared H. Suess. The Everton Publishers, Inc., P.O. Box 368, Logan, UT, 84321. 1980. 100pp.  

In the Claws of the Red Dragon. Wendelin Gruber. St. Michaelswerk-Toronto131 McCaul St., Toronto, ON, Canada. 1988.  196pp.  Post WW II history of the Danube Swabians in Yugoslavia. 

In Search of a Warm Room - A Story of Survival during WWII as Documented in a Diary. Anne Jung Holden. Warren Publishing, 19809 North Cove Rd., Cornelius, NC. 2002. 120pp.  

Magyar Helysgnv-Azonosit Sztr (Hungarian Gazetteer). Gyrgy Lelkes. Talma Knyvkiad, 6500 Baja, Parti u 12, Hungary. 1998. 904 pp. Includes information and maps of 1913 Hungary. 

Magyarorszg Kzigazgatsi Atlasza 1914 (Hungarian  Atlas). Dr. Zentai Lszl. Talma Knyvkiad, Peces, Hungary. 2000.  199 Pgs.  Maps & census information of Hungary. 

Memories of Our Donauschwaben Culture A Collection of Articles. The Cultural Committee of the Trenton Donauschwaben. Yardville, NJ. 2007. Pgs. 40. 

Nemesis at Potsdam. Alfred M. DeZayas. Picton Press, Rockport, ME. 1998. Pgs. 270. 

Our Lost Children: Janissaries? Karl Springenschid. Danube Swabian Societies of the U.S. & Canada, 6060 N. 18th St., Milwaukee, WI. 1980. Pgs. 67. 

Prinz Eugene - The History of the 7 SS Mountain Division.  Otto Kumm. J.J. Fedorowicz Publishing Inc., 106 Browning Blvd., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3K 0L7.  1995.   

Profile of an Americanized Danube Swabian - Ethnically Cleansed under Tito. Jacob Steigerwald. Translation & Interpretation Services. 5960 South Estes St., Littleton, CO. 881232. 2001. 283 pp.  

Reflections of Danube Swabians in America. Dr. Jacob Steigerwald. Winona State Univ. Press, Winona, Mn. 55987. 1983. Pgs. 130.  

Sammelwerk donauschwaebischer Kolonisten, Teil 1, A-D. Stefan Stader. AkdFF, Sindelfingen, Germany. 1997. 885 Pgs.  

Sammelwerk donauschwaebischer Kolonisten, Teil 2, E-G.  Stefan Stader. AkdFF, Sindelfingen, Germany. 1998. 715 Pgs.  

Sammelwerk donauschwaebischer Kolonisten, Teil 3, H-Kap. Stefan Stader. AkdFF, Sindelfingen, Germany. 1999. 707 Pgs.  

Sammelwerk donauschwaebischer Kolonisten, Teil 4, Kar-L. Stefan Stader. AkdFF, Sindelfingen, Germany. 2000. 741 Pgs.  

Sammelwerk donauschwaebischer Kolonisten, Teil 5, M-O. Stefan Stader. AkdFF, Sindelfingen, Germany. 2001. 641 Pgs.  

Serbia - Enchantment of the World. JoAnn Milivojevic. Childrens Press, New York, NY. 1999. Pgs. 144.

Seven Susannahs - Daughters of the Danube. Eve Eckert Koehler. Danube Swabian Societies of the U.S. & Canada, 6060 N. 18th St., Milwaukee, WI. 1976. Pgs. 86.  

The Armies of Austria-Hungary & Germany 1740-1914.      Special Bibliographic Series, No.12, Vol. 1. Laszlo M. Alfoldi. US Army Military History Research Collection, Carlisle Barracks, PA. 1975. Pgs. 277.  

The Austro-Hungarian Forces in World War I 1914-16. Peter Jung. Osprey Publishing Ltd., Oxford, United Kingdom. 2003. Pgs. 48.  

The Balkans. Edmund Stillman. Life World Library. Time Incorp., New York. 1964. Pgs. 160.  

The Danube Swabians - German Populations in Hungary, Rumania and Yugoslavia and Hitlers impact on their Patterns. G. C. Paikert. Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, Netherlands.  1967. Pgs. 324.

The Danube-Swabians in the Pannonian Basin - A New German Ethnic Group. Anton Tafferner, Josef Schmidt & Josef Volkmar Senz. Donanschwabische Kulturstifung and AG Donauschwabischer Lehrer, Dr. Heisstrasse 38, 8440 Straubing, Germany. 1982. Pgs.  

The Last Generation - Forgotten and Left to Die.  Hans Kopp. Hans Kopp, Cleveland, OH. 1999. Pgs. 394. History of the Donauschwaben in Europe & the U.S.A. 

The Penguin Atlas of Recent History - Europe since 1815. Colin McEvedy. Penguin Books Ltd., Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England. 1982. Pgs. 95. History of Europe since 1815. 

Voices of Loss & Courage. German Women Recount Their Expulsion from East Central Europe, 1944-1950. Brigitte U. Neary & Holle Schneider-Ricks. Picton Press, P.O. Box 250, Rockport, ME 04856-0250. 2002.  

Where to Look for Hard-to-Find German-Speaking Ancestors in Eastern Europe. Bruce & Edward Reimer Brandt. Clearfield Company/Genealogical Pub. Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD. 1993. Pgs. 122. References: Donauschwaben.

[Published at DVHH.org 03 Oct 2007]

[Published at DVHH.org by Jody McKim Pharr]

 Last Updated: 10 Apr 2018

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