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Erik Glässer Archives
[Published 29 Apr 2012 at DVHH.org by Jody McKim Pharr]

A pharmacy student at the University
of Szeged in Hungary. His hometown is in Vojvodina, an Autonomous Province of Serbia. Born in Batschka, a descendant of Danube Swabians. His ancestors lived in Tscherwenka (Cservenka or Crvenka) and Kula (Bács-Kula).
His ancestor was Martin Glässer who had a brick industry in Kula and the surrounding towns. He is a native Hungarian speaker.

Erik Glässer Web-Mail

 

Main Street in Kula

View of the town of Kula, 1941 (the Serbian Orthodox Church in forefront)

Kula Catholic Chapel

Protestant Meeting House for praying

Franzenskanal  (Canal)

Kula's First World War Soldiers Portrait

Memorial Stone in 3 languages     

Kula Monument of Heroes of the First World War:"
The Monument
Inscription Translation

The Heroes (+Inscription of names) Names transcribed by Diana Lambing.

Batschka Coat of Arms

1805 Batschka Map by Joh. Matth. Korabinszky

English summary pages from "Kollektív bűnösség?"  A német nemzetiség a Duna-Tisza közén a második világháború után, by T. Molnár Gizella. Erik Glässer, 21 Apr 2012

 

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