Big changes have come to — all content is now read-only, and member subscriptions and the Shop have been discontinued.
Learn more

Chat | Daily Search | My GenForum | Community Standards | Terms of Service
Jump to Forum
Home: Regional: Countries: Romania Genealogy Forum

Post FollowupReturn to Message ListingsPrint Message

Are you researching family roots of ethnic German background?
Posted by: Jody McKim (ID *****6438) Date: March 22, 2007 at 22:44:28
  of 4366

To anyone researching their family roots of ethnic German background in former Austria-Hungary territories, consider the Danube Swabian / Donauschwaben. I invite you to check out the Donauschwaben Villages' Helping Hands (DVHH) Project, a volunteer project for researchers of Danube Swabian Heritage. We are celebrating our 4th year online, providing a wealth of information for you to utilize.

We also have a worldwide mailing list "DONAUSCHWABEN-VILLAGES-L"

Topic: (DVHH) is a bilingual English-German mailing list for anyone with an interest in the former Danube Swabian (ethnic German) villages situated in the six regions which were part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1918: Banat, Batschka, Hungarian Highlands, Sathmar, Swabian Turkey, Syrmia & Slavonia. (these regions are today in parts of Hungary, Romania, Croatia and Yugoslavia (Serbia).

We help researchers discover their Danube Swabian ancestral roots, history, environs, culture and lifestyle. We encourage our list members to ask questions and share discoveries. If you are new at researching, you will learn quite a bit about your heritage on our list. And we may learn something new from you.

This mail list is associated with the DVHH online project. Read more about joining our mail list:

Happy Hunting,
Jody McKim

Notify Administrator about this message?

Post FollowupReturn to Message ListingsPrint Message
Search this forum:

Search all of GenForum:

Proximity matching
Add this forum to My GenForum Link to GenForum
Add Forum
Home |  Help |  About Us |  Site Index |  Jobs |  PRIVACY |  Affiliate
© 2007 The Generations Network