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Welcome to the Website of the German Society of Maryland
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Gerhard Meinzer is the Honoree
at the 2017 Banquet and Awards Ceremony.

Thursday Nov. 2, 2017, at the Free Mason Lodge in Cockeysville








Memorial Service on 11/11/2017 at the grave site of Henry Gunther, the last German-American killed in WWI


Schifferstadt Oktoberfest October 2017, pictures

German America Day, October 6, 2017
celebrated at the German-American Friendship Garden in Washington DC


plaque at friendship garden

The German-American Friendship Garden in Washington DC
Commemorates 300 years of German Immigration and Contributions to America. The garden symbolizes the Friendship between the German and American People

German - American Day Proclamation 2017
by the president of the United States

The Maryland Germans, by Dieter Cunz
New edition with an introduction by
Dr. Randall Donaldson
Contact:nicholasfessenden@comcast.net


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Awards Banquet Nov. 2, 2017
Banquet Program




More 2017 Banquet pictures

Gerhard Meinzer at the German-American Friendship Garden
Oct. 6, 2017

Student Awards presented 2017

Pictures from the Aberdeen Oktoberfest-September 2017

The Butt family visits the Krug Blacksmith Co.,
our 2007
Honoree,
at Open House, 2017


 

2016 banquet pictures

The 116th Annual German Festival, July 23-24
pictures from the festival

Pictures from the 2017 Picnic

2015 Awards more Banquet pictures

Some Pictures of Annual Meeting, April 2015

 2014 German Festivalpictures


Zwei deutsche Lebenswege zwischen Diktatur und Demokratie, a book by our long time board member, Armin Mruck with Hannelore Grimm

Two Hundred Years: The German Society of Maryland /a>
by Dr. Armin Mruck, 1983


Pioneers in Service
 by Klaus G. Wust: The History of the German Society of Maryland, 1783-1981

What happened to German-America? (New York Times)