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Regat Germans

Regat Germans or Old Kingdom Germans (German: Regatsdeutsche or Altreichsdeutsche) are an ethnic German group of the eastern and southern parts of Romania. The Regat is land that was part of Romania before the First World War. This territory includes Moldavia, Dobruja, Muntenia, and Oltenia.

The Regat Germans, like all other German groups in Romania, are represented in politics by the Democratic Forum of Germans in Romania (DFDR).

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References

  • Hans Liebhart, Deutsche in Bukarest - Zwei-drei Jahrhunderte erlebter Geschichte, ADZ Verlag, Bukarest 2003
  • Hans Liebhart, In Bukarest und Altrumänien - Deutsche Spuren noch und noch, ADZ Verlag, Bukarest 2006
  • „Aus fünf Jahrzehnten. Geschichte der Deutsch-Evangelischen Gemeinde Turn-Severin 1861-1911“, Tip. E.J. Knoll, Turnu – Severin, 1911 in Evangelisches Zentralarchiv in Berlin (ZA 5091 / 107), Signatur: EZA Bibl. 81/154 in „Echo der Vortragsreihe“, Nummer 12/2007, Reschitz, 2007
  • Zentralarchiv der Evangelischen Kirche A.B. in Rumänien in Kultur- und Begegnungszentrums "Friedrich Teutsch", Hermannstadt, Abtl. Kirchengemeinden, Bestand 179, Turn – Severin
  • Dănescu, Constantin, „Şantierul Naval din Turnu Severin”, Band 1, (1851 – 1950), Prier Verlag, Turn – Severin, 2004
  • Klein, Karl Kurt, Urkunden zur Geschichte evangelisch deutscher Diasporagemeinden im 19. Jahrhundert, Hermannstadt, Krafft & Drotleff, 1927
  • Klein, Karl Kurt, Geschichte der Jassyer deutsch-evangelischen Gemeinde (mit einem Überblick über den Protestantismus in der Moldau im XVI. u. XVII. Jahrhundert), Hermannstadt, 1924
  • Hering, Julius, Annalen der römisch-katholischen Pfarrei von Turn - Severin, in „Echo der Vortragsreihe“, Nummer 12/2006, Reschitz, 2006
  • Louie, de Bie, „Die Römisch – Katholische Gemeinde zu Turn – Severin, ist sie oder nicht unabhängig?“, Tip. E.J. Knoll, Turnu – Severin, 1889
  • Raymund Netzhammer: Bischof in Rumänien. Im Spannungsfeld zwischen Staat und Vatikan. Bd. I. und II. Hrsg. von Nikolaus Netzhammer in Verbindung mit Krista Zach, München 1996

External links

  • (German) Die Allgemeine Deutsche Zeitung
  • The Romanian Government's Department for Inter-Ethnic Relations


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