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Mt Angel Treffen

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Our thanks to all of the 146 viewers worldwide that joined our Treffen on line!

If you missed the on-line broadcast, here are the videos of the presentations, Slide Shows, strudel recipes, and speakers' slides.

The roots of this celebration go back to 2000 when a group of participants in the Banat Mailing List decided to finally meet in person. They chose Mt. Angel as the perfect place for a group of Germans to gather. At the end of that two day event an extended family had been formed and the annual tradition of the Celebration began.

We are deeply indebted to the following people, without whom there would be no Mt. Angel Treffen:
Bob Madler, who started the Banat Mailing List
Steve Herold
, Founder Emeritus of the Mt. Angel Treffen
Ray Borshowa
, Mt. Angel Treffen Facilities Coordinator & Presenter
John Michels & Dave Dreyer
for their unflagging support and thought-provoking presentations throughout our 10 year history.

Friday, September 17th Videos

Saturday, September 18th Videos

Rosina Schmidt - Opening Remarks

Henry Fischer - Post WW I Hungary Part 1

Ray Borshowa - Mt. Angel Octoberfest Roots

Henry Fischer - Post WW I Hungary Part 2

Rosina Schmidt - Danube Swabian Lost Children

Transcript of Henry Fischer's Presentation

Ann Morrison - Making of the Forgotten Genocide

John Michels - After Tito's Death Camps

Glen Schwartz - Banat Slide Presentation

Dave Dreyer - St. Hubert Heimatmuseum Spendbuch

Leah Ott - Making Strudel

The Forgotten Genocide by Ann Morrison

Strudel Recipes

 

Friday, September 17th Slide Shows

Saturday, September 18th Slide Show

Treffen Gathering

Treffen Gathering

Strudel Class

 
   

Speakers' Slides

Rosina Schmidt - Danube Swabian Lost Children

Glen Schwartz - Banat Slide Presentation

John Michels - After Tito's Death Camps

Dave Dreyer - St. Hubert Heimatmuseum Spendbuch