Iulia Elena Zup, Vereinsleben der deutschen Minderheit in Rumänien zur Zeit der Weimarer Republik: Kulturelle und wissenschaftliche Vereine

The present article deals with the activities of the most important cultural and scientific societies of the German minority in all provinces of Greater Romania: in the Old Kingdom (Wallachia and Moldavia) and in the territories newly incorporated after World War I (Transylvania, Banat, Bukovina and Bessarabia). The goals of such societies were to preserve the German culture and language and to promote the interests of the “Germans of Romania,” representing 4.1% of the total population, through projects, cultural and scientific publications, a summer university and cooperation with scientists in Romania and abroad.

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