Aus Transsilvanien und Pennsylvanien. Ernste Worte, gesprochen in zwei Weltteilen.
From Transylvania and Pennsylvania. Serious Words spoken in two Continents of the World.
Author(s): Oskar Wittstock
Subject(s): Interwar Period (1920 - 1939)
Published by: CEEOL Collections / Digital Reproductions
Summary/Abstract: One part of these speeches comes from the activity in a small Lutheran village in Transylvania, which hangs on the last terrace of the Transylvanian southern Alps, right at the foot of the highest mountain giants ... But the rest arose during a six-month winter trip through the United States, on which the author visited his emigrated ethnic and religious comrades. It contains the fruits of the moment, which saw the light of day in workshops and factories, on the street, steamships and railways, at best in an inn... Their purpose was to let life speak to life. (O Wittstock) – THE ORIGINAL IS PRINTED IN GERMAN FRAKTURY TYPESET. READERS SHOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH THOSE CHARACTERS. 1927 published in second edition (1st in 1914) by »Honterus Buchdruckerei« in Hermannstadt (Sibiu)
- Page Count: 48
- Publication Year: 1927
- Language: German