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Wilhelmina Krumme (née Stille) and Wilhelm Krumme: Letters from America (1837–1842)

Inner-German Border near Heldra (Hesse) (1952)

A Family Flees from East to West over the Border in the Bavarian Forest (1948-49)

Family Members Are Greeted after a Successful Escape to the West (c. 1952)

A Family Returns from the Federal Republic to the GDR (1950s)

Refugees are Transported to West Germany from Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport (1953)

“What You Won’t Read in Baedeker. A Short Travel Guide through the Eastern Zone” (1947)

Refugees in Transit in Ulm (September 1945)

Ulrich Scheuner, Remarks on the Legal Status of “Displaced Persons” in Germany (December 14–15, 1948)

Newspaper Commentary, “Where Clay is Wrong” (October 5, 1948)

The Hopes of East German Refugees (August 8, 1989)

At the Border Crossing in Helmstedt (November 18, 1950)

“That Was When I Knew: I Had to Become a Refugee” (March 19, 1953)

Refugees from the Soviet Occupation Zone/GDR in the Federal States of West Germany (1950 and 1961)

Refugee Movement (1950–1963)

“Guest Workers” in their Living Quarters in Frankfurt am Main (1959)

A farmer from West Germany Works at an Agricultural Production Cooperative (March 30, 1960)

The Living Conditions of Labor Migrants in North Rhine Westphalia (October 21, 1960)

A Jewish Newcomer in Berlin (2000)

A Turkish Store in Kreuzberg Signals Progress in Integration (March 2005)

Herta Müller, Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature (October 8, 2009)

Suggestions for Curbing the Abuse of the Asylum Law (April 10, 1989)

Resentment against the Support for East German Migrants (January 22, 1990)

The Motives of Ethnic German Remigrants [Spätaussiedler] (June 15, 1989)

Measures to Reduce the Influx of Ethnic German Remigrants (March 29, 1990)