What they can teach us...
A digital collection of edited interview transcripts and full unedited audio recordings from interviews conducted in 1993 by Dr. Alexander Freund (University of Winnipeg) with four German women who immigrated to Canada in the early 1950s.
Including an introduction to the project and interviews, short biographies of the women, three lesson plans, and a list of resources.
Lisa S. working as a technologist in British Columbia
PA-173822 German Immigrants: Classes, Kitchener, Ont. (vicinity), 1952 (L. Jaques/LAC)
PA-173826 German Immigrants: Mrs. E. Wolf, Kitchener, Ont. (vicinity), 1952 (L. Jaques/LAC)
Project created by Sofia Bach and Claudia Dueck
Web Design by Sofia Bach
Interviews transcribed by Claudia Dueck
Interviews conducted by Dr. Alexander Freund
Class activities created by Sofia Bach and Claudia Dueck
Transcripts and audio recordings provided by the Oral History Centre and Dr. Freund
English to German translation by Amine Gundogdu
English to French translation of transcripts by Caroline Best and of the remaining material by Sofia Bach
GIF Portraits and boat illustration by Alexe Normandin
Pictures provided by German-Canadian Studies at UWinnipeg
Generously funded by the Waterloo Centre for German Studies (UWaterloo) and German-Canadian Studies (UWinnipeg)