EUXEINOS - Culture and Governance in the Black Sea Region No. 19-20 - 12 / 2015: The Germany Minority in Romania. Ed. by Daniel Ursprung Romanian Germans Elisabeth and Johann Weber during their deportation in the Soviet Union. Certificate of discharge for the former detainee Elisabeth Weber according to which she was released in Brandenburg on 11 December 1946. © Günter Klein's private archive Editorial by Daniel Ursprung (PDF) The German Minority in Romania: a Historical Overview (PDF) by Daniel Ursprung Andreas Schmidt and the German Ethnic Group in Romania (1940-1944) (PDF) by Ottmar Trasca The Deportation of Germans from Romania to Forced Labor in the Soviet Union (PDF) by Hannelore Baier The Deportation of the Romanian Germans to Forced Labor in the Soviet Union 1945-1949: The Example of the Siblings Elisabeth and Johann Weber from Hodoni in the Banat (PDF) by Günter Klein Romanian Germans and the Memory of the Deportation to the Soviet Union (PDF) by Cristian Cercel Literary Experiments under a Dictatorship - the Banat Action Group in Timisoara (PDF) by Markus Bauer The Romanian Germans and the Securitate Heritage. An Outline of the Problem and Research Potential (PDF) by Florian Kührer-Wielach Between their Will for Self-assertation and Securing their Livelihood. Challenges for the German Minority in Romania in the 21st Century - the Example of Hermannstadt/Sibiu (PDF) by Benjamin Józsa Full text of the issue as PDF How to cite this issue: Ursprung, Daniel, ed. "The German Minority in Romania." Euxeinos - Culture and Governance in the Black Sea Region, no. 19 (2015).