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2003 Journal of the Johannes Schwalm Historical Association
Volume 7, Number 3, ISBN No. 0-939016-32-X


Braunschweig and Hessen-Hannau Captives from Burgoyne's Army marching through New England to Prisons - August-November 1777, by Robert Webler  

A Short Tour in America: Correspondence between Colonel von Woellwarth adn Landgraf Friedrich II, 1777-1778, translated by Herbert L. Mette, annotated by Lt. Colonel Donald M. Londahl-Smidt, USAF-Ret.

Friedrich Ebenauer, Ansbach-Bayreuth Jaeger Lieutenant and Casualty in America, by Horst Lochner, translated by Henry J. Retzer.  

A Delayed Arrival: Parts of the 3rd and 4th Battalions of the 60th Regt. Settle in Novia Scotia, 1783-1785, Part I, 1783-1784.  

A Captor's Conundrum: The Management of German Prisoners after Yorktown, A Maryland Perspective, by P. Kirby Gull.

George Washington's German Allies: Das Deutsche Königlich-Französische Infanterie Regiment von Zweibrücken or Royal Deux-Ponts- Part IV, June 1783- 21 July 1791, by Robert A. Selig, Ph.D.

Ansbach-Bayreuth Officers' Uniforms during the American War of Independence, by Arno Stoerkel, Ph.D.

New Information on the Forty German Recruits in the 22nd Regiment of Foot, by Don H. Hagist.


The Story of Johannes Schellhass, by Glenn Shellhouse.

Profiles, Friedrich Bode from the Duchy of Braunschweig, by Lewis Ellingham and Ron Brelsford.  

Other Articles of Interest

The Educational Legacy of Clarence Swalm of Williamstown, Pennsylvania, by James E. Swalm, Sr., Ph.D.

All in the Family, research by George H. Schwalm, compiled by N. Daniel Schwalm.

Research Notes, by Lt. Col. Donald M. Londahl-Smidt, USAF-Ret., Director of Research for JSHA.

Hessian Reading, compiled by Henry J. Retzer, Assistant Director of Research.

Archives of the Johannes Schwalm Historical Association, Inc., by R.C. Barth, Ph.D.

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