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25 Yaahre Hiwwe wie Driwwe

25 Yaahre Hiwwe wie Driwwe: Celebrating a Quarter-Century of Transatlantic Friendship

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Cover showing numeral 25 in sunburst with tiled images of the headlines from previous issues of the newspaper

25 Yaahre Hiwwe wie Driwwe:
Celebrating A Quarter-Century of Transatlantic Friendship

Hardcover, 704 pp, ISBN: 978-1-958530-00-9
Editors: Michael Werner & Patrick Donmoyer

Hiwwe wie Driwwe, the world’s only Pennsylvania German-language newspaper, is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a new commemorative volume of all 50 issues published between 1997-2021. Founded in 1997 by Dr. Michael Werner of Ober-Olm, Germany, as a transatlantic partnership serving communities in Pennsylvania, the Palatinate, and beyond, Hiwwe wie Driwwe has continued to foster and inspire German-American friendship for over 25 years. This new Hiwwe wie Driwwe compilation features the works of dozens of dialect authors, poets, columnists, and correspondents bound together in one volume.

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