About the Flensburg Files

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Created in 2010 and based on personal experience, the Flensburg Files is an online column devoted to German-American affairs as well as multi-cultural topics that you normally do not see in mainstream media, but is brought up through discussions, alternative media sources and even personal experiences.

The Files looks at some comparisons between the two countries in terms of current events, culture, way of life, and other themes that are worth discussing. In addition, it features places of interest in Germany and elsewhere, including those that are rarely talked about but is recommened to visit by the author.  And lastly the Files has tributes some German and American greats who have made a difference both at home and abroad.  All themes covered in the Files are based on the author’s experiences, yet they are also based on discussions brought forward by other expatriates, readers and the public alike. If you know of any German-American topics that you would like to see on the Files, contact Jason Smith at the Files, using the contact form below:

 

You can subscribe to the Flensburg Files here via wordpress or follow the Files via facebook (Page/group), tumblr and twitter so you can receive blog posts and other articles pertaining to German-American current affairs. It is also available through Blog Lovin and the blog roll Blogspot. The facebook pages features an online forum where you can post your comments and questions for other followers to discuss. Click onto the links and join if interested. We’re happy to have you join. 🙂

 

 

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Unless noted, all articles and photos are property of the Flensburg Files and its creator Jason D. Smith. They can be used for private and/or educational purposes.  Any use of the Files’ photos and articles for commercial use without an expressed written consent is strictly prohibited. All rights (also under international laws) are reserved.

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