Hrastovac - Eichendorf




Rosina T. Schmidt

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Rosina T. Schmidt,
  unless otherwise noted.


Hrastovac Photo Collection

2009 Germany Hrastovac-Eichendorf Treffen

and surrounding neighborhood villages

Photos by Rosina T. Schmidt, 2009

Page One

The Family Fehir brought this Hrastovac Lutheran Church Bible in 1969 to Weiskirchen, where it is kept in its archives. 
This Bible was gifted by the Sisak, Croatia Lutheran community to the newly erected Hrastovac-Eichendorf church in 1929.
The tower of the Lutheran Church in Weiskirchen (now part of city of Rodgau in Hesse, which was the new spiritual home for many of the Hrastovac refugees in their new homeland of Germany.
Anna Bialleck, nee Trautmann in front of the Weiskirchen's Lutheran Church, where she was baptized and confirmed.
In Weiskirchen's cemetery chapel are the fallen fathers and sons of the WWII honoured. Most of those honored there were born and raised in and around Hrastovac, Slavonia. Standing in front of the memorial are Rosina Schmidt, Hermann Jäger and Anna Bialleck, Sept. 2009
One of the many streets in Weiskirchen where Hrastovac refugees built their homes by own hand after they established their roots once again in a new homeland.
 Another Weiskirchen 'Hrastovacers' street.
  All 'Hrastovacers' homes.