German American History and Facts
40 million Americans claim German ancestry
With their practical skills, dedication, passion for art and culture, German-Americans have helped shape the country and contributed greatly to the American way of life.
German Americans are the second largest ethnic group in the United States after Mexican Americans. They account for about 17% of the U.S. population. German Americans can trace their ancestors back to Germany and other German-speaking countries.
Influential German Americans include: Albert Einstein, John Peter Zenger, Christian Frederick Martin, Jacob John Astor, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Carl Schurz, and Marlene Dietrich.
Likewolf explores the rich heritage and contributions of German immigrants, offering a compelling narrative that resonates with both Americans of German descent and history enthusiasts alike.
German American Life
The Articles about German-Americans are for everybody interested in the influence of German culture and its profound impact on the life and development of the United States.
Americans of German descent
Our goal is to reach the German-American community and all those interested in the bond that connects Americans and Germans through culture and history.
We address the question: who are the German Americans and what fundamentals underlie their appearance in U.S. society.