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Arbeitsberichte ("Work Reports")
Summaries and descriptions of individual holdings of the Martin Opitz Library are published in the Arbeitsberichte ("Work reports") series.
Brief aus dem HAUS SCHLESIEN ("Letter from HAUS SCHLESIEN")
You want to find out more about Haus Schlesien, its events, topics and partners? The "Brief aus dem HAUS SCHLESIEN” ("Letter from House Silesia") will keep you up to date!
Collection of the Martin Opitz Library
The Martin Opitz Library is the central library for German culture and history in Eastern Europe. It collects literature from all areas of East-Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. The main focus of the collections is on the regions that today form western Poland and the Kaliningrad region –...
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Collections and holdings of the Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie
With its collection and in-house art library, including an artists’ archive, the Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie (KOG) pursues a unique mission within Germany: to preserve, communicate and research the artistic heritage of the formerly German-influenced areas in Central, Eastern and Southeastern...
Archive | Holding | Library holdings
Collections and holdings of the Museum for Russian-German Cultural History
At the Museum for Russian-German Cultural History (MrK) you will find everything important about Russian-German culture and history! The numerous holdings in the library, collection and archive offer interested visitors both a thematic introduction and the opportunity for further research or...
Introductory overview of Russian-German genealogy
Your family has a Russian-German background and you would like to find out more about it? The Museum of Russian German Cultural History provides an overview to get you started with family research.
Kleine Schriften ("Small writings")
Short and sweet: these are the Kleine Schriften ("small writings") of the Martin Opitz Library.
Library of the Federal Institute for Culture and History of the Germans in Eastern Europe
The special library of the BKGE, which is open to the public, currently contains about 62,000 books and 990 periodicals (including about 100 current periodicals and 180 in Eastern European languages).
Museum of Russian-German Cultural History
Russian Germans: Who are they? Where do they come from? How did they live? The first and only museum for Russian-German cultural history in Germany, located in Detmold, deals with these questions – and thus builds a bridge between the history and the present of Russian-Germans in Germany.
The research of the Nordost-Institut centers around the history and culture of the countries from Poland to Russia. The focus is on the manifold interconnections of these regions with German history. Therefore, questions of relationship and regional history are pursued as well as aspects of minority...
Online library catalog
Object catalogs of the Museum for Russian-German Cultural History
The online catalogs of the Museum for Russian-German Cultural History allow for an overview of its collections.
Online library catalog
Online catalogue (OPAC) of the Museum of Russian-German Cultural History
You would like to do research in the library holdings of the Museum of Russian-German Cultural History? Use the OPAC!
Spiegelungen Award for Minimalist Prose
The depiction of literature in German from the Danube-Carpathian region – or literature that addresses this cosmos thematically – has for many years been of special interest in the “Spiegelungen”. This is because these works often pre-empt scientific analysis, challenge and question things,...
Professional development, exchange and networking on a wide range of library science and cultural history topics – this is the aim of the VOE conferences, which are organized every two years by the Martin Opitz Library.
So, you want to know all the details? The "Schriften" series gives a detailed insight into the topics of the Martin Opitz Library.