German Embassy, Washington, DC
Capitol Hill in Washington DC
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Oct 22, 2014
A group of senior Congressional staffers recently went on a six-day study trip to Germany that took them to the capital city Berlin and to Munich for a series of high-level roundtable meetings.
Congressional Study Trip
Oct 22, 2014
On October 20, US Army Colonel Robert Dunton was awarded the German Armed Forces Foreign Duty Medal for his service in Kosovo. German Honorary Consul, Charles W. Dahlquist II and US Major General Jefferson S. Burton presented Dunton the award in his home state of Utah.
German Armed Forces Foreign Duty Medal
Oct 16, 2014
For the annual staff outing this year, the employees of the German Embassy chose historic Fredericksburg, VA, as our destination, viewing the Civil War battlefield, having lunch in town and touring various museums.
Oct 8, 2014
Adam Begley, author of “Updike” (Harper Collins, 2014), was the featured author of the Berliner Salon at the Residence this week. The Berliner Salon is a series of literary events featuring German and American authors that Ambassador Peter Wittig and his wife Huberta von Voss-Wittig have been hosting since they first came to the US in 2010.
Third Berliner Salon
Oct 7, 2014
"In 1989, demonstrations in East Germany had been building over the summer months. The battle cry of the powerful Monday demonstrations in Leipzig, 'We are the people!' soon evolved into the call 'We are one people!'" said Ambassador Wittig.