Where would an ex-German WW1 soldier have made his home when he landed in NYC in 1920?Many went to California but where in NYC did they stay?
- MikeLv 77 months ago
There was a great concentration of German-Americans along the Brooklyn-Queens border, from Bushwick, Ridgewood, Maspeth, Glendale, Woodhaven, Richmond Hill.
- Anonymous7 months ago
A run-down tenement.
- JonLv 77 months ago
Around that time, the Upper East Side was popular for Germans. The Yorkville area was commonly known as Germantown. The main drag, 86th Street, was locally referred to as Sauerkraut Boulevard.