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Author: Circe Woessner

Circe Olson Woessner, born and raised overseas, attended the University of Maryland, Munich Campus (UMMC) from 1979-1981. It was much later, after transferring to a stateside “traditional four-year” college, that she realized that her experiences at Munich had enriched her “Weltanschauung” more than any other college could hope to. Circe grew up, married a fellow Munich alum, and spent the next 20 years as an Army wife. She recently founded the Museum of the American Military Family in Albuquerque, NM.

A tender but insightful true history of what makes the alumni of the University of Maryland, Munich Campus so special. Occasionally outrageous, sometimes hilarious, but always entertaining.

UMMC was a magical place created under unique circumstances. Everyone affiliated with UMMC can’t help but to have come away from the experience uniquely tied to a special group unlike any other.

This sequel to Bavarian Crème continues to be occasionally outrageous, sometimes hilarious, but always entertaining.

Like its (younger) sister campuses in Augsburg and Mannheim, UMMC was a magical place created under unique circumstances. In 2004, after a 54-year tradition, the last of these extraordinary two-year residential campuses will fade away into history. Everyone affiliated with the University of Maryland overseas can’t help but to have come away from the experience uniquely tied to a special group like no other. These are some of their stories.

iuniverse 2002, 2003

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