We'd like to thank the German Consulate General Los Angeles, 6222 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 500, Los Angeles, CA 90048, www.germany.info/losangeles for their financial support of this website and for the feature documentary ID incomplete – One Man’s Quest for his True Identity.

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“The United States Embassy in Berlin admires the effort of Mr. Norbert Alexiou to found an organization that will bring together the children of American soldiers in Germany and their fathers in America. … Mr. Alexiou’s efforts and his television documentation of aspects of this effort should go a long way toward affirming the ongoing relationships between Germans and Americans and should help many to better understand our commonality.”

Thomas Delaney, Cultural Attaché, U.S. Embassy, Berlin (Letter of Support)

“We believe that the documentation of your own search of your American father will also inspire other German children and American fathers to continue their search and to help find each other. Through this touching story American and German audiences may learn how strong family ties across the Atlantic can be.”

Dr. Hans Jürgen Wendler, German Consulate General, Los Angeles (Letter of Support)

“The fate of so-called German “GI kids” is a subject area not sufficiently dealt with in our society. … Illustrating the curricula and dilemmas of GI kids and their families in a TV documentary is a good strategic tool to make their problems known to a wider audience and thus to convey a positive handling of this topic.”

André Schmitz, Senate of Berlin, Chief of Staff, Berlin (Letter of Support)

“In the life story of Mr. Alexiou and others like him, we see how family ties can endure across the Atlantic and how family members can even be re-united.”

Brunhild Pütz, Verband der Deutsch-Americanischen Clubs, Kaiserslautern (Letter of Support)

"I am impressed not only by the complexity of the subject but also by the thoroughness and dedication with which you approach the matter. As Coordinator of German – American Cooperation in the German Federal Foreign Office, I am very grateful to you for sharing your insight with a large public. This important issue of transatlantic relevance clearly merits all our attention.”

Karsten D. Voigt, Coordinator of German-American Cooperation, Foreign Office, Berlin (Letter of Support)



In addition, we'd like to thank our following partners whose support has been of great value:

Eric Gersh, EMG Studios, 5737 Kanan Rd. #157, Agoura Hills, CA 91301, U.S.A., Tel. (818) 575 9708, info@emgstudios.com, www.emgstudios.com

Werbeagentur Gerasch Communications, Osannstr. 11, 64285 Darmstadt, Tel. (06151) 4988-0, info@gerasch.de, www.gerasch.de

Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, 5750 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA 90036 Tel. (323) 525 3388, Fax (323) 934 3597, info@losangeles.goethe.org, www.goethe.de/losangeles