COLUMBIA — Adolf "Dolf" E. Schroeder had a passion for German history. He was the son of German immigrants, lived in Germany for 16 years, and was one of a few people who could read the old German script used in pre-World War II bibles and letters, his son Richard Schroeder said.
German scholar Adolf Schroeder helped Missouri residents connect with their heritage
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