German People's Union – National Association of Danube Swabians in Croatia

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The German People’s Union – National Association of Danube Swabians in Croatia (Croatian: Njemačka narodnosna zajednica - Zemaljska udruga Podunavskih Švaba u Hrvatskoj) is a Croatian organization representing the German minority, most obviously the Danube Swabians. Established in 1992, and headquartered in Osijek, the organization is active in a number of fields, most prominently culture.[1][2]

In the Croatian parliamentary election, 2003, they nominated one Nikola Mak in the election for the special seat for the German minority and won one seat in parliament.[3]

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