Germans in the Barossa Valley - In February, 1953, two young men from Germany came to the Barossa Valley in SA for the eight weeks grape-picking season. Now, nine years later, they still live there with their wives, parents, brother, and sister-in-law. They are Werner Koehler, 32, and his brother, Gerhard, 30, who came to Seppeltsfeld on the edge of the Valley from Vor de Kinzig-brucke to work for B Seppelt and sons Limited, a firm founded by a German migrant in 1851. The Koehler family, on the front patio of the house built by Werner and his father at Seppeltsfeld. From left are Reinhold and his wife Rita, Mr Koehler, Mr Koehler, Werner, his wife Elly and Gerhard
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