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RE: [S-R] Hamburg Emigration Experience

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  • Bill Tarkulich
    Dave, I don t think the experience would have been much different. They weren t geographically very far apart. Then again, I haven t studied the ports to any
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 6, 2004
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      Dave,
      I don't think the experience would have been much different. They
      weren't geographically very far apart. Then again, I haven't studied
      the ports to any extent.
      Bill

      -----Original Message-----
      From: dhanich@... [mailto:dhanich@...]
      Sent: Tuesday, April 06, 2004 10:40 AM
      To: SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: Re: [S-R] Hamburg Emigration Experience


      Bill,
      I have a question. How similar would the Hamburg experience be
      to that of those who emigrated from, say, Bremen, such as my
      grandfather? It seems that it would be pretty much the same, or were
      there differences between different ports of embarkation? --Dave Hanich

      On Tue, 6 Apr 2004 08:10:29 -0400 "Bill Tarkulich"
      <bill.tarkulich@...> writes:
      > For those interested in the European emigration experience. Bill
      >
      > Excerpts from newsletter:
      > Nu? What's New?
      >
      > News About Jewish Genealogy
      >
      > from Avotaynu
      >
      > Vol. 5, No. 6 - March 28, 2004
      >
      > Gary Mokotoff, Editor
      >
      >
      > Online Video of the Hamburg Emigrant Experience
      > ===============================================
      >
      > If you have a high-speed modem, there is a 10-minute video of the
      > Hamburg emigrant experience at
      >
      <http://fhh1.hamburg.de/fhh/behoerden/staatsarchiv/link_to_your_roots/en
      > glish>
      >
      http://fhh1.hamburg.de/fhh/behoerden/staatsarchiv/link_to_your_roots/eng
      > lish
      >
      > /video_clips.htm. It is a 17MB download.
      >
      > Avotaynu sells a wonderful 80-page book published by the Hamburg
      > City
      > Archives that shows, through photographs, the emigration experience
      > of
      > our ancestors through the Port of Hamburg, Germany. There are more
      > than
      > 50 high-quality pictures plus numerous illustrations and posters.
      > My
      > favorite, which is shown at the Internet site, is the one of the
      > German-Jewish community assisting in processing their Eastern
      > European
      > coreligionists through the Hamburg port facilities. Most of the
      > pictures
      > are on the Internet at
      >
      <http://www.hamburg.de/Behoerden/Pressestelle/emigration/englisch/welcom
      > e.htm>
      >
      http://www.hamburg.de/Behoerden/Pressestelle/emigration/englisch/welcome
      > .htm
      >
      > , but you cannot fully appreciate the quality and interest of the
      > pictures except through the book. It is a worthwhile addition to your
      > genealogy book collection and can even be used as a coffee-table
      > book
      > for guests to peruse. All descriptions are in German and English.
      > You
      > can find additional information about the book at
      > <http://www.avotaynu.com/books/hamburg.htm>
      > http://www.avotaynu.com/books/hamburg.htm.
      >
      >
      >
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      David Hanich
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