Prussia-Schlesien History

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=== Schlesien History  ===
  
 
Here is a link to Silesia history. The text is in German. Hilite the URL, go to Google translation tools, enter the link in "translating a website", choose German to English and read all about very i<span id="fck_dom_range_temp_1281464767194_337" />nformative details about the history of Silesia.  
 
Here is a link to Silesia history. The text is in German. Hilite the URL, go to Google translation tools, enter the link in "translating a website", choose German to English and read all about very i<span id="fck_dom_range_temp_1281464767194_337" />nformative details about the history of Silesia.  
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=== Breslau History  ===
  
 
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For wonderful historical emails that you can receive in your own mail box regarding the History of Breslau prior to WWII, contact Egon Hocker at&nbsp;egon.hoecker@gmx.de. These historical pdf files come 2-3 times monthly and share photos, and articles concerning Breslau.  
For wonderful historical emails that you can receive in your own mail box regarding the History of Breslau prior to WWII, contact Egon Hocker at&nbsp;egon.hoecker@gmx.de. These historical pdf files come 2-3 times monthly and share photos, and articles concerning Breslau.
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Schlesien History

Here is a link to Silesia history. The text is in German. Hilite the URL, go to Google translation tools, enter the link in "translating a website", choose German to English and read all about very informative details about the history of Silesia.

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schlesien

Breslau History

For wonderful historical emails that you can receive in your own mail box regarding the History of Breslau prior to WWII, contact Egon Hocker at egon.hoecker@gmx.de. These historical pdf files come 2-3 times monthly and share photos, and articles concerning Breslau.