Talk:Czech Republic Emigration and Immigration

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== Searching the Bremen passenger list  ==
 
== Searching the Bremen passenger list  ==
  
I clicked the linked to view the full list of the passengers from Bremen and the link takes me to a blank blog and says there is nothing matching my criteria.
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I clicked the linked to view the full list of the passengers from Bremen and the link takes me to a blank blog and says there is nothing matching my criteria.  
 
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Thank you for your comment. It was very helpful. Here is new link: http://www.bremer-passagierlisten.de/ Enter surname into the search box on the left side of the screen. I suggest that you use all three options - exact match, case sensitive and soundex. I was able to find my ancestor using soundex.<br>[[User:Pysnaks|Pysnaks]] 17:39, 14 January 2013 (UTC)
 
Thank you for your comment. It was very helpful. Here is new link: http://www.bremer-passagierlisten.de/ Enter surname into the search box on the left side of the screen. I suggest that you use all three options - exact match, case sensitive and soundex. I was able to find my ancestor using soundex.<br>[[User:Pysnaks|Pysnaks]] 17:39, 14 January 2013 (UTC)

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Emigration

It would be nice to include what Czech citizens had to do to emigrate - examples of procedures they had to do, forms, passports, tax relief, military relief, etc.

Great Suggestion

Thank you. I agree. I hope that the community will get involved and expand on this.

Searching the Bremen passenger list

I clicked the linked to view the full list of the passengers from Bremen and the link takes me to a blank blog and says there is nothing matching my criteria.

New Link

Thank you for your comment. It was very helpful. Here is new link: http://www.bremer-passagierlisten.de/ Enter surname into the search box on the left side of the screen. I suggest that you use all three options - exact match, case sensitive and soundex. I was able to find my ancestor using soundex.
Pysnaks 17:39, 14 January 2013 (UTC)