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Learn how to use German Churchbooks to reconstruct German hometown areas. This class focuses on church records located in Uniontown, Missouri and emigration from Rheinbayern and Oberfranken, Bavaria.
Professor Laurence Brockliss, from the University of Oxford, discusses how ADM 101 has been used by his team over the past ten years, and considers how the newly digitised files will aid their future research. This talk was recorded as part of 'The journeys of discovery: surgeons at sea - ADM 101 Research Symposium'.
In this course you will learn how to research Polish individuals who were displaced during and after World War II.
This talk takes a look beyond the day-to-day purpose of railway timetables, to consider how they reveal changes in the pace, regularity and frequency of mobility in the 19th century. Dr Tony Wakeford is a historical geographer with research interests in the economic and social influence of 19th century railway development. He is a lecturer in social sciences at the Open University and is also the magazine editor for the Friends of The National Archives.