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Alsace-Lorraine: Atlantic Bridge to Germany

By Linda M. Herrick & Wendy K. Uncapher. In the *Atlantic Bridge to Germany* series, covering the geography and history of Alsace-Lorraine, and contains detailed maps from 1876-89. Also lists each placename with its French equivalent, keyed to the maps, the County ("Kreis") and coverage of Catholic and Protestant registers. Published in the USA, but available from stock in the UK....

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Baden: Atlantic Bridge to Germany

By Linda M Herrick & Wendy K Uncapher. In the same series as the Alsace-Lorraine book above and containing the same features. NB the book covers the old pre-1918 Grand Duchy of Baden and its predecessor territories; not the Kingdom of Wurttemberg which will be dealt with in a later volume. Baden is now part of the Land of Baden-Wurttemberg....

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Escaping the Crooked Cross. Internment correspondence between Paul & Charlotte Bondy in WW2.

Correspondence between Paul Bondy and his wife Charlotte. Paul was interned at Huyton, near Liverpool, as an enemy alien in mid 1940 and not released until December 1940. Edited by Jo Bondy & Jennifer Taylor. Translations by Gisela Moritz. ...

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Jewish Ancestors? A Guide to Jewish Genealogy in Lithuania.

By Sam Aaron. 1st edition (August 2005). Published by Jewish Genealogical Society in Great Britain. Concentrates on research into families from the Baltic Country of Lithuania which has a history similar to those of Latvia and Estonia (see above). Provides useful information on the historical geography of the area and advice on research in Lithuanian records. (130 pages) A5...

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Jewish Ancestors? A Guide to Jewish Genealogy in Poland (Revised February 2014).

By Susan Fifer, edited by Judith Samson. 2nd edition (2014). Published by Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain. Concentrates on research into families from historic Country of Poland covering areas formerly in Germany, Austria and Russia. Provides useful information on the historical geography of the area and advice on research in Polish records. (80 pages) A5...

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Living with the Wire: Civilian Internment in the Isle of Man during the two World Wars

Edited by Yvonne Cresswell, revised ed, 2010. Originally published as a guide to an exhibition at the Manx Museum in Douglas, Isle of Man. Now substantially revised with large numbers of additional colour illustrations and maps....

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Pomerania: Atlantic Bridge to Germany.

By Linda M Herrick & Wendy K Uncapher. In the same series as the Alsace-Lorraine book above and containing the same features. NB the book covers the old pre-1918 Prussian Province of Pomerania and its predecessor territories; now split between Geremany and Poland....

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Soldatenehr' als Mobelzier. Soldiers in uniform on painted furniture and other folk art objects.

Catalogue of an exhibition held in 2003 at Rossler Museum, Untermunkheim, Edited by Karl-Heinz Wuestner. Produced to accompany a German museum exhibition of German painted furniture with special emphasis on folk art showing soldiers and other military subjects. Detailed historical articles by various experts. In German. ...

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Two Countries - Two Wars

The English Church in Hamburg and an indomitable caretaker: Mabel Wulff, BEM. by Madeleine Resuhr. The English Church was built in 1838 and has survived both World Wars. This is the stiry of Mabel Phillips of Newport, South Wales, who married a German sailor, Max Wulff, and moved with him to settle in Hamburg. She became caretaker of the English church there and took care of it until the late 1960...

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