GERMANY-PASSENGER-LISTS-L ArchivesArchiver > GERMANY-PASSENGER-LISTS > 2009-02 > 1233501487
Subject: Re: [G-P-L] translation
Date: Sun, 1 Feb 2009 10:18:07 EST
Don't know of any German translations for the computer.
There is a set of books entitled "Germans to America" which might give you
the information you are looking for. These books are available at most
libraries who have a good genealogy department.
I know you said your relative came from Poland, but so did mine, and I found
them in these books. In the back of each book (they are by years) there is
an alphabetical listing of names. It will then tell you what page to go to,
and on that page it will give you the ship's name, date of arrival, port of
There is a way to find information on relatives in Poland. Contact the
Polish National Archives. This is an address that was given to me for them. Not
sure if this name is in the German or Polish language:
BISCHOFLICHES ZENTRALARCHIV REGENSBURG. There is two .. over the O in
St. Petersweg 11-13 93047 Regensburg (This is the way the addresses
are written in Germany and Poland --- it is backwards from the USA way).
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