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From: "Gayle Struska" <>
Subject: Re: [NOR] - Bremen passenger lists was Found it!!
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2006 13:39:14 -0600
Thank Daraleen, that is sad, isn't it? There were so many of them from so
many countries. Gayle
> > I wish I could find a list of ships leaving Bremen Germany.
> dw says:
> That's not likely to happen. See the following:
> The Bremen passenger
> lists of 1832-1872 were destroyed in 1875 by governmental decree
> owing to want of storage space. Thereafter only the current and
> two previous years were kept, until the destruction ceased in 1907.
> The lists of 1906-1931 were placed in the Statistisches Landesamt
> Bremen, which was bombed on 6 October 1944, resulting in the
> destruction of the remaining Bremen lists. An incomplete name
> index of the lists for 1904-1914 is held at the Bundesarchiv
> Koblenz, with microfilms available via your local LDS FHC. The
> Bremen Handelskammer archives has an apparently complete duplicate
> of the lists for 1920-1923,1925-1939 and a few lists back to 1834.
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