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From: "Rhonda Houston" <>
Subject: RE: [TSL] German 1857 came from port of Marseilles,france,Why?
Date: Tue, 2 Jul 2002 00:00:50 -0500
Perhaps your ancestor was trying to avoid some type of compelling disaster
or prescribed duty/service within his country...what historically was going
on during the time he was making his exit that would have compelled him to
use another country and port source to find a vessel to escape the area...
Read what had been happening with Germany since 1812....up to 1850.
And here it says that Engles' writing was busy creating another German
Revolution in 1850 that had already taken place in 1215, which eventually,
did evolve into the suppression of one local revolt after the other by the
army of the princes, together with a sometimes comic similitude in the
behaviour of the city middle-class. This writing had religious and political
controversies that acted as a reflection of 'class' struggles that were
taking place simultaneously. I think I'd would have liked to escape from
Germany myself if things like this was going on...France apparently was a
safe haven and had a ready port for a fast departure. Perhaps this was the
Sent: Sunday, June 09, 2002 7:54 PM
Subject: Re: [TSL] German 1857 came from port of Marseilles,france,Why?
In a message dated 6/9/02 7:24:46 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
Use the below link to the Wo part of the world index, click on each name to
see where it is. The first I tried I cannot believe anyone would go to
to take a ship. I would think if they left from France it was because they
were living in the area.
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