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Re: Oxbrun / Ochsbrun, Austria (Bohemia?)
by List user
22 years, 11 months
Oxbrun / Ochsbrun, Austria (Bohemia?)
by Norm Pihale
22 years, 11 months
Burda von Blischczicz i. ehem. Schlesien
by Gerhard Marterer
22 years, 11 months
Re: Places Brockersdorf and N.Lindewiese, Silesia (or Moravia?)
by Andreas Hanacek
22 years, 11 months
Research In The Czech Republic
by Ed Arntzen
22 years, 11 months
Places Brockersdorf and N.Lindewiese, Silesia (or Moravia?)
by Jose Mascheroni
22 years, 11 months
Re: Freiwaldau, Bohemia
by List user
22 years, 12 months
Freiwaldau, Bohemia
by Kim Stewart
22 years, 12 months
Re: Book List
by Wilfried Lagler
22 years, 12 months
Book List
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22 years, 12 months
Re: net resource (2)
by Dora Selig
23 years
Re: net resource
by Dora Selig
23 years
Re: The German-Bohemian Heritage Society
by List user
23 years
net resource
by List user
23 years
Is Your Web Site A Secret?
by List user
23 years
The German-Bohemian Heritage Society
by Ewald Keil
23 years
The German-Bohemian Heritage Society
by List user
23 years
Re: Film re: Hoeritz Passionsspiele (CZ) (fwd)
by Dora Selig
23 years
MASCHEK
by List user
23 years
GBL: research in czech archives - a report
by Dora Selig
23 years
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