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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] From the MadCoIL:List: Germans - Where they came from...
by Kristie Aldrup
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Sudetenland journal
by Louise S
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Re: Unter Reichenstein, Bohemia and the Mirwald Family
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Re: Sporl/Spoerl-Kaiser-Ploss-Eisendorf
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Bartek
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Re: Searching Skrivan
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Re: Wohlau, Luditz, Zettlitz, Trinksaifen
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] BARTEK - SKARKA - HAINY
by Klaus Riecken
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Re: GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-D Digest V02 #85
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Re: GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-D Digest V02 #86
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-D Digest V02 #86
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Sudeten Relatives
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Marburg or Harburg?
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Vorfahren in Sudetenland
by Dijkshoorn, Jochen
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] re: Scharfrichter
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Profession
by Richard Fischer
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] more specific village locations
by wendy Hantsbarger
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] ORIGIN / MEANING OF THE SURNAME CANEFF ?
by dick
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Heimatbote
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN] Czechs living closest to frontier say Prague fails to ...
by Robert J Pritzl
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