Leaving Russia In 1914
- From: sallieposniak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Sallie Posniak)
- Date: 30 Apr 2011 07:25:34 -0700
My father left Russia from Germany in August, 1914.
He was aboard a ship [I assume, German but don't know for certain] on the day that WW1 broke out. He and all passengers were transferred from that ship to another.
I don't know the name of the first ship?
I don't know the name of the second ship?
I don't know which German port he left from?
What port the ship arrived?
How long a trip would take?
Is there anyone else who has the same problem with a family member?
I would appreciate any advice.
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