Re: Travel from Mogilev region to England, maybe via Hamburg, in 1905?
- From: anna94306@xxxxxxxxx (Anna Reuter)
- Date: 20 Jan 2012 11:29:59 -0800
It discusses how Jews traveled from Eastern Europe to England and beyond.
Martha Forsyth <theforsyths@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm wondering what route my grandfather (Abraham SCHECTER/SCHECTER) might
have taken when he "fled" because of his involvement with the failing 1905
Russian Revolution? Supposedly he "left on foot, made his way to Hamburg".
He spent probably only several weeks in England with his wife and infant
daughter, before leaving for Philadelphia in June of 1905. (Family followed
6 months later.) ...
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