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Connections between Jews of Bohemia and Moravia(Austria) and Jews of Lower Silesia(Prussia) 1700-1945.

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  • Margarete Friedländer (1904 - c.1942)
    Death: of Ernst and Margarethe Feig
  • Albina Schostal (1856 - 1926)
    Birth: KRÁSNÝ DVŮR 904 N 1850-1884 kn 904 16/63
  • Carla (Karoline) Baumgarten (1886 - 1924)
    National Archives Prague, Police Headquarters Prague -residence applications, archival box number 111, folio 812: Prague Residence and Business Directory 1910: See photo of a grave maintenance re...
  • Adolf Feig (1858 - 1913)
    Birth: KRÁSNÝ DVŮR904N 1850-1884 22/63Death: Jewishgen, JRI Poland, burial record, Wroclaw

There was an administrative border between Prague and Czechoslovakia on the one hand, and Breslau and Lower Silesia on the other. But my great-grandmother from Breslau married my great-grandfather from Prague some time after 1880 and from 1898 when my great-grandfather died(and possibly before)until Shoah the family basically commuted back and forth. Other than my own family history I'm not finding any specific reference to this connection. Anybody else have anything? Please feel free to add yourself to the project. I'm new here and suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks!