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Question by Karine
Submitted on 3/3/2004
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My mother was born in Breslau Germany on 11-16-33 and would like to obtain a birth certificate, but we cannot find anyone or a current site in which to give us information on how to obtain a birth certificate, does anyone know a site or url you could send me?  Thank you


Answer by Martin
Submitted on 4/28/2004
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From what I hear all the files from breslau where moved to berlin after the war. Maybe try there.

Martin

 

Answer by ken
Submitted on 1/26/2005
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My grandmother was born in Breslau Germany also, the treaty of Potsdam 1945 gave Poland the city of Breslau now named Wroclaw Poland. Good luck it took me a long time to fund this out. There is a lot more history on this city.

 

Answer by Ruth
Submitted on 2/20/2005
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We have Breslau ancestors, and questions of family and birth certificates were directed to church archives in state archives in Breslau/Wroclaw.  Address:Archiwum panstwowe w Wroclawiu, ul.Pomorska 2, PL-50215 Wroclaw
Good luck!

 

Answer by jamie
Submitted on 6/27/2005
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I noticed your question about Breslau, I am in the same situation about finding the birth certificate, how would i contact Berlin for this information.
Thanks Jamie

 

Answer by sieglinde
Submitted on 7/26/2005
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I was born in Breslau in 1943 and I obtained my birth certificate through the Polish embassy in Washington, DC

 

Answer by David
Submitted on 8/3/2005
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Karine, my mother also was born in Breslau I am from Santiago-Chile,  She is still alive and have 67 years old. Please let me know if you have some news about your request because Im looking for some Breslau pictures from that time.  
David

 

Answer by Claudine
Submitted on 11/7/2005
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My mother attempted to get her birth certificate from Breslau and it was mailed to her in Polish

 

Answer by veronika schaper
Submitted on 12/28/2005
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If your mother was baptized, try church records.  If immigrated to USA, what documentation was accepted at that time for proof of birth?  
from: Veronika born in Breslau 1/29/37, my parents had a {Stammbuch) documenting marriage and children's birth records.

 

Answer by Rudi
Submitted on 4/26/2006
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I got my Birth-Certificates from the polish Consulate. Palmach13@Webtv.net

 

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