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Look Up on Outgoing/Imcoming Passenger lists

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Re: Look Up on Outgoing/Imcoming Passenger lists

Posted: 9 Feb 2013 5:17AM GMT
Classification: Query
I think a bit of googling would help here. If your uncle was a POW why not start by searching POW records from 1941-1945? It could not be any other dates. Assuming your aunt landed up in Australia because she had fled the Japanese invasion there is hardly likely to be a passenger list for a ship crowded with refugees fleeing from the enemy. Again the date has to be 1941-42. However I would have thought there should be a list of such people if they landed in Australia - what about "Refugees from Hong Kong/Japanese in Australia" - endless variations on such a theme - could throw up something. Generally speaking "passenger lists" are more likely to record leisurely routine runs.
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caz2000 6 Feb 2013 3:31PM GMT 
ianthompson17... 6 Feb 2013 7:38PM GMT 
caz2000 6 Feb 2013 8:11PM GMT 
ELLinSpain 7 Feb 2013 8:25PM GMT 
ELLinSpain 7 Feb 2013 8:19PM GMT 
halpark 9 Feb 2013 12:48AM GMT 
caz2000 9 Feb 2013 11:11AM GMT 
halpark 9 Feb 2013 12:17PM GMT 
caz2000 9 Feb 2013 3:09PM GMT 
nannyjacks 10 Feb 2013 1:57PM GMT 
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