Deutsches Auswandererhaus (Bremerhaven, Germany) Reviews
Description:Address: Columbusstrasse 65 / 27568 Bremerhaven / Germany
Newest Review: ... meaning there were lots of clones walking around. The museum has an entrance and an exit, visitors must follow a given route, it's not possible to pop in and out at random. One starts in a bleak waiting room for emigrants which sets the atmosphere. The walls are full of graffiti advising people to keep an eye on their belongings and warning them against pick pockets and con men. The door is ... more
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by - written on 15/02/12, updated on 16/02/12 (Very useful, 109 readings)
The biggest German ports are Hamburg on the river Elbe and Bremen on the river Weser situated where the rivers flow into the North Sea. More than twelve million people, Germans, but also Scandinavians and people from Eastern Europe, emigrated to the Americas via these two cities between 1830 and 1974. About five million left from Hamburg, about seven from Bremerhaven. They left because of political or religious persecution or to escape poverty. Of course, adventurers were also among them as were criminals who knew that emigrating to America would mean they could never be found. In 2005 Europe's largest theme museum on emigration opened in Bremerhaven. It's ... Read the complete review
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