The German-Bohemian mailing list is a discussion group for those interested in sharing information about the culture, genealogy and heritage of the German-speaking people of Bohemia and Moravia, now the Czech Republic. This list was founded in August of 1996 by Robert Paulson, Dora Selig, and Paula Goblirsch.
To ensure smooth operation of this mailing list, we request that members observe the following:
Treat others the way you want to be treated. Respond to the subject (and not the person) if you disagree with something in a post. Remain polite even if differences of opinions come up. Honest, open communication is essential, but it must be delivered with respect for other members’ thoughts and expressions. Don’t harass, abuse or threaten other members. Don’t post any content that’s vulgar, hateful, illegal or otherwise offensive. Any member who instigates contraventions will be removed without further ado from the list.
In the subject line please add an informative or meaningful subject. Pay attention so that contributions do not become too long. You can avoid long emails by deleting older or unnecessary parts of a discussion thread in your reply. Attachments are not permitted in this list.
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To subscribe to the list in mail mode (one email for every posting), send a message containing only the word SUBSCRIBE to: GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L-REQUEST@rootsweb.com
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Posting to the List
In their first message to the list after subscribing, we ask that new subscribers post a list of the names and villages that they are researching. Submissions can be in German or English.
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