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You should book in advance, for this is quite a small pension and, as I said, well known. How to get there: Bundesarchiv koblenz online dating Koblenz main railway station Hbftake the bus 2 or 12 direction Karthause to get to the Bundesarchiv. They have a very good and informative website which you should in any case consult first: The website is also available in English.
It provides a list of holdings and findings aids, general information on how to use the archive and an online contact sheet as well. As I said, you should first consult their website which will provide you with the basic information about the archives. You should then contact the Bundesarchiveither by post or by the online contact form. You will have to book your place in advance since the reading room is not a very big one, but I should also add that I never saw it crowded either. Whether it is the first time you are using the archive or not, they will
Bundesarchiv koblenz online dating you to fill out a form with the usual information name, address, institute, research topic, etc.
You can then consult the finding aids and order your documents. Surprisingly for a German "Bundesarchiv koblenz online dating," the Bundesarchiv have opening hours every archive fans would dream of: There are enough places on the table for the documents and your own stuff.
To my experience, it tended to be rather chilly in there, so be sure to be warmly dressed or at least take a jacket, even in the summer time.
Once you are done with the finding aids, you can order the documents you found. It is best to do so when you arrive. Everything is provided for the use of a laptop. Personal scanners are not allowed. I am not sure about digital cameras. For paper documents, you have to put in a request to do photocopies and fill out the form.
Once the copies are done, the firm in charge of the photocopying will send them to you. You should Bundesarchiv koblenz online dating with at least 2 weeks for a national packet. It may take longer for international shipping. If you have microfiches and wish to copy a document, you
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Their microfiches readers have a printer. Both ways are expensive. The Bundesarchiv does have a cafeteria where researchers can eat as well as employees.
It Bundesarchiv koblenz online dating not 3-star cuisine but in any case is better than any "Bundesarchiv koblenz online dating" sandwich.
German people are used to having lunch rather early, i. They have the papers of most of the ministries with exception of the Foreign ministry which has its own in Berlin: It is a good complement to the research you can do in other archives. And, of course, it has great opening hours.
It is really perfect if you are only in Koblenz for Bundesarchiv koblenz online dating small amount of time and wish to do as much as possible in a few days. They also have a library whose main focus is the history of the German Federal Republic.
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