In this weeks edition of MISSING LINKS, a weekly newsletter for genealogists
(that I receive via e-mail), there is an article on International Reply
Coupons, and the difficulties that arise when someone in Germany attempts to
use the coupons.
If you do not receive MISSING LINKS, I will be happy to forward a copy of this
week's edition so that you may read the article. It is too long for me to
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