|The front over of her Deutsche Kennkarte dated from 1950 - this has to be her second one post war|
|Cover of Maria von Fersen's de-Nazification notice|
|On June 9th 1947 my grandmother was declared not to have been a Nazi under the March 5th 1946 law about National Socialism and Militarism|
|Maria von Fersen's Passage Contract to Canada. She sailed with her two sons and her grandson.|
Total cost was $425 to sail on the the four of them on the Arosa Kulm. They left Bremerhaven on June 22nd 1954 and arrived at Quebec City on July 2nd 1954.
You can see pictures of the Arosa Kulm from a summer 1956 sailing to Canada. The Arosa Kulm seems to be much fancier ship than the Beaverbrae which brought the bulk of the Baltic Germans to Canada in the early 1950s