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Bunker family history by Henry L. Bunker

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Published by Bunker Family Association in [Sanibel, Fla.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bunker family.

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Edition Notes

Includes history, constitution and by-laws, list of officers, etc. of the Bunker Family Association of America.

StatementHenry L. Bunker.
ContributionsBunker Family Association of America.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.B938 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination147 p., [5] p. of plates :
Number of Pages147
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2480266M
LC Control Number87400326

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  Free-Space Genealogy pages: Bunker Family Association 1 photos, managed by Andrea Powell. Bunker Genealogy, Descendants of James Bunker of Dover, N.H. Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, USA managed by Rick Pierpont. Bunker Name Study 4 photos, managed by James Paxton One Name Studies WikiTree. The Bunker (German: Die Katakombe), also published as The Berlin Bunker, is an account, written by American journalist James P. O'Donnell and German journalist Uwe Bahnsen, of the history of the Führerbunker in early , as well as the last days of German dictator Adolf Hitler. The English edition was first published in Original title: Die Katakombe – Das Ende in der Reichskanzlei. The Bunker Family Association published an extensive array of materials to aid those interested in sharing Bunker genealogical data and to help preserve the Bunker heritage for impending generations. In , BFA Historian Bette Bunker Richards completed an electronic version on Devonshire Bunkers.   This book is the end result of that research that he did between and 90% of the bunker dwellers survived the war, O'Donnell visited the bunker in while in the army when it was under control by the Russians and later as a writer for Newsweek interviewed 50 people who were in the bunker in the last three months/5.