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Questions related to the movement of people between two or more distant geographical locations, whether over land, by water or by air, using various means of transportation, and can be for business, pleasure, or other purposes.

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There were assorted royal barges. There are precendents for very large galleys. There were some cruises carrying pilgrims in the middle ages. The nature of the passengers might make this the closest …
answered May 12 '17 by o.m.
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Iron Curtain and then with the Berlin Wall to close the last loophole. It is telling that travel and emigration was allowed for pensioners, but not for working age people. Most people in the GDR were … with a security clearance could travel, they just had to file contact reports afterwards. That being said, there were times when being branded as a commie-coddler could be bad for your career. Cf McCarthy. …
answered Jul 1 '15 by o.m.