If there is a birth certificate, it could have place of birth........birth indexes if you have a name will also give place of birth, including which quarter, the baby was registered. If you have only a name, then it is a hard slog of reading the indexes, until you find a name, date or place, which seems to fit. The US privacy laws are quite good but the Canadian Privacy Act, is inhumane. Try Ancestry.com or the Church of the Latter Day Saints, they have an incredible amount of info. I am researching for my biological Father, who was a Canadian and my Mother was taken care of by the Canadian Red Cross in England but they are not forth-coming with any information. The last e-mail I wrote to them, has not been answered. I would be interested to know how many WW2 war babies are still around. Finding out is difficult but there has to be a way of making changes.
Below is a Boston Globe article of a Berlin man searching for his American Soldier father. Simply click the link. I also found a British organization called TRACE ... This organization works to connect English children of American servicemen with their fathers.
the babies stay with their mothers
Yes, they do come out from mothers when they are born. But fathers also helped start the baby, so babies "come from" both mothers and fathers.
Farm Babies and Their Mothers - 1954 was released on: USA: 1954
Babies eats all the nutrients from their mothers.
the babies drink there mothers milk
Tiger babies suckle milk from their mothers.
They nurse their babies. Like all mammals, they give their babies milk.
the mothers womb
I suggest you google "Mothers on Methadone program at Kent General Hospital" for thorough information. You will find that normal babies are born every day to mothers using methadone.
Babies, children, adults, wives, mothers, sisters, brothers, fathers. Occupying armies soldiers. Iraqi's fighting to get rid of invading and occupying forces.
Piglets (babies) Sows (mothers) Boars (fathers)
Echidnas are mammals, so the young feed on mothers' milk.
They were usually killed with their mothers.
Yes they do.
Yes they do
Most mothers spend more time with the baby and many mothers breast feed.
Kits usually stay with their mothers for 7 months.
Elephants are mammals. They drink their mothers milk from underneath the mothers until they are big. :)