My father immigrated to Canada from Germany in 1952. He is now 94 years old. He wrote about his trip about ten years ago and said that he came from Bremen on December 25, 1951 arriving in Halifax, Nova Scotia on January 7, 1952 aboard the Arosa Kulm. Yet I found his old immigrant card from Canada and it is stamped with a ship named the T.S.S. Neptunia. I cannot really ask him about this discrepancy because he has experienced a mental decline. But if I simply ask him what ship he came to Canada on he still says the Arosa Kulm. I contacted the pier 21 museum to ask them if they had passenger lists for the respective boats, but they said I’d have to contact the Canadian immigration. They thought my father might have misremembered. I wonder if he might have changed ships at a port after Bremen. In his writings he mentioned that there was an horrific storm and other details about the trip. I am trying to write a biography of father based on his writings. I wonder if there might be passenger lists hidden away somewhere, so I could confirm which ship my father traveled on.