Re: searching for Dutch relatives + #general
K.S. wrote on 04 mrt 2006 in soc.genealogy.jewish:
Hi! Are there any specialized search database for pre and post-warYes, there is:
All who died during the Sjoa are displayed here, It is a mega project.
English version is complete.
Lezeger In Memoriam, an other older way to the same group.
Enough English is supplied.
Their Dutch Genealogial database:
[English instructions at http://tinyurl.com/zk26q -- Moderator.]
The general Registry files now about 50% filled >from the municipal files.
This one is in Dutch, but with some trial and error perfectly accessible
for the intelligent foreigner. Mainly marriages, but also Births and Death.
Amsterdam, the Haghe not jet included.
The Local Amsterdam and the Hague municipal files are probably to difficult
witout he Dutch, but we could help you given enough information.
[or http://tinyurl.com/roa65 ]
Nice scans, dificult to read.
Provincial archives are being duplicated in the above Genlias.nl
Dutch telephone directory of 1915:
nicely indexed scans of the main daily papers 1910-1945
General historical information English:
Netherlands Society for Jewish Genealogy:
Dutch institute for War documentation.
The gouvernment scientific office.
and many local efforts.
or would someone know a person who specializesWhy don't you just ask here, and we will try to help you.
I've had success with various Polish resources, but little with Dutch.Again try your best or ask here.
Several other people<http://dutchjewry.huji.ac.il/> I often use, this page looks English to me!
I tried to e-mail themI do not think they are the right source.
The material onYou assume wrong, limited English is improbable(!) in general overhere, but
they are probably hard working volunteers, perhaps having other priorities.
Please give names and information about your quest on this NG, and many
will at least send you in the right direction, even possibly someone will
have something in their personal family triee archives.
I would have thought a chazan in the Hague would have beenWhy a chazan? You just write to president of the local Jewish community if
the general resources fail, but first try those, including this NG.
I also heard several years ago that the Dutch helped reconnect JewishThe nearly perfect public administration of the Netherlands, a G'd's-sent
for the German occupation during Sjoa, has left not many "great questions"
of separations overhere. In Eastern Europe this is different.
The said TV-program is mostly aiding present day non-Jewish research of a
very personal/emotional kind, like third world adoptions of the 1950-1980
era. They are not for general questions. Only interested making nice TV
with some soap like content.
By the way, I was also looking for some archival material fromI don't know about that, but why do you expect others to use your native
language? You, as the asking party, could try local [to you] help to
contact those in their own language.
For the Netherlands, English is not a problem!
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