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JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #yiddish

bounce-3546894-772983@...
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Yiddish Theatre and Vadeville #YiddishTheatre JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #yiddish

bounce-3546894-772983@...
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Online Memorial to the Jews Deported from France #general

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
 

Hello,

I have posted an online database of the "Memorial to the Jews Deported from
France", available at https://stevemorse.org/france .

This search tool provides immediate access to information on the tragic fate
of the 78,000 Jews who were deported >from France/died in internment camps in
France or were shot in France during the Nazi occupation and the Vichy
regime.

The database is built >from Serge Klarsfeld's "Memorial de la Deportation
des Juifs de France, 2012 version". It includes corrections he made since
2012, as well as additional information aimed to identify the precise
birthplace of these men, women and children.

The site is bilingual (English/French) and also presents Klarsfeld's preface
to the 2012 Memorial.

The search engine was built thanks to Steve Morse's One Step Search
Application and it is hosted on his web site.

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
Jerusalem, Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Online Memorial to the Jews Deported from France #general

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
 

Hello,

I have posted an online database of the "Memorial to the Jews Deported from
France", available at https://stevemorse.org/france .

This search tool provides immediate access to information on the tragic fate
of the 78,000 Jews who were deported >from France/died in internment camps in
France or were shot in France during the Nazi occupation and the Vichy
regime.

The database is built >from Serge Klarsfeld's "Memorial de la Deportation
des Juifs de France, 2012 version". It includes corrections he made since
2012, as well as additional information aimed to identify the precise
birthplace of these men, women and children.

The site is bilingual (English/French) and also presents Klarsfeld's preface
to the 2012 Memorial.

The search engine was built thanks to Steve Morse's One Step Search
Application and it is hosted on his web site.

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
Jerusalem, Israel


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #belarus

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Belarus SIG #Belarus JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #belarus

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Searching: GILMAN from Mogilev #belarus

Sidney Gilman <s.gilman@...>
 

I need help in searching for my family named GILMAN who was last known to live in
Mogilev Gubernia.
Specifically Kochanovo(Orsha Uyezed) and/ or Tolochin(Sena Uyezd).

Sid Gilman
158846


Belarus SIG #Belarus Searching: GILMAN from Mogilev #belarus

Sidney Gilman <s.gilman@...>
 

I need help in searching for my family named GILMAN who was last known to live in
Mogilev Gubernia.
Specifically Kochanovo(Orsha Uyezed) and/ or Tolochin(Sena Uyezd).

Sid Gilman
158846


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #galicia

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus on
Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for these
areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding alternate
sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7. You
post your family information and the instructor will help you set objectives
to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the instructor
a brief summary of your research information and your questions to see if
your research project fits within the scope of this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application click on Requirements and Course
Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Online database of the Memorial to the Jews Deported from France #galicia

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
 

Hello,

I have posted an online database of the "Memorial to the Jews Deported
from France", available at https://stevemorse.org/france .
This search tool provides immediate access to information on the tragic
fate of the 78,000 Jews who were deported >from France/died in
internment camps in France or were shot in France during the Nazi
occupation and the Vichy regime. Among them, nearly 3,500 were born
in former Galicia.

The database is built >from Serge Klarsfeld's Memorial de la Deportation
des Juifs de France, 2012 version. It includes corrections he made since
2012, as well as additional information aimed to identify the precise
birthplace of these men, women and children.

The site is bilingual (English/French) and also presents Klarsfeld's
preface to the 2012 Memorial.

The search engine was built thanks to Steve Morse's One Step Search
Application and it is hosted on his web site.

I will introduce the tool at the coming IAJGS conference in Warsaw in a
session entitled ">from Where Came the Holocaust Victims of France?
Extended Klarsfeld's Memorial as Online Searchable Database," to be
held on Thursday, August 9, at 8:00am.

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
Jerusalem, Israel


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #galicia

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus on
Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for these
areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding alternate
sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7. You
post your family information and the instructor will help you set objectives
to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the instructor
a brief summary of your research information and your questions to see if
your research project fits within the scope of this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application click on Requirements and Course
Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Online database of the Memorial to the Jews Deported from France #galicia

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
 

Hello,

I have posted an online database of the "Memorial to the Jews Deported
from France", available at https://stevemorse.org/france .
This search tool provides immediate access to information on the tragic
fate of the 78,000 Jews who were deported >from France/died in
internment camps in France or were shot in France during the Nazi
occupation and the Vichy regime. Among them, nearly 3,500 were born
in former Galicia.

The database is built >from Serge Klarsfeld's Memorial de la Deportation
des Juifs de France, 2012 version. It includes corrections he made since
2012, as well as additional information aimed to identify the precise
birthplace of these men, women and children.

The site is bilingual (English/French) and also presents Klarsfeld's
preface to the 2012 Memorial.

The search engine was built thanks to Steve Morse's One Step Search
Application and it is hosted on his web site.

I will introduce the tool at the coming IAJGS conference in Warsaw in a
session entitled ">from Where Came the Holocaust Victims of France?
Extended Klarsfeld's Memorial as Online Searchable Database," to be
held on Thursday, August 9, at 8:00am.

Jean-Pierre Stroweis
Jerusalem, Israel


Jewish Gen Love Connections: #general

Shawn Weil
 

Friends-

Apologies for the off-topic post. I was married last month to the
spectacular Elana Messer of Cambridge MA. This love story has a JewishGen
twist.

On our first date, in 2016, we discovered that we had met previously. Where?
At the 33rd IAJGS Conference in Boston in 2013!

So I wanted to publically thank the Jewish genealogy community for helping
to bring us together. We are so grateful for the connections made - both for
the past and for the future.

With gratitude-

Shawn Weil
Melrose, MA

MODERATOR NOTE: Congratulations!


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish Gen Love Connections: #general

Shawn Weil
 

Friends-

Apologies for the off-topic post. I was married last month to the
spectacular Elana Messer of Cambridge MA. This love story has a JewishGen
twist.

On our first date, in 2016, we discovered that we had met previously. Where?
At the 33rd IAJGS Conference in Boston in 2013!

So I wanted to publically thank the Jewish genealogy community for helping
to bring us together. We are so grateful for the connections made - both for
the past and for the future.

With gratitude-

Shawn Weil
Melrose, MA

MODERATOR NOTE: Congratulations!


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #hungary

bounce-3546894-772961@...
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


Hungary SIG #Hungary JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #hungary

bounce-3546894-772961@...
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #unitedkingdom

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #unitedkingdom

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #poland

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the Baltic States #poland

Nancy Holden
 

JewishGen offers New Class: Jewish Genealogy in East Prussia and the
Baltic States August 3 - August 26.

For the first time, JewishGen is offering a research class with focus
on Jewish Genealogical research in East Prussia and the Baltic States.

This course will focus on the modern countries of Lithuania (Kaunas),
Latvia, Estonia and the western part of East Prussia that borders the
Baltic Sea.

This region was once inhabited by the Baltic Prussians and Jews where
German language and culture dominated. Regional wars, famine, trade and
treaties influenced Jews who were permitted to live there. The ports and
the rivers that ran into the Baltic determined Jewish life.

If your ancestral roots were in East Prussia, Northern Poland, Western
Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia this class may help you break stumbling
blocks in your research. We will work at records still in existence for
these areas. Where records are sparse we will concentrate on finding
alternate sources.

JewishGen education classes are private, open for your posts 24/7.
You post your family information and the instructor will help you set
objectives to find the solutions for finding missing data.

Tuition for this class is $125. for three weeks of instruction.

If you are interested in this class, we encourage you to send the
instructor a brief summary of your research information and your
questions to see if your research project fits within the scope of
this class. More information

https://www.jewishgen.org/education/

For information about the Application
click on Requirements and Course Details.

Send your questions and application to nholden@interserv.com

Nancy Holden
Curriculum Moderator
JewishGen Education

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