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Re: Mandatory Military Service #hungary

tom
 

i have also heard the terms "tifusz" and "flektifusz" often. i'm not sure whether that's the same disease as typhoid or whether it's typhus, which apparently is a different disease with a confusingly similar name. any doctors reading the list might like to elaborate on this.

but what is for sure is that many, many of the jewish forced labourers died >from it. my own father got sick, but recovered, after losing a large portion of his body weight, even though he was lean and muscular to begin with. and if the disease wasn't bad enough, there were incidents like the dorosic massacre, where a barn was set up as a field hospital and then burned down with the sick inside it. my father was there, but still strong enough to march on.

there's an old adage that in war, more people die >from disease than >from fighting.


....... tom klein, toronto

veronica29md@earthlink.net wrote:

My father was born in 1908 in Hungary. In 1941-2 he was drafted into the Forced Labor service, digging trenches for the Hungarian Second Army. In January, 1943, he died near Voronezh (Russia) of typhoid fever, I think. He was a chemist and a pianist.


Re: h-sig digest: March 31, 2018 #hungary

mefarkas@...
 

Draga Itzik,

My father served as a soldier in Hungary >from 1932 to 1933, and again
in 1938 when Hungary invaded Slovakia. He was born July 1910.
He too was taken into forced labor (Labor Detachment 109/36) from
July 1941 to September 1944 when he escaped and got back to Budapest.
My mother, who was Catholic, hid him and that's how he survived.

I have several photos >from his army service as well as his forced labor.

My guess is that yes, military service was mandatory.

Mary Farkas
Los Angeles

Subject: Mandatory Military Service
From: katz.itzik@gmail.com
Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2018 11:53:12 +0300
X-Message-Number: 1

Hello and Happy Passover Siggers,

I am wondering if anyone here knows if there was a Mandatory Military
Service in Hungary. At what age were people required to draft and for
how long?

The reason for my question is that I know my father had been drafted
to Military service of several years before WWII broke (he was born
1915). I know that he was released >from service and returned home.

Then, after WWII broke, he was drafted again to Forced Labor
Battalions around 1941.

I am trying to draw the timeline of his life events and I am missing
this piece.

Thank you all for your help,

Itzik Katz
Israel



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Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Mandatory Military Service #hungary

tom
 

i have also heard the terms "tifusz" and "flektifusz" often. i'm not sure whether that's the same disease as typhoid or whether it's typhus, which apparently is a different disease with a confusingly similar name. any doctors reading the list might like to elaborate on this.

but what is for sure is that many, many of the jewish forced labourers died >from it. my own father got sick, but recovered, after losing a large portion of his body weight, even though he was lean and muscular to begin with. and if the disease wasn't bad enough, there were incidents like the dorosic massacre, where a barn was set up as a field hospital and then burned down with the sick inside it. my father was there, but still strong enough to march on.

there's an old adage that in war, more people die >from disease than >from fighting.


....... tom klein, toronto

veronica29md@earthlink.net wrote:

My father was born in 1908 in Hungary. In 1941-2 he was drafted into the Forced Labor service, digging trenches for the Hungarian Second Army. In January, 1943, he died near Voronezh (Russia) of typhoid fever, I think. He was a chemist and a pianist.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: h-sig digest: March 31, 2018 #hungary

mefarkas@...
 

Draga Itzik,

My father served as a soldier in Hungary >from 1932 to 1933, and again
in 1938 when Hungary invaded Slovakia. He was born July 1910.
He too was taken into forced labor (Labor Detachment 109/36) from
July 1941 to September 1944 when he escaped and got back to Budapest.
My mother, who was Catholic, hid him and that's how he survived.

I have several photos >from his army service as well as his forced labor.

My guess is that yes, military service was mandatory.

Mary Farkas
Los Angeles

Subject: Mandatory Military Service
From: katz.itzik@gmail.com
Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2018 11:53:12 +0300
X-Message-Number: 1

Hello and Happy Passover Siggers,

I am wondering if anyone here knows if there was a Mandatory Military
Service in Hungary. At what age were people required to draft and for
how long?

The reason for my question is that I know my father had been drafted
to Military service of several years before WWII broke (he was born
1915). I know that he was released >from service and returned home.

Then, after WWII broke, he was drafted again to Forced Labor
Battalions around 1941.

I am trying to draw the timeline of his life events and I am missing
this piece.

Thank you all for your help,

Itzik Katz
Israel



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END OF DIGEST

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Don't miss the first IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy
to be held in Eastern Europe and our 38th overall! The Warsaw, Poland
Hilton Hotel & Conference Center will be the base for lectures, panels,
networking, and historic excursions and a unique Resource Village!

Mark your calendar for 5-10 August 2018 and visit iajgs2018.org for details.
Early registration is now open through 28 April 2018.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
This SIG (h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org) is hosted by
JewishGen: The Home of Jewish Genealogy
Visit our home page at http://www.jewishgen.org

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Visit our website at http://www.jewishgen.org/hungary/
and check out the fabulous Hungary Database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/
For back issues, search the H-SIG message archives at
http://data.jewishgen.org/wconnect/wc.dll?jg~jgsys~sigspop

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen/ValueAdded.asp
______________________________________________________________________

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on the JewishGen homepage. By doing this, any eventual subscription to
Ancestry.com will result in Jewishgen receiving a commission.
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Mandatory military service #hungary

drbrown445@...
 

Dear Itzik,

My parents were both >from Hungary. In the 30's men were conscripted at age 16. Jews in the 30's and early 40's went into forced labor vs the military. I have records >from both Yad vashem and the us holocaust museum of uncles that perished in labor battalions. Another uncle survived and wrote to me a bit about his experience. My dad was brought to the US by family before his 16 birthday to avoid forced labor. I do not have info prior to the 30's.
Debbie Klein


On Apr 1, 2018, at 1:04 AM, "H-SIG digest" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org> wrote:

H-SIG Digest for Saturday, March 31, 2018.

1. Mandatory Military Service

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Subject: Mandatory Military Service
From: katz.itzik@gmail.com
Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2018 11:53:12 +0300
X-Message-Number: 1

Hello and Happy Passover Siggers,

I am wondering if anyone here knows if there was a Mandatory Military
Service in Hungary. At what age were people required to draft and for
how long?

The reason for my question is that I know my father had been drafted
to Military service of several years before WWII broke (he was born
1915). I know that he was released >from service and returned home.

Then, after WWII broke, he was drafted again to Forced Labor
Battalions around 1941.

I am trying to draw the timeline of his life events and I am missing
this piece.

Thank you all for your help,

Itzik Katz
Israel


Saregres community #hungary

georges.graner@...
 

Dear Siggers

I am looking for a Josef SCHWARZ who is supposed to be born in Saregres,
Erdiliget in 1886.

According to Wikipedia.hu, this village belongs to the county of Fejér.

According to my own edition of "Where once we walked", the local Jewish
community counted 5 people.  Therefore I can assume they worshipped in
another place. Where ?

Any help would  be welcomed.

Georges Graner (Paris, France)


Nagycigand community #hungary

georges.graner@...
 

Dear Siggers

I am looking for a Sarolta WEIBERGER who is supposed to be born in
Nagycigand in 1886.

According to Wikipedia.hu, this village belongs to the county of
Zemplen but has now merged with another city.

My own edition of "Where once we walked", quotes :"Nagyczigand, HSL.
This pre-World war I community was not found in BGN gazetteers"

HSL means Hebrew susbscription lists.

Do you have a suggestion for a place to look ?

Any help would be welcomed.

Georges Graner (Paris, France)


Hungary SIG #Hungary Mandatory military service #hungary

drbrown445@...
 

Dear Itzik,

My parents were both >from Hungary. In the 30's men were conscripted at age 16. Jews in the 30's and early 40's went into forced labor vs the military. I have records >from both Yad vashem and the us holocaust museum of uncles that perished in labor battalions. Another uncle survived and wrote to me a bit about his experience. My dad was brought to the US by family before his 16 birthday to avoid forced labor. I do not have info prior to the 30's.
Debbie Klein


On Apr 1, 2018, at 1:04 AM, "H-SIG digest" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org> wrote:

H-SIG Digest for Saturday, March 31, 2018.

1. Mandatory Military Service

----------------------------------------------------------------------

Subject: Mandatory Military Service
From: katz.itzik@gmail.com
Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2018 11:53:12 +0300
X-Message-Number: 1

Hello and Happy Passover Siggers,

I am wondering if anyone here knows if there was a Mandatory Military
Service in Hungary. At what age were people required to draft and for
how long?

The reason for my question is that I know my father had been drafted
to Military service of several years before WWII broke (he was born
1915). I know that he was released >from service and returned home.

Then, after WWII broke, he was drafted again to Forced Labor
Battalions around 1941.

I am trying to draw the timeline of his life events and I am missing
this piece.

Thank you all for your help,

Itzik Katz
Israel


Hungary SIG #Hungary Saregres community #hungary

georges.graner@...
 

Dear Siggers

I am looking for a Josef SCHWARZ who is supposed to be born in Saregres,
Erdiliget in 1886.

According to Wikipedia.hu, this village belongs to the county of Fejér.

According to my own edition of "Where once we walked", the local Jewish
community counted 5 people.  Therefore I can assume they worshipped in
another place. Where ?

Any help would  be welcomed.

Georges Graner (Paris, France)


Hungary SIG #Hungary Nagycigand community #hungary

georges.graner@...
 

Dear Siggers

I am looking for a Sarolta WEIBERGER who is supposed to be born in
Nagycigand in 1886.

According to Wikipedia.hu, this village belongs to the county of
Zemplen but has now merged with another city.

My own edition of "Where once we walked", quotes :"Nagyczigand, HSL.
This pre-World war I community was not found in BGN gazetteers"

HSL means Hebrew susbscription lists.

Do you have a suggestion for a place to look ?

Any help would be welcomed.

Georges Graner (Paris, France)


IGRA meeting April 26th in Raanana, Israel featuring Sallyann Sacks #general

Elena Bazes
 

Thursday, April 26th in Raanana, Israel

Join us for the next meeting of the Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA).

Sallyann Sack will speak about two new cutting edge Jewish genealogy projects:
The Conversos Project and The Second Tier Project.

The Converso Project is headed by Genie Milgrom, author of My Fifteen
Grandmothers, sponsored by the IIJG and funded by My Heritage.

The Second Tier Project is a long-term effort to harvest genealogically valuable
archival materials that go beyond the first tier of census and vital statistics
records.

Sallyann Sack is the co-founder, co-owner and editor of AVOTAYNU, the
International Review of Jewish Genealogy; past president of IAJGS and
recipient of its Lifetime Achievement Award; co-founder and founding
chairman of the International Institute for Jewish Genealogy (IIJG) at
the National Library in Jerusalem, author of seven Jewish genealogical
reference books, chair of several IAJGS conferences, and founding
president of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington.

Location: Bet Fisher, 5 Klausner Street, Ra'anana
Doors open at 19:00. Meeting begins at 19:30.
Cost: IGRA members-Free Admission Non-members-NIS 20
To join IGRA, go to http://genealogy.org.il/membership/

Elena Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chairperson


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen IGRA meeting April 26th in Raanana, Israel featuring Sallyann Sacks #general

Elena Bazes
 

Thursday, April 26th in Raanana, Israel

Join us for the next meeting of the Israel Genealogy Research Association (IGRA).

Sallyann Sack will speak about two new cutting edge Jewish genealogy projects:
The Conversos Project and The Second Tier Project.

The Converso Project is headed by Genie Milgrom, author of My Fifteen
Grandmothers, sponsored by the IIJG and funded by My Heritage.

The Second Tier Project is a long-term effort to harvest genealogically valuable
archival materials that go beyond the first tier of census and vital statistics
records.

Sallyann Sack is the co-founder, co-owner and editor of AVOTAYNU, the
International Review of Jewish Genealogy; past president of IAJGS and
recipient of its Lifetime Achievement Award; co-founder and founding
chairman of the International Institute for Jewish Genealogy (IIJG) at
the National Library in Jerusalem, author of seven Jewish genealogical
reference books, chair of several IAJGS conferences, and founding
president of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Greater Washington.

Location: Bet Fisher, 5 Klausner Street, Ra'anana
Doors open at 19:00. Meeting begins at 19:30.
Cost: IGRA members-Free Admission Non-members-NIS 20
To join IGRA, go to http://genealogy.org.il/membership/

Elena Bazes
IGRA Publicity Chairperson


Potchefstroom KehilaLink #southafrica

Eli Rabinowitz
 

Hi All

I am pleased to advise that the Potchefstroom Kehilalink website is now
up and running at:

https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/potchefstroom

This website celebrates past Jewish life in Potchefstroom.

If you have connections to this community, please contact me at
eli@elirab.com

I am always on the lookout for more clippings, photos, stories and
memoirs to add to the kehilalink.

My own website and blog is located at elirab.me

The links to my 81 kehilalinks are found here:

elirab.me/kehila

Breakdown:
Lithuania 35
Poland 7
Belarus 6
Germany 2
Latvia 2
Estonia 1
Russia 2
South Africa 20
Mauritius 1
Mocambique 1
China 1
Australia 3


Best regards

Eli Rabinowitz
Perth, Australia
http://elirab.me


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Potchefstroom KehilaLink #southafrica

Eli Rabinowitz
 

Hi All

I am pleased to advise that the Potchefstroom Kehilalink website is now
up and running at:

https://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/potchefstroom

This website celebrates past Jewish life in Potchefstroom.

If you have connections to this community, please contact me at
eli@elirab.com

I am always on the lookout for more clippings, photos, stories and
memoirs to add to the kehilalink.

My own website and blog is located at elirab.me

The links to my 81 kehilalinks are found here:

elirab.me/kehila

Breakdown:
Lithuania 35
Poland 7
Belarus 6
Germany 2
Latvia 2
Estonia 1
Russia 2
South Africa 20
Mauritius 1
Mocambique 1
China 1
Australia 3


Best regards

Eli Rabinowitz
Perth, Australia
http://elirab.me


Corrected: Fold3.com Free Access Civil War Records Through April 15, 2018 #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Fold3.com, a member of the Ancestry family of companies is offering free
access to its Civil War collection through April 15 to commemorate the
beginning of the Civil War in 1861. The collection has 50 titles with more
than 91 million records.

You will be required to register with your name and email address, no credit
card information is required. Go to: https://go.fold3.com/civilwar. When
you do your search, the results will show records that are free access will
be marked Free with a green background. When you open the file and if you
want to save it or print it, click on the "view larger" icon and when the
record opens larger, on the top right of the screen is an icon that looks
like tools. Roll your mouse over that icon and you will see a drop down box
which permits one to download to their computer or print the document.

To view the Civil War Records Collection go to:
https://www.fold3.com/browse/249/ And click on Civil War and the list of
records in 50 Civil War Collections appears. You will see the word "free"
next to the collection. If you try to browse other collections not covered
under this free offer you will be invited to subscribe which requires a
credit card.

Fold 3.com does permit several areas of access with your free registration
that are outside of the Civil War Collection. This permits you to search and
browse but not view nor download certain collections, and you can create
your own memorial. Note the 7-day free trial that may be offered does
require a credit card which you will be charged for a membership following
the 7 days if you do not cancel before the 7 day trial is up.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry nor any of its subsidiary companies, including
Fold3.com and am posting this solely for the information of the reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Corrected: Fold3.com Free Access Civil War Records Through April 15, 2018 #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Fold3.com, a member of the Ancestry family of companies is offering free
access to its Civil War collection through April 15 to commemorate the
beginning of the Civil War in 1861. The collection has 50 titles with more
than 91 million records.

You will be required to register with your name and email address, no credit
card information is required. Go to: https://go.fold3.com/civilwar. When
you do your search, the results will show records that are free access will
be marked Free with a green background. When you open the file and if you
want to save it or print it, click on the "view larger" icon and when the
record opens larger, on the top right of the screen is an icon that looks
like tools. Roll your mouse over that icon and you will see a drop down box
which permits one to download to their computer or print the document.

To view the Civil War Records Collection go to:
https://www.fold3.com/browse/249/ And click on Civil War and the list of
records in 50 Civil War Collections appears. You will see the word "free"
next to the collection. If you try to browse other collections not covered
under this free offer you will be invited to subscribe which requires a
credit card.

Fold 3.com does permit several areas of access with your free registration
that are outside of the Civil War Collection. This permits you to search and
browse but not view nor download certain collections, and you can create
your own memorial. Note the 7-day free trial that may be offered does
require a credit card which you will be charged for a membership following
the 7 days if you do not cancel before the 7 day trial is up.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry nor any of its subsidiary companies, including
Fold3.com and am posting this solely for the information of the reader.

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Found Index, need to find microfiche? Help? #belarus

Arthur Sissman
 

Hi,

I have found the index of the record of my grandfather Abraham Zisman in
the index of Mogilev Boys 1882-1889, but have never found the record.
Here is the info recorded on the index. The specific info has never
appeared in a database, as far as I can find.

Name Birth Yr . Index Father name
ZISMAN 1882 310 Nokhim-Ruvin

I have found the record of Shevel-Evel Zusman born 1886 on the same
index. He is my great uncle and Nokhim-Ruvin is my great grandfather. I
have seen his full record on Jewish Gen and even on Ancestry several
years later. I assume that 2 different translators translated the docs
and used different spellings Zisman/Zusman (which is preferred?). I have
also found the database for my great aunt with the reference to the
specific microfiche. Her name is translated Zisman also.

How can I find a reference to the actual microfiche for Abraham Sissman
and the data that it might provide. I have seen the link to my great
uncle and great aunt.

Thanks for the help!
Arthur Sissman


Belarus SIG #Belarus Found Index, need to find microfiche? Help? #belarus

Arthur Sissman
 

Hi,

I have found the index of the record of my grandfather Abraham Zisman in
the index of Mogilev Boys 1882-1889, but have never found the record.
Here is the info recorded on the index. The specific info has never
appeared in a database, as far as I can find.

Name Birth Yr . Index Father name
ZISMAN 1882 310 Nokhim-Ruvin

I have found the record of Shevel-Evel Zusman born 1886 on the same
index. He is my great uncle and Nokhim-Ruvin is my great grandfather. I
have seen his full record on Jewish Gen and even on Ancestry several
years later. I assume that 2 different translators translated the docs
and used different spellings Zisman/Zusman (which is preferred?). I have
also found the database for my great aunt with the reference to the
specific microfiche. Her name is translated Zisman also.

How can I find a reference to the actual microfiche for Abraham Sissman
and the data that it might provide. I have seen the link to my great
uncle and great aunt.

Thanks for the help!
Arthur Sissman


Phoenix Jewish Genealogy Group meeting, Sunday, April 8, 2018 #general

Emily Garber
 

Our next meeting will be this coming Sunday at the Valley of the Sun
Jewish Community Center, 12701 N. Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, Arizona.

During the first hour, Emily Garber will deliver a talk called "Learning Our
Craft: Online Opportunities for Improving Our Research Skills." If one
wishes to do quality research, one can never stop learning. Webcasts,
webinars, online courses, blogs, podcasts, FaceBook, YouTube,
discussion groups, wikis, these are a few of the plethora of
opportunities for genealogy enthusiasts to hone their skills online
often on their own and at their own pace. Since there are many
different learning styles, this talk will focus on types of online
learning opportunities (their strengths and weaknesses) and where one
may find them. We'll also discuss creating a personalized learning
plan for not only selecting the best online learning opportunities to
meet our needs and learning styles, but also fitting learning
opportunities into our busy lives.

The second hour of our meeting will be a mentoring session. We hope to
address your questions and provide answers that will help you advance
your research.

For further information, see our webpage at https://azjhs.org/Genealogy.html

Emily Garber
Chair
Phoenix Jewish Genealogy Group


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Phoenix Jewish Genealogy Group meeting, Sunday, April 8, 2018 #general

Emily Garber
 

Our next meeting will be this coming Sunday at the Valley of the Sun
Jewish Community Center, 12701 N. Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, Arizona.

During the first hour, Emily Garber will deliver a talk called "Learning Our
Craft: Online Opportunities for Improving Our Research Skills." If one
wishes to do quality research, one can never stop learning. Webcasts,
webinars, online courses, blogs, podcasts, FaceBook, YouTube,
discussion groups, wikis, these are a few of the plethora of
opportunities for genealogy enthusiasts to hone their skills online
often on their own and at their own pace. Since there are many
different learning styles, this talk will focus on types of online
learning opportunities (their strengths and weaknesses) and where one
may find them. We'll also discuss creating a personalized learning
plan for not only selecting the best online learning opportunities to
meet our needs and learning styles, but also fitting learning
opportunities into our busy lives.

The second hour of our meeting will be a mentoring session. We hope to
address your questions and provide answers that will help you advance
your research.

For further information, see our webpage at https://azjhs.org/Genealogy.html

Emily Garber
Chair
Phoenix Jewish Genealogy Group

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