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Re: Holocaust survivor database #hungary

korman <korman3@...>
 

We have been working on a Hungarian /Slovak survivor database. The first
approx 9,000 names became available on Jewishgen this week. The database
also includes parts of Romania that were Hungarian-held during the war,
like Marmaros area.

Debbi
Van Nuys

Moderator VK: The list to which Debbi refers has been extracted >from Hirek az Elhurcoltakrol (News about the Deportees), a short-lived Hungarian periodical, published five issues in 1945, that listed Hungarian Jewish survivors located in various European Displaced Person camps. Most of these camps were in Germany and Austria, but there are also lists >from Sweden, France, Czechoslovakia, Poland and the former Soviet Union. In the latter case, these were Hungarian Jewish prisoners of war (forced laborers) captured by the Russians. The first installment of 8,644 names has now been computerized. As promised, we will continue to augment the All Hungary Database. This is list is among the more recent additions. For more info on the resources that the AHD searches, go to the AHD database page at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Holocaust survivor database #hungary

korman <korman3@...>
 

We have been working on a Hungarian /Slovak survivor database. The first
approx 9,000 names became available on Jewishgen this week. The database
also includes parts of Romania that were Hungarian-held during the war,
like Marmaros area.

Debbi
Van Nuys

Moderator VK: The list to which Debbi refers has been extracted >from Hirek az Elhurcoltakrol (News about the Deportees), a short-lived Hungarian periodical, published five issues in 1945, that listed Hungarian Jewish survivors located in various European Displaced Person camps. Most of these camps were in Germany and Austria, but there are also lists >from Sweden, France, Czechoslovakia, Poland and the former Soviet Union. In the latter case, these were Hungarian Jewish prisoners of war (forced laborers) captured by the Russians. The first installment of 8,644 names has now been computerized. As promised, we will continue to augment the All Hungary Database. This is list is among the more recent additions. For more info on the resources that the AHD searches, go to the AHD database page at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/


Mischling /"Half Jews" in Nazi Army #hungary

Henry <hmsinai@...>
 

Dear Siggers,

Is there any information or research available regarding Mischling or "Half
Jews" serving in the Nazi Armed Forces during WWII?

Thanks

Henry Sinai
RAANANA
Israel
hmsinai@netvision.net.il



Researching:
SINAI and variations (SZINAI, SINAJ,SYNAJ, ETC)- Austria, Hungary, Rest of
World
PARNES- Lemberg (Lvov), Brody, Berlin
GOLDENBERG- Brody, Berlin
MOSZKOWSKI- Opole Lubelskie; Leszniow, Rzeszow, Poland
SOBEL- Opole Lubelskie; Poland
WOLARSKY -Mlawa; Poland
JELLINEK - Bratislava (Pressburg), Vienna
(von)KEMENY - Austria/Hungary

Moderator VK: I suggest that you direct this inquiry to the JewishGen mail list unless it applies only to Hungary.


Oradea, Romania #hungary

Gzsuzsi@...
 

Dear HSig -ers,

I'd like to invite those of you who are researching or have interest in Oradea, Romania (Nagyvarad and Bihor County), to learn about recent developments in a number of projects relating to the Jewish population - past and present - of the city/county.
Our website is at  - www.nlempert.org -  and we expect to include shortly more information, such as Jewish history of the city, important personalities, writings, Jewish life in general, and much more. Please share with us in the Forum section your thoughts and suggestions relating to the projects described. Thanks to everyone for taking the time.

Susan Geroe
Gzsuzsi@aol.com


Hungary SIG #Hungary Mischling /"Half Jews" in Nazi Army #hungary

Henry <hmsinai@...>
 

Dear Siggers,

Is there any information or research available regarding Mischling or "Half
Jews" serving in the Nazi Armed Forces during WWII?

Thanks

Henry Sinai
RAANANA
Israel
hmsinai@netvision.net.il



Researching:
SINAI and variations (SZINAI, SINAJ,SYNAJ, ETC)- Austria, Hungary, Rest of
World
PARNES- Lemberg (Lvov), Brody, Berlin
GOLDENBERG- Brody, Berlin
MOSZKOWSKI- Opole Lubelskie; Leszniow, Rzeszow, Poland
SOBEL- Opole Lubelskie; Poland
WOLARSKY -Mlawa; Poland
JELLINEK - Bratislava (Pressburg), Vienna
(von)KEMENY - Austria/Hungary

Moderator VK: I suggest that you direct this inquiry to the JewishGen mail list unless it applies only to Hungary.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Oradea, Romania #hungary

Gzsuzsi@...
 

Dear HSig -ers,

I'd like to invite those of you who are researching or have interest in Oradea, Romania (Nagyvarad and Bihor County), to learn about recent developments in a number of projects relating to the Jewish population - past and present - of the city/county.
Our website is at  - www.nlempert.org -  and we expect to include shortly more information, such as Jewish history of the city, important personalities, writings, Jewish life in general, and much more. Please share with us in the Forum section your thoughts and suggestions relating to the projects described. Thanks to everyone for taking the time.

Susan Geroe
Gzsuzsi@aol.com


750 Hungarian proverbs #hungary

MTB <71431.1612@...>
 

Mindy, what a great find, especially for us language learners.

Maureen Tighe-Brown


Re: website URL; 750 Hungarian Proverbs (with English translation) #hungary

Oudeyis <victor@...>
 

These are beautiful
Thanks,
Victor

----- Original Message -----
From: <MGS18@aol.com>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Friday, December 05, 2003 1:20 AM
Subject: [h-sig] website URL; 750 Hungarian Proverbs (with English
translation)


FYI,

Here's a charming website entitled "750 Hungarian Proverbs" for anyone
whose grandmother was fond of dispensing wisdom in the form of folk
sayings:

<http://mek.oszk.hu/00200/00242/00242.htm>;

The proverbs come with English translation.

Mindy


Hungary SIG #Hungary 750 Hungarian proverbs #hungary

MTB <71431.1612@...>
 

Mindy, what a great find, especially for us language learners.

Maureen Tighe-Brown


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: website URL; 750 Hungarian Proverbs (with English translation) #hungary

Oudeyis <victor@...>
 

These are beautiful
Thanks,
Victor

----- Original Message -----
From: <MGS18@aol.com>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Friday, December 05, 2003 1:20 AM
Subject: [h-sig] website URL; 750 Hungarian Proverbs (with English
translation)


FYI,

Here's a charming website entitled "750 Hungarian Proverbs" for anyone
whose grandmother was fond of dispensing wisdom in the form of folk
sayings:

<http://mek.oszk.hu/00200/00242/00242.htm>;

The proverbs come with English translation.

Mindy


Re: Need help writing request for vital records in Hungarian #hungary

mirda <mirda@...>
 

Of coarse, we can translate the letter. If you wish, you can also call us by phone:
0-9362732
Miryam & David Gordon
Rehovot, Israel

----- Original Message -----
From: Sara Wenger <sara_wenger@yahoo.com>
To: H-SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: 03 ãöîáø 2003 11:06
Subject: [h-sig] Need help writing request for vital records in Hungarian


: Dear H-sigs,
:
: Could anyone out there help me write a short letter in
: Hungarian requesting vital records >from the
: Municipality of Kiskunfelegyhaza, Hungary?
:
: I need my father's birth certificate and grandparent's
: marriage certificate. I will write the request out in
: English and if someone could translate it into
: Hungarian, I would be EXTREMELY grateful!
:
: Please respond to this email.
:
: Sara Wenger
: Israel
:
: Researching: Schweiger and Braun
:
: Moderator VK: Please handle this off-list. As previously mentioned, I don't think that you need to submit your request in Hungarian. You can contact the Hungarian Consulate at www.huembwas.org/Consular/OKMBESZ.htm for post-1895 records. You can only obtain records for deaths more than 30 years go, marriages over 60 and births over 90.


1848 Census #hungary

Robert Neu
 

One never stops learning and asking.

In the course of the transcription of the 1848 Census for Miskolc we
have run into two words that I cannot place or translate for sure:

1. "Marges" as a title just before the name.

2."Kussenland". As the country of birth. Could it be anything else than
a variation of "Russland = Russia" ? Yes, scripted capital R and K
look fairly alike.

Thanks

Robert Neu
1848 Project coordinator


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Need help writing request for vital records in Hungarian #hungary

mirda <mirda@...>
 

Of coarse, we can translate the letter. If you wish, you can also call us by phone:
0-9362732
Miryam & David Gordon
Rehovot, Israel

----- Original Message -----
From: Sara Wenger <sara_wenger@yahoo.com>
To: H-SIG <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: 03 ãöîáø 2003 11:06
Subject: [h-sig] Need help writing request for vital records in Hungarian


: Dear H-sigs,
:
: Could anyone out there help me write a short letter in
: Hungarian requesting vital records >from the
: Municipality of Kiskunfelegyhaza, Hungary?
:
: I need my father's birth certificate and grandparent's
: marriage certificate. I will write the request out in
: English and if someone could translate it into
: Hungarian, I would be EXTREMELY grateful!
:
: Please respond to this email.
:
: Sara Wenger
: Israel
:
: Researching: Schweiger and Braun
:
: Moderator VK: Please handle this off-list. As previously mentioned, I don't think that you need to submit your request in Hungarian. You can contact the Hungarian Consulate at www.huembwas.org/Consular/OKMBESZ.htm for post-1895 records. You can only obtain records for deaths more than 30 years go, marriages over 60 and births over 90.


Hungary SIG #Hungary 1848 Census #hungary

Robert Neu
 

One never stops learning and asking.

In the course of the transcription of the 1848 Census for Miskolc we
have run into two words that I cannot place or translate for sure:

1. "Marges" as a title just before the name.

2."Kussenland". As the country of birth. Could it be anything else than
a variation of "Russland = Russia" ? Yes, scripted capital R and K
look fairly alike.

Thanks

Robert Neu
1848 Project coordinator


Organizing favorites #hungary

Patricia J. Weisshaus <patjw28@...>
 

I ghave a problem in that I have some genealogical research sites in the
wrong folders. Does anyone know of any instruction on the Internet that
would help me with this problem? I have Hungarian under Irish Research. I
want a separate folder for Hungarian research and I want to move what is
now under Irish to this folder.

Help!!

Pat


New email address #hungary

Stephen Casey <caseydanhan@...>
 

Due to the impossible new Hotmail format (most messages are classified as
unwanted spam, so I do not receive messages), please change my mailing
address and send messages to
spdanhan@yahoo.com.au
I would appreciate if you send an email, to see if it works
Stephen


Hungary SIG #Hungary Organizing favorites #hungary

Patricia J. Weisshaus <patjw28@...>
 

I ghave a problem in that I have some genealogical research sites in the
wrong folders. Does anyone know of any instruction on the Internet that
would help me with this problem? I have Hungarian under Irish Research. I
want a separate folder for Hungarian research and I want to move what is
now under Irish to this folder.

Help!!

Pat


Hungary SIG #Hungary New email address #hungary

Stephen Casey <caseydanhan@...>
 

Due to the impossible new Hotmail format (most messages are classified as
unwanted spam, so I do not receive messages), please change my mailing
address and send messages to
spdanhan@yahoo.com.au
I would appreciate if you send an email, to see if it works
Stephen


New Holocaust Database entries #hungary

Joyce Field
 

JewishGen is pleased to announce five new entries in the Holocaust
Database at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/

-Polish Martyred Physicians
-North Bavarian Jews
-Jewish Survivors listed in a Hungarian Periodical
-Refugees >from France to Brazil
-Braunschweig Cemetery for Forced Laborers

The Dachau Concentration Camp Records have also been updated. Over
100,000 records are now online.

The Holocaust Database is a collection of 62 databases, containing
over 500,000 entries. All databases are searchable at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/ by surname, town, or
global text search.

Our sincere thanks to all the volunteers who worked on these important lists.

Joyce Field
JewishGen VP, Research
jfield@jewishgen.org


Hungary SIG #Hungary New Holocaust Database entries #hungary

Joyce Field
 

JewishGen is pleased to announce five new entries in the Holocaust
Database at http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/

-Polish Martyred Physicians
-North Bavarian Jews
-Jewish Survivors listed in a Hungarian Periodical
-Refugees >from France to Brazil
-Braunschweig Cemetery for Forced Laborers

The Dachau Concentration Camp Records have also been updated. Over
100,000 records are now online.

The Holocaust Database is a collection of 62 databases, containing
over 500,000 entries. All databases are searchable at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/ by surname, town, or
global text search.

Our sincere thanks to all the volunteers who worked on these important lists.

Joyce Field
JewishGen VP, Research
jfield@jewishgen.org