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Require translation of Arolsen Archives documents

Rose
 

Dear Group

 

I recently received a number of documents from the Arolsen Archives in Germany for my maternal uncle Alexander HAZET which require translation. There are far too many to post on JewishGen but I would be grateful if anyone is able to assist with the translation.

 

Please contact me if you’re able to help in any way.

 

Best wishes

 

Rose Raymen

Perth, Western Australia

tom
 

when asking for translation help, please specify the language(s) required.  it saves time for the people willing to translate, and makes it more likely that you will get a response.

....... tom klein, toronto

Rose
 

Dear Group

 

In my recent post I neglected to say that I require German translation of the documents I received from the Arolsen Archives in Germany.

 

Best wishes

 

Rose Raymen

Perth, Western Australia

roseraymen@...

 

David Lewin
 

Moderator note: please respond privately to Rose Raymen with any help


I can help

DavidLewin
London


At 09:14 20/10/2019, Rose wrote:
Dear Group
 
I recently received a number of documents from the Arolsen Archives in Germany for my maternal uncle Alexander HAZET which require translation. There are far too many to post on JewishGen but I would be grateful if anyone is able to assist with the translation.
 
Please contact me if you�re able to help in any way.
 
Best wishes
 
Rose Raymen
Perth, Western Australia

Lewis, Megan
 

Dear Rose Raymen,

The USHMM Holocaust Survivors and Victims Resource Center created a glossary of terms found in Arolsen Archives records which is online at https://secure.ushmm.org/individual-research//Glossary.pdf.

Megan Lewis
Reference Librarian, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum