|Resources for Children of Holocaust Survivors|
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American Red Cross Holocaust and War Victims Tracing and Information Center
Occasionally broadcasts "SEARCHES" from people in the Allgenerations list, putting out names of missing relatives, family names, names of hometowns, camps, ghettoes and any other pertinent information, in order to connect people who have been lost to each other. For more on Allgenerations
The Ancestry Home Town web site lets you search a 50 million name repository of the Social Security Administration. The birth and death dates, social security number, and city of last residence are all given for each deceased person. See http://www.ancestry.com/ssdi/advanced.htm
Archives of British Canada
The Brest Ghetto Passport Archive
The site includes the index to the Avotaynu periodical which began in 1985. It also includes the monograph "How to Document Victims and Locate Survivors of the Holocaust" and a five-minute guide to Jewish genealogy research.
Fulfills the mission of the Phoenix Project, which is to recover as many names as possible of those Holocaust victims who perished in Nazi-occupied Soviet territory. Lets you search a list of all Jews 14 years of age and above living in the Brest Ghetto who got identity papers in 1941. Includes date of birth, names of parents, and signature.
Dutch Jewish Genealogy Homepage
The Douglas E. Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center of Beth Hatefutsoth
Database of Jewish family genealogies.
Federation of East European Family History Societies
Site for Central and East European genealogy.
Forum of Communities from Czechoslovakia
Contains names and addresses of contact people for many Czechoslovakian towns now in Israel, and other Czech and Slovak Jewish-related sites.
Post information about yourself if you are a survivor and any relatives you are searching for. Also, see if anyone is searching for you.
International Tracing Center Grosse Allee 5-9, 34444 Arolsen, Germany
Israel Gen Web
Created to serve as a resource to those researching their family history in Israel.
Jewish Genealogical Societies
This page is list maintained by the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) of the addresses and related information of member Jewish Genealogical Societies.
The Home of Jewish Genealogy JewishGen is the umbrella site for research sources including memorial books, Jewish cemeteries, Jewish Genealogical Family Finder, etc.
JewishGen Holocaust Global Registry
Jewish People Finder
Jewish Records Indexing-Poland (JRI-Poland)
A searchable on-line database of the indices of 19th century Jewish records from current and former territories of Poland. Where such records are available, they may include towns that are now part of Lithuania, Ukraine and Belarus. If a researcher finds the index of a desired record, instructions are provided about how to obtain the actual record. These indices are taken from two major sources. The first is the indexing of the LDS microfilmed records, comprising about 2,000 films from more than 500 towns and villages. The second, launched in early 1998, is the JRI-Poland / Polish State Archives Project. While the LDS films contain approximately two million records, there are an estimated additional five to seven million 19th century records that were not filmed. Generally, these cover the last 25-35 years of the 19th century, when many of our grandparents and great-grandparents lived in Poland. Only records more than 100 years old are available for this indexing project. Additional years are added as they become available for indexing. The site also contains indices from a few other sources such as Polish newspapers, town lists, etc.
Leo Baeck Institute
A research, study, and lecture center whose library and archives offer comprehensive documentation for the study of German Jewish history. The catalog of the holdings for the LBI archives and library is available online at http://www.lbi.org/mclinkpage.htm
Missing Identity Website
Since 1997 the Missing Identity website is helping child survivors of Holocaust find information about their own past and that of their families. Visit the website to help more than 60 child survivors in their search. Perhaps one of them is one of your lost relatives.
Muzeum Poczty i Telekomunikacji
Old city books and phone books are kept in Poland museum at ul. Krasinskiego 1 50-954 WROCLAW POLAND
The Poor Jews' Temporary Shelter Database
Database of Jews who emmigrated via England.
Romanian Jewish roots
Is now hosted as Romanian Jewish Genealogy - Special Interest Group at JewishGen
The Ronald S. Lauder Foundation Genealogy Project
at the Jewish Institute of Poland Address: ul. Tlomackie 3/5, 00-090 Warsaw, Poland Tel/fax: 48-22 827-9221 E-mail : Yale J. Reisner, Director of Research firstname.lastname@example.org
Routes to Roots Foundation
Established in 1994 to (1) Survey, study, research, inventory and document Jewish material, archives and Judaica in Eastern European archives (2) Foster and promote the study and preservation of Jewish genealogical material (3) Assemble, catalogue, publish and disseminate information from research and study of Jewish materials (4) Compile, maintain and update library and/or archive of collections of Jewish historical, cultural and genealogical information
Create a genealogical tree, to locate a missing relative, find a grave of an ancestor and improve its condition. Includes recommendation letter of the Chief Rabbi of Russia. Advertised by the head of community Beit Talchum, Rambam Yusufov.
Search & Unite, London
The Serge Klarsfeld's List
of the 70,000 French Jewish Holocaust Victims has been computerised by Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine. CD-ROM is available for sale: C.D.J.C.: 17 rue Geoffroy-Lasnier 75004 Paris FRANCE
is an electronic way to note a connection to a page on the Pages of Testimony on Yad Vashem's website and the site facilitates matches between you and other individuals who similarly have indicated a connection.
Register of Jewish Survivors, various coutries
Children Without Identity email@example.com
Children without identity Lea Balint firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.macom.co.il/holocaust-children
missing identity Moshe Chertoff email@example.com, + Vered Berman ttp://www.jewishgen.org/missing-identity
Floersheim Eva - helps people with missing identity to find their relatives Shadmot Dvorah - private archive around the subject of child survivors of Holocaust? firstname.lastname@example.org,
Missing Identity Anika Kanter Movchine, the webdesigner for the Missing Identity Website email@example.com,
Chertoff "Moshe + Dina firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com " Moshe@Surf-com.com, firstname.lastname@example.org ,