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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
28592 Translation - Polish

8/14/2013 5:05 PM text written on the back of a photo of my grandmother and daughter View the post with its 1 response
28584 Translation - Polish

8/14/2013 5:05 PM This is a birth registration for my great great uncle Ela Majer Morgensztern. If anyone could give me a full translation of this document, I'd be very interested in seeing what exactly it says. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
28585 Translation - Polish

8/14/2013 5:05 PM I would appreciate a sentence-by-sentence translation of this LDS vital record. View the post, there are no responses
28586 Translation - Polish

8/14/2013 5:05 PM I would appreciate a sentence-by-sentence translation of this LDS death record. View the post, there are no responses
28587 Translation - Polish

8/14/2013 5:05 PM I would appreciate a sentence-by-sentence translation of this LDS birth record. View the post, there are no responses
28577 Sharing Document

8/14/2013 5:04 PM Index of last names appearing in Hugo Herrmann's 1938 book titled "In Jenen Tagen" View the post, there are no responses
28578 Tombstone

8/14/2013 5:04 PM I think it say Malka bat Aryeh Leb but it is really hard to read. I adjusted the color as best as I could. I am not so much concerned about the rest of the translation, just really the name. It is on the first line and part of the second. Thanks,Risa Dunn View the post with its 1 response
28579 Translation - Hebrew

8/14/2013 5:04 PM I would like help reading the handwriting in English as well as translations for the Hebrew names. I have annotated the image with my best guesses for some of the English, but welcome corrections or suggestions. Thank you! View the post with its 2 responses
28580 Translation - German

8/14/2013 5:04 PM I am looking for someone to write out the text into typed German (no translation needed), since I can't read some of the writing.

Some background: This was a postcard sent from my father, who had gotten out of Germany to Sweden, to his best friend, Leo Kahn, who had left Germany (Wiesbaden) for Holland but had been deported from there to Auschwitz.

I find it interesting that my father knew that Leo had been sent to Auschwitz-Birkenau; it's existence was not kept secret (although what actually happened there was). Interesting also how well the German post office bureaucracy worked, even returning mail from a death camp...
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28581 Translation - German

8/14/2013 5:04 PM This is the page that I actually want transcribed (into German, I don't need it translated).

Thanks!
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28582 Translation - Polish

8/14/2013 5:04 PM Herszko Kiper, 1842. Trying to find out if this is a death certificate and the names of parents and occupation. View the post with its 1 response
28583 Translation - Polish

8/14/2013 5:04 PM Herszko Golop, 1842. Trying to find names of parents, age at time of death, and spouse or occupation. View the post with its 1 response
28573 Translation - Polish

8/14/2013 5:03 PM Unknown document, 1850. Seeking name of person, event (birth or death), and names of parents. View the post with its 1 response
28574 Translation - Polish

8/14/2013 5:03 PM Icko (Icek) Bitterman, 1854. Trying to find names of parents and event (birth or death)? View the post with its 1 response
28575 Translation - Polish

8/14/2013 5:03 PM Dawid Lejb Bitterman, seeking names of parents and event information (birth or death)? View the post with its 1 response
28543 Translation - Russian

8/14/2013 5:03 PM This is on the cardboard backing of a family photograph including three seated men and two seated children between them, and two women standing behind the five seated figures. I'd like a direct translation of the writing. View the post with its 1 response
28545 Translation - Russian

8/14/2013 5:03 PM This is the back of a portrait postcard which shows a seated man of about 30. The same man appears in a different photograph, dated 1911, along with two women who are perhaps his siblings (the back of which is posted separately). I'd like a direct translation. View the post with its 1 response
28546 Translation - Russian

8/14/2013 5:03 PM This is the back of a portrait postcard which shows a young boy about 10, holding a violin and bow in his hands. I would like a direct translation of the writing. If you can comment on the stamp, please do so. View the post with its 1 response
28538 Translation - Russian

8/14/2013 5:02 PM Death certificate of a probable relative of mine, Chil Gutman. I would like to know his age, occupation, parents' names, survivors' names. View the post with its 1 response
28078 Translation - Russian

8/14/2013 5:02 PM I believe this is census form . The document contains one or more members of Salomiak family. View the post with its 3 responses
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