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VM ID Category Image Date Approved Question Posts
14988 Translation - German

3/28/2010 This page and page 1 are scans of the marriage certificate of my maternal greatgrandparents. Please would a kind member translate them fully? Thank you. Stephen Brown Membership No. 342258 smbrown65@googlemail.com View the post, there are no responses
14875 Translation - Polish

3/28/2010 I think this is a Galician census. I'm interested in my family Sonnenblum which is lower half of page. Clerk entered lots of info but much is abbreviated. I want to learn as much as possible to file Pages of Testimony w/ Yad Vashem. View the post with its 1 response
14883 Translation - Polish

3/28/2010 I would like a word for word translation View the post with its 1 response
14884 Translation - Polish

3/28/2010 I would like a word for word translation View the post with its 1 response
14937 Translation - Russian

3/24/2010 I'd appreciate help extracting the important data from this birth certificate: 1) date and place of birth; 2) names, ages, professions of parents. 3) baby's name. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
14938 Translation - Russian

3/24/2010 I'd appreciate help extracting the important data from this death certificate - 1) full name of the deceased, 2) date and place of death, 3) any further information (age, profession, parents, birthplace, survivors). Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
14939 Translation - Russian

3/24/2010 I'd appreciate help extracting the important data from this birth certificate: 1) date and place of birth; 2) names, ages, professions of parents. 3) baby's name. Thank you! View the post with its 1 response
14927 Tombstone

3/24/2010 I need help on tranlating the Hebrew text, in order to find parents names for Bessie Naglin, who lived in Dvinsk around 1900 having maiden name Raichin, Raisen, or Rosen. View the post with its 2 responses
14930 Do you recognize?

3/24/2010 Bitschofsky was one of the officers named on the back of this photo titled "Officers at work" taken in a garden. My uncle Fritz THORSCH is on RHS.He fought in Italy on the Isonzo and was decorated and promoted for his bravery. View the post with its 1 response
14931 Do you recognize?

3/24/2010 My father Pavel THORSCH is the tall goalie and his friend Fritz SCHNITLER is at far right. They both worked at the Creditanstalt and played football for the bank. I want to know if anyone can confirm this is the Creditanstalt team. also does anyone recognise anyone else in the team? I would like to hera more about where they played and when and how often. View the post with its 1 response
14932 Do you recognize?

3/24/2010 My father Paul THORSCH was the goalie. I want to know what team this was, whether it was the Creditanstaltbankverein team or not?
If you know anyone in the team please contact me.
View the post, there are no responses
14917 Do you recognize?

3/24/2010 This man was a fellow officer of my uncle's in the Austro-Hungarian Army.My uncle Fritz THORSCH trained as an officer at Baern in Moravia and lived in Vienna. He served in the Battle for the Isonzo which is near Gorizia and Trieste. View the post with its 1 response
14852 Tombstone

3/24/2010 translate hebrew View the post with its 7 responses
14934 Translation - Russian

3/24/2010 I'd appreciate help extracting the important data from this death certificate -
1) full name of the deceased,
2) date and place of death,
3) any further information (age, profession, parents, birthplace, survivors).

Thank you!
View the post with its 1 response
14935 Translation - Russian

3/24/2010 I'd appreciate help extracting the important data from this birth certificate:
1) date and place of birth;
2) names, ages, professions of parents.
3) baby's name.
Thank you!
View the post with its 1 response
14958 Tombstone

3/24/2010 Translation of inscription View the post with its 1 response
14950 Translation - Polish

3/24/2010 What does this document say about Kalman Winzelberg and Mindl Silberstein? View the post with its 1 response
14951 Translation - Polish

3/24/2010 What does this document say. View the post with its 1 response
14952 Interpretation

3/24/2010 I want to know the place of burial (presumably in Brooklyn) on the lower LHS of the document, which is a 1940 death certificate. View the post with its 2 responses
14953 Do you recognize?

3/24/2010 This is a photo of my grandmother, Sara Bernstein (Adunski) with my mother, taken in 1930. I think it was taken in Berlin. Does anyone recognize the monument ? View the post with its 7 responses
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