Program: The “Kvell and Tell” session Sunday, Aug. 26, 2012.
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Victims of the Holocaust research sites:
• Gedenkbuch http://www.bundesarchiv.de/gedenkbuch/directory.html, The Gedenkbuch was originally a 4 volumn list, prepared from Nazi records. of those missing or perished in the Holocaust. The online version is fully searchable by a variety of facts including name, birth day and/or town, residence town, date of transport or date of death.
• Yad Vashem http://db.yadvashem.org/names/search.html, This database includes information from the Gedenkbuch and Joods Momunent as well as Pages of Testimony by family and researchers giving information on missing and perished individuals
• Joods Monument
www.joodsmonument.nl/search?q_mm=&q _search_form=person&q_advanced= I , This database focuses on Netherlands residents who perished or were missing in the Holocaust .
• holocaust.cz www.holocaust.cz/en/main, The database contains names and fates of Jews deported from the Bohemian Lands and of the prisoners of the Terezin ghetto from other European countries.
• www.alemannia-judaica.de/ The Association for the Study of the History of the Jews in Southern Germany and Adjoining Areas. This site has substantial information about Jewish coummunities. synagogues and cemeteries.
• www.jinh.site50.net This site focuses on the Jewish communities of North Hessen and their families and has a substantial number of family trees assembled from original data sources and a wide variety of other Jewish culture research.
• www.Google.com No explanation needed. There are many websites covering the Jewish communities of individual towns, which I found by Googling for individuals who were mentioned in these websites. More often than not, l found new information on others in the community as well.