Here are the handouts from the JGSGB German Special Interest Group meetings on:
3 September 2017 – Handout from JGSGB German SIG on 3 September 2017
3 December 2017 – Handout from JGSGB German SIG on 3 December 2017
4 March 2018 – Handout from JGSGB German SIG on 4 March 2018
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Here is the handout from my talk to the Anglo-German Family History Society meeting on 14 October 2017.
Developments in German Jewish Genealogy AGFHS 14 October 2017
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Handout from JGSGB Education Session 19 -14 September 2017
Here is the handout from the JGSGB Members Education Webinar Number 19 Genealogy + Enhancing your Genealogy Using Ephemera & New Tech Tools from 14 September 2017.
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Here is the updated and expanded handout from the session that Roger Lustig and I ran at the IAJGS Conference in Seattle.
Handout for Get Your Questions Answered by the German Research Experts FINAL
We promised to write up the questions we answered and to publish them. We hope you find the handout helpful.
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The presentation I gave explores the lives of two Jewish boys both called Leo, whose families lived in pre-war Bruchsal, in Baden, South West Germany and who both ended up living in the UK after WW2.
The Holocaust shattered Jewish family life in Germany, changing everything. The presentation describes the art of the possible in terms of the stories of their lives, and both Leos have compelling narratives.
Using as illustrations the official records and photographs that have been collected along the way, I shared information about their lives and those of their immediate families, drawing comparisons and highlighting both similarities and differences between them.
Whilst each Leo’s story is memorable, sadly, in Jewish genealogical circles, neither family’s journey is entirely unique. This blog posting contains the handout from my talk and will lead you to the kinds of sources you can find for your own family.
Here is the handout from the talk Handout for The Story of Two Leos by Jeanette R Rosenberg OBE August 2016