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Algeria Civil records of Algeria and Morocco VI/1/29 Jewish community in the Touat Oases VII/4/60 Brochures on colonization of Algeria VIII/3/51 Algerian Jews VIII/3/52 About the Jews of Morocco, Algeria and Libya X/3/38 Algerian records in Aix-en-Provence XI/1/45 Conference on the Jews of Algeria XXI/3/52 Le Moniteur Algérien: A Newspaper Source for Jewish Algerian Research XXVII/1/50 Argentina History of the Jews of Argentina II/3/21 Sources of vital statistic records III/3/18 Argentina, the other Golden Land V/2/16 Jewish Immigration to Argentina VII/2/34 Inquiries to Argentina XII/1/40 Cites Argentinean source for immigrant information XII/1/66 Jewish genealogical society founded XII/3/51 Using Argentina phone books on the Internet XII/4/59 How to obtain Argentinean vital records, immigration registers, census records, genea- logical resources in Buenos Aires, history of the Jews of Chile, Jews of Rhodes XIII/2/50 History of the Moise Ville colony XIII/4/79 Moroccan community in Buenos Aires XIII/4/79 Jews of Belmonte XIV/4/69 Moises Ville colony school records XIV/4/69 Spanish Jewry XIV/4/69 My Search for Family in Argentina XVII/4/35 Jewish Colonization Association XIX/2/54 Río de la Plata XIX/2/54 Argentinian Immigration Database Now Online XIX/4/68 Paul Armony z”l (1932–2008) XXIV/3/07 Jewish Surnames in Argentina XXII/2/19 Immigrants to Argentina Listed as Baron de Hirsch Colonists XXIII/2/19
Australia History of the Jews of Australia I/1/03 Australian Jewish Historical Society I/1/11 Migration of Belgian Holocaust survivors III/1/21 Book review: Australian genealogy books in print III/3/31 Demography of Australian Jews in 1986 census IV/2/24 Origin of Australian Jewry VI/2/19 Comments on "Origin of Australian Jewry" article VI/3/21 First governor Arthur Phillip's Jewish origins VII/1/24 Jewish genealogical societies founded VII/4/58 Activities of Australian JGS VIII/4/53 Your Australian cousins XI/1/37 Australian family histories XI/1/43 Burials in New South Wales XI/1/43 Five regional branches of the Australian Jewish Genealogical Society XII/4/59 Jewish genealogical activity throughout Australia XIII/1/39 Egyptian Jews in Australia XIII/4/79 New group in Perth XIII/4/79 Access to census records XIV/2/47 Holocaust arrival records XIV/2/47 Computerization of Australian immigration records XIV/4/69 Sophie Caplan Honored by Australian Government XVI/1/45 Book Review: Tracing Your Family History in Australia XIX/2/66 Early Australian-Jewish History XIX/2/54 Jewish Lives in Tasmania XIX/3/52 Burial CD XIX/4/68 Earliest Jewish Doctors of Australia XIX/4/68 National Archives of Australia XIX/4/68 CD of Australia Jewish qresources XX/2/50 CD of Sydney Burials XX/2/50 Australian Military Records Online XX/4/62 Early Immigrants to Australia XXI/2/43 Melbourne Chevra Kadisha records XXI/3/52 Monograph Holdings of AJGS XXI/3/52 Australia Holds First National Conference XXIV/3/30 Small World Comes to Perth XXIV/4/81
Austria Austrian Holocaust project planned X/2/66 Austrian Resource Cited XI/2/67 Jews Remain Identified in Austrian Baptismal Records XI/4/50 Vienna as a magnet for Austro-Hungarian Jews XII/4/26 Austrian-Jewish Records: Ill-gotten Gains XIV/2/13 Some Jewish Holdings in Vienna XIV/2/49 Jews of Vienna 1826-1945 XIII/1/39 Records from Burgenland at the Central Archives in Israel XIII/3/54 Austrian Records Controversy Continues XIV/3/17 Jewish first names in the Austrian Empire XIV/4/69 LDS Films of Viennese Registration Forms (Meldezettel)As a Genealogical Resource XVI/3/3 More About Viennese Registration Lists and Related Matters XVI/3/7 Book Review: Verdrängte Geschichte Schauplätze des Naziterrors in Oesterreich XIX/1/60 Cites Sources of German, Austrian and Czech Holocaust Victims Names XIX/4/79 Resources for Records of Vienna XX/1/34 Jewish Vital Records in Vienna: Two Sets XXI/3/22 The Jews of Vienna and Their Moravian Hometowns XXV/1/13 Austro-Hungary Genealogy & migration: Jewish movement in 19th-Century Austro-Hungary XII/1/25 Residency in the Austro-Hungarian Empire XVI/4/89 The 1869 Austro-Hungarian Census XVII/3/25 Austro-Hungarian Military Records XIX/3/32 Book Review: Genealogical Gazetteer of the Kingdom of Hungary XXII/3/60 Jewish Officers in the Austrian Army XXV/3/66 Resources To Find Any Location in the Austro-Hungarian Empire; Similar Resources for Imperial Russia and Imperial Germany XXVI/3/19
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