Index to the First Twenty-four Volumes of AVOTAYNU

AVOTAYNU maintains an index to selected articles that have appeared in the first eighteen volumes (19852008) of the publication. Only shown are major articles and some excerpts from the sections "From Our Contributing Editors" and "From Our Mailbox." Not shown is the "U.S. Update" column, which is a digest of articles that appeared in publications of the Jewish genealogical societies and special interest groups. The articles in Volume III, Number 4 and many in Volumes IV-XXIV, Number 4, were human interest features and, therefore, are not part of the index. Each entry is the title of the article followed by the volume/number/page. Back issues can be purchased for $10 each ($12 outside North America) from Avotaynu, Inc., 155 N. Washington Ave, Bergenfield, NJ 07621. Note: Most earlier back issues are available in photocopy version only. All back issues from 19852008 are available on CD-ROM for $99.95 plus shipping. An annual subscription to Avotaynu is $38.00. Subscribe now!

Volume/Year: I/1985, II/1986, III/1987, IV/1988, V/1989, VI/1990, VII/1991, VIII/1992. IX/1993, X/1994, XI/1995, XII/1996, XIII/1997, XIV/1998, XV/1999, XVI/2000, XVII/2001, XVIII/2002, XIX/2003, XX/2004, XXI/2005, XXII/2006, XXIII/2007, XXIV/2008
Galicia (see also Poland and Ukraine)
About Galicia II/3/18
A research trip to Galicia II/3/19
Sources of information about Galicia V/3/22
Location of western Galicia vital statistic records VII/2/14
The Kollel Galicia Archive (in Jerusalem) VII/3/23
More on location of Galician records VII/3/43
Vital statistic records for eastern Galicia now in Warsaw archives VIII/2/11
Demographic records of Galicia, 1772-1919 VIII/2/07
Work continues on Encyclopedia of Galician Rabbis and Scholars VIII/4/65
Special interest group planned for Galitzianers IX/2/65
A Galician success story X/1/40
Vom Shtetl an Die Lower East Side: Galizische Juden in New York XI/1/65
A Return to Galicia: Shtetl Life at the turn of the twenty-first century XI/4/46
Some Discoveries in Galician Records XIII/4/45
Finding Your Jewish Roots in Galicia: A Resource Guide XIV/3/87
Little-known Rabbis in Small Galician Towns XIX/1/47
Jewish Surnames in Russia, Poland, Galicia and Prussia XIX/3/28
Rescuing Names from Oblivion: The Galician Medical Personnel Files at Yad Vashem    XXII/3/35

General
Archival publications (List of Jewish archives worldwide) I/1/07
Suggestions if planning to visit European Jewish cemeteries II/2/20
AVOTAYNU travel file planned II/3/34
Our 1,048,576 ancestors IV/1/37
Comments on AVOTAYNU articles (family and place names) V/1/03
Tracing Jewish ancestors--a pioneer looks back V/3/03
Book review: Family Diseases: Are You At Risk? V/3/34
AVOTAYNU to publish gazetteer of Eastern Europe V/3/38
Seeking descendants of the Baal Shem Tov V/4/22
UN War Crimes Files are genealogical source V/4/23
Genealogy and electronic bulletin boards VI/1/13
Jewish Genealogical Family Finder used to try to save a life VI/1/14Supp
Proposed standard numbering system for individuals, generations and charts in Jewish
genealogy VI/3/03
No one can do my research as I can! VI/3/06
Improvements made to Family Finder VI/3/37
Disputes king-for-a-day legend VI/3/38
Gazetteer of Eastern Europe nearing completion VI/4/13
Landslayt groups as a complement to Jewish genealogical societies VI/4/14
Genealogical networking VI/4/16
Biography of Jewish genealogy VII/1/22
Jewish genealogical societies worldwide VII/1/31
Plans for Jewish Genealogical People Finder VII/3/03
Concludes a generation equals 24 years VII/3/45
Jewish Travel Guide 1991 VII/3/47
Sources for study of the urban Jewish immigrant experience VII/4/55
Microfiche now available through AVOTAYNU VII/4/57
Jewish Genealogical Family Finder marks tenth anniversary VIII/1/42
Jewish Genealogical People Finder acquires 50,000 entries VIII/1/50
Comments on naming convention VIII/2/56
WOWW wins awards VIII/2/59
JGPF adds new capabilities VIII/3/59
WOWW is wow! VIII/3/66
Using an independent research service: costly results VIII/4/49
Using an independent research service: FAST works VIII/4/50
Suggests alternate codes for Jewish months VIII/4/64
Pioneer praises publication (AVOTAYNU) VIII/4/66
AVOTAYNU to publish summaries of family books IX/2/54
Dictionary of Jewish Surnames in the Russian Empire has secondary benefits IX/2/66
What's in a date? A study of various calendars IX/3/24
Lists IX/4/21
Family books in print IX/4/63
Book review: The Jewish Travel Guide IX/4/68
Mormons baptize Holocaust victims X/1/11
Plan screening program for Canavan disease X/1/64
Using a rare mutation to find a relative X/2/37
Some additional uses for A Dictionary of Jewish Surnames from the Russian
Empire
X/3/09
Some comments on Beider's dictionary X/3/11
Book review: From Generation to Generation X/3/59
Consanguinity or the relationship of "removed" cousins X/4/37
New family books in print X/4/73
Guest Editorial: A Call to Arms XI/1/03
The Search for ??ialundzie: Locating hard-to-find-places XI/1/17
Archival research basics for beginning genealogists, Part I: Microfilm XI/1/23
Bar-Zev answers (on consanguinity) XI/1/35
Consanguinity revisited XI/1/35
Names and their origins XI/1/41
Suggested behavior code for genealogists XI/1/45
Two surnames may be calques XI/1/67
The Mormon/Jewish controversy: What really happened XI/2/03
The problems with names XI/2/23
What a genealogist can learn from hospital records XI/2/37
Genealogy in its historical context XI/2/41
Book review: The Jewish Traveler: Hadassah Magazine's Guide to the World's Jewish
Communities and Sights
XI/2/63
Book review: Eat and Be Satisfied, A Social History of Jewish Food XI/2/63
Book review: Yiddish Cuisine: A Gourmet's Approach to Jewish Cooking XI/2/63
Book review: Who's Who in My Family XI/2/63
Lawrence Tapper Is Right: A Case Study--Trying to Save a Cemetery XI/2/66
Comments on Tapper's "A Call to Arms" XI/2/66
Re: Lawrence Tapper's Editorial: Genealogy Can Connect Individuals to Their
Community of the Past and Present XI/2/67
Genealogy as a Spiritual Pilgrimage XI/3/16
Enigmas and Idiosyncrasies XI/3/24
Fifteenth Summer Seminar on Jewish Genealogy XI/3/43
An Adventure with the Saints XI/3/47
Expanding the Universe of Jewish Archival Treasures XI/3/82
Jewish Genealogical Societies and Special Interest Groups XII/1/54
Indexing and record acquisition projects abound XII/1/61
A Daitch-Mokotoff soundex approach to misspelled names XII/2/13
Genealogists can't count XII/2/26
Call for human interest stories and family books in print XII/2/30
Genetics and Jewish law XII/2/38
Former YIVO librarian lauds genealogy XII/2/65
Gorr book lacks Sephardic variants XII/2/66
Genealogical word lists available XII/2/67
Learning about Jewish immigrant women: fact and fiction XII/3/24
A Call to Arms--continued XII/3/40
FAST needs help XII/3/75
CJSI To Be Updated and Expanded XIV/2/17
19th Annual Seminar on Jewish Genealogy and the 21st Century Coming Soon to New York! XIV/3/40
A Small Piece on the Evolution of Given Names XIII/2/14
AJGS Announces Plans for a Family Tree of the Jewish People XIII/4/3
AJGS, Beth Hatefutsoth, and JewishGen Plan Cooperative Venture to Share Family
Tree Data XIV/1/3
Avotaynu Declares Jewish Genealogy Month XIV/4/3
Avotaynu Foundation Formed XIII/2/26
AVOTAYNU Editors to Head B'nai Brith Genealogy Effort XIV/4/3
Back Issues of AVOTAYNU Now Available on CD-ROM XIII/2/27
Before You Hire a Researcher XIII/2/18
How and Why I Created a Shtetl Map XIII/2/34
How to Organize a Shtetl Co-op XIV/1/13
Jewish Culture, History, and Religion: Keys to Understanding Our Ancestors' Lives and
to Asking the Right Questions XIV/1/4
Jewish Genealogical Societies and Special Interest Groups XIII/1/55
Jewish Genealogical Societies and Special Interest Groups XIV/1/54
Jewish Genealogy on the Eve of the 21st Century XIII/3/3
L.A. Seminar Attracts 800 Attendees XIV/3/18
Look to the Future and Start a Jewish Genealogical Society to Find the Past XIII/3/39
New Family Books in Print XIII/4/91
New Family Histories in Print XIV/4/87
Organized Jewish Genealogy: The Early Years XIII/1/3
Paul Jacobi (1911-1997) XIII/3/9
Shtetl-Based Jewish Genealogical Research XIV/1/9
Star-Studded Cast of Speakers Assembled for Los Angeles Seminar XIV/1/18
The Mysteries of Yiddish Given Names XIII/2/17
Two Scholarly Journals XIV/4/73
University Research Libraries: An Underutilized Genealogical Resource XIII/1/20
Verifying Oral Traditions, A Case Study: The Gaon of Vilna XIII/3/29
Paris Seminar to Feature Distinguished Speakers XIII/1/17
Hello, Cousin: The Mathematics of Ancestry XIII/1/34
Books on Jewish History XIII/1/38
When Is a Name Nothing More Than a Variant of Another Name XIII/1/49
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions About Jewish Genealogy XIII/1/64
Books About Towns XIII/2/63
Bremen Emigration Lists Found XIII/3/11
Report on the Seminar in Paris XIII/3/11
Top 10 Reasons to Attend the 18th Annual Seminar on Jewish Genealogy in Los
Angeles XIII/4/4
Gleanings from the Los Angeles Seminar XIV/3/19
Breaking Through the Brick Wall XIV/3/3
Special Supplement: A Beginner's Primer in U.S. Jewish Genealogical Research XIV/3/43
Proceedings of the 5th International Seminar on Jewish Genealogy XIV/3/87
Emigration from the Port of Hamburg, Germany XIV/4/19
1998 Cemetery Project on CD-ROM XIV/4/85
A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Female Ancestors XIV/4/85
These Are the Names: Studies in Jewish Onomastics XIV/4/85
The Family Tree of the Jewish People--One Year Later XV/1/27
Jewish Genealogy Month 5760 XV/4/66
Editorial: Genealogists Must Lobby for Open Access to Archives XVI/2/3
Personal Privacy as an Issue in Access to Historical Research Material XVI/2/5
Some Ethical Questions Raised by Genealogy XVI/2/9
Project Brings Genealogy into the Jewish Schools of Toronto XVI/3/42
Comments on Privacy Issue XVI/3/67
Jewish Genealogical Projects in Progress XVII/1/23
Avotaynu Wants Surname Databases XVII/1/34
Jewish Genealogy in the First Decade of the 21st Century XVII/4/3
Jewish Genealogy Projects in Progress XVII/4/76
Avotaynu Guide to Jewish Genealogy Planned for 2003 XVIII/3/37
Genealogist's Wish List XIX/1/23
New Book: Avotaynu Guide to Jewish Genealogy XIX/1/14
Two Approaches in Jewish Onomastics: Books by Menk and the General:
Urges Using Red Cross XIX/1/67
A Better Way to Record Locations for Genealogy XIX/2/19
Book Review: What's Behind a Name XIX/2/66
Descendants of King David XIX/2/54
Unclaimed Property Throughout the World XIX/2/54
Book Review: The Lost Tribes of Israel: The History of a Myth XIX/3/65
How to Publish a Family Tree on CD XIX/3/52
Genealogy and Social Structure: A New Course XIX/4/11
IAJGS Awards Reach for Greater Heights XIX/4/25
International Institute of Jewish Genealogy Formed XIX/4/05
K. G. Saur International Biographical Archives Series XIX/4/35
Preserving Tape Recordings XX/1/47
The Small World of Jewish Genealogy XX/1/42
Ohel Not Identical to Mausoleum X X/2/70
Jewish Genealogy: The Past 25 Years XX/2/03
The Future of Jewish Genealogy XX/2/09
Pioneer Reminisces About Past 25 Years XX/3/67
The Next Step: Jewish Genealogy Goes Academic XX/3/03
The State of Organized Jewish Genealogy XXI/1/28
Jewish Newspapers as a Genealogical Resource XXI/2/27
New Printing Technique is Boon for Genealogists XXI/2/13
Who Is a Jew?--and Related Topics XXI/2/32
Creates Family Tree Registry XXI/3/67
Fate of the Ten Lost Tribes XXI/3/67
The Role of Genealogy in the Jewish Community XXI/3/03
How Our Ancestors from Distant Shtetls Knew Each
Other and Arranged Marriages between Their Children  XXII/1/13

Genealogy as an Academic Discipline XXII/1/33

Current
State
of Jewish Genealogical Societies  XXII/1/36
Clarifies “Who Is Jewish?” Article       XXII/1/71

Describes Tribal Affiliation Rules       XXII/1/71

Descended from King David? Maybe We All Are     XXII/2/67

Identifies “GDR” Notation     XXII/2/67

International Institute of Jewish Genealogy Holds Symposium in Jerusalem       XXII/3/03

The Interface between the International Institute of
Jewish Genealogy and the Jewish Genealogical Societies  XXII/3/05

Gary Mokotoff Honored   XXII/3/45

Backing Up Your Records XXII/4/09

The Role of the Jewish Genealogist in Medical and Genetic Family History      XXIII/1/15

Take Digital Pictures of Documents; Amalia and Mollie the Same Person? XXIII/1/71
Online Jewish Genealogical Organizations  XXIII/2/44
Clarifies List of Given Names
      XXIII/2/59
Postsecondary Study of Genealogy: Curriculum and Its Contexts    
XXIII/3/17
Do You Tell Adopted Children?       XXIII/3/64

International Institute for Jewish Genealogy Reports on Its First Two Years   XXIV/1/04

What Is the Correct Tombstone Inscription for a Woman Married More Than Once?        XXIV/1/53

Transatlantic Gap: Publishing “Private” Personal Data XXIV/2/39

Misconception about Daitch-Mokotoff Soundex System    XXIV/2/67

Five Steps to Publishing a Family History XXIV/4/10

Publish or Perish: How I Got the Rubinoff-Naftolin Family Saga into Print     XXIV/4/12

A Message from AVOTAYNU Editor Sallyann Amdur Sack    XXIV/4/21
Germany
Adoption of family names in Prussia (1804) I/2/23
German-Jewish Records at the Genealogical Society of Utah III/1/03
Gedenkbuch, list of 130,000 German Jews persecuted by Nazis III/1/24
Jews of Gleiwitz III/3/21
Availability of German maps circa 1888 IV/2/17
Wedding records in Berlin 1723-1813 IV/2/21
Condition of German Jewish cemeteries V/1/34
Availability of German-Jewish records V/2/12
More on condition of German Jewish cemeteries V/2/26
German-Jewish periodicals: A genealogical resource V/3/20
Book review: Jewish Community of Frankfurt V/3/34
East German Jewish archive to open by 1994 V/3/38
Jews of Blomberg V/4/15
Jewish records in East Germany VI/1/03
Plea to index Weissensee Cemetery VI/1/29
Jewish genealogical research in the German Democratic Republic VI/2/06
Hamburg records aid genealogists VI/2/30
German cemeteries documented VI/2/39
German-Jewish records in the Mormon library VI/3/04
Jews of Baden-W�rttemberg VII/1/28
History of personal records of Jews in Germany VII/2/09
Lesser known records...in the Hamburg State Archives VII/3/06
U.S. National Archives material on Jews from Bavaria and Bremen VII/3/16
Book review: Gedenkbuch VII/3/36
Jewish records held in Leipzig Archives VII/4/28
The Sephardim of the Altona Cemetery VIII/1/14
Comparing most common German-Jewish surnames with their American
counterparts VIII/1/30
East German genealogical records VIII/1/32
Twenty miles of Prussia archives VIII/1/33
Jewish Community Office in Leipzig has valuable records VIII/1/34
More Jewish holdings in East German archives VIII/2/13
Leipzig office has 1936 census (of Jews) VIII/2/55
Additional German resources given VIII/2/55
Translating Judeo-German VIII/3/28
Books and periodicals from Germany VIII/3/35
Book review: Address book for Germanic Genealogy VIII/3/62
Mormons have microfilmed 1938 German-Jewish census VIII/3/65
Germany yields finds from other European countries IX/1/27
The Complete Archives of the German Jews IX/1/28
How the Jewish cemeteries of Altona survived World War II IX/1/33
Nazi publication documents "Jews and Non-Aryans With Musical Abilities" IX/1/34
Determining an ancestral town in Germany IX/2/19
The families of Jewish private bankers Reflections on a genealogical study IX/2/40
Jewish genealogical society formed IX/2/49
Germany's finds from Eastern Europe IX/3/03
DP card file at the Central Archives in Heidelberg IX/3/13
Books document Jews in German communities IX/3/21
Book review: Bibliography of Projects on German Jewry and anti-Semitism IX/3/61
Book review: Bibliography of German-Jewish Genealogy IX/3/61
Reports on German emigration societies IX/3/65
Book review: Jews of Germany: A Historical Portrait . X/1/63
German laws regulating access to genealogical records X/2/25
Hamburg shipping X/2/53
German Emigration Society records available X/2/67
Book review: Inventory of Emigration Sources in the Bremen Archives X/3/62
Book review: Family Research for Jewish Ancestors from Baden Wurttemberg in
Hohenlohe District
X/3/63
Describes Jewish history periodical of the Rhineland-Palatinate X/3/67
Conversions and mixed marriages in Germany X/4/58
Reports on documentation of Jewish tombstones in Baden W�rttemberg X/4/81
Book lists persons who lost German citizenship, 1933-1945 X/4/81
The G\1 Collection in Jerusalem's Central Archives for the History of the Jewish
People XI/4/25
Brilling archives in Frankfurt museum XI/1/34
History and Culture of the Jews in Swabia XI/1/64
Jewish first names in German Alemanic districts XI/2/48
Germanic Genealogy: A Guide to Worldwide Sources and Migration Patterns XI/3/79
The 1939 census of the Jews of Germany XII/2/31
Hamburg JGS founded XII/2/66
On-Site research in Germany XII/3/12
Searching the German catalog XII/3/45
Founding of a German-Jewish genealogical society XII/3/54
Book review: Cologne Gedenkbuch XII/3/71
Microfilmed German records XII/4/15
Hamburg Jewry XII/4/65
Civil Vital Records for Berlin Jews Discovered in the Potsdam Archives German and
Polish Place Names XIV/2/33
Alternate index to Hamburg emigrations XIII/1/39
Book on Jews of Posen XIII/1/64
Additional German Records Found XIII/1/67
Major change is acquisition policy for German records XIII/2/50
Taschenbuch f�r Familiengeschichtsforschung XIII/3/63
Genealogical Research in W�rttemberg, Germany XIII/4/29
Researching Famous or Near-Famous German Ancestors? XIII/4/98
Literary Sources for Genealogical Research on Jews with German Roots XIV/1/31
More About W�rttemberg Census XIV/1/67
Jewish Family Name Adoption in Mecklenburg XIV/2/35
Cemeteries and birth and death registers of Hamburg. XIV/2/47
German-Jewish family names XIV/2/47
News of Baden-W�rttemberg Cemeteries XIV/2/65
Palatinate name adoptions XIV/3/69
Library Resources for German-Jewish Genealogy XIV/3/87
Emigration from the Port of Hamburg, Germany XIV/4/19
Westphalian Jews and the Holocaust: An Amazing Find XV/1/31
Records for West Prussia Found in East German Archives XV/1/33
German-Jewish Gravestones on the Internet XV/1/66
Hamburg Emigration Lists Are Being Computerized XV/2/3
Primary Source Material for German-Jewish Genealogy at the
Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People XV/2/31
Resources Relating to the History of the Jews in the
Archives of the Former German Democratic Republic (East Germany) XV/3/23
Clarifies Location of German List XVI/1/67
German Name Adoptions XVI/2/43
Report on Brilling Collection in Frankfurt XVI/3/54
Searching for Louis Kirchner in the Hamburg Emigration Lists XVI/4/9
German Microfilms Prove Valuable XVI/4/29
Jews of Baden-Wuerttemberg Project XVI/4/89
Eastern European Jewish Emigration via Hamburg XVII/2/11
Book Review: The History of the Jews of Germany in Modern Times XVII/2/63
German and Polish Archival Holdings in Moscow XVII/4/11
How to Determine from Where and When an American Moved to Berlin XVII/4/20
Navigating Berlin Resources to Solve a Family Puzzle XVIII/2/29
Book Review Portraits of Our Past: Jews of the German Countryside XVIII/3/62
Updated Website for Berlin City Directories XVIII/4/91
Westphalian Jews and the Holocaust: An Amazing Find XV/1/31
Records for West Prussia Found in East German Archives XV/1/33
German-Jewish Gravestones on the Internet XV/1/66
Hamburg Emigration Lists Are Being Computerized XV/2/3
Primary Source Material for German-Jewish Genealogy at the
Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People XV/2/31
Resources Relating to the History of the Jews in the
Archives of the Former German Democratic Republic (East Germany) XV/3/23
Clarifies Location of German List XVI/1/67
German Name Adoptions XVI/2/43
Report on Brilling Collection in Frankfurt XVI/3/54
Searching for Louis Kirchner in the Hamburg Emigration Lists XVI/4/9
German Microfilms Prove Valuable XVI/4/29
Jews of Baden-Wuerttemberg Project XVI/4/89
Eastern European Jewish Emigration via Hamburg XVII/2/11
Book Review: <I>The History of the Jews of Germany in Modern Times</I> XVII/2/63
German and Polish Archival Holdings in Moscow XVII/4/11
How to Determine from Where and When an American Moved to Berlin XVII/4/20
Navigating Berlin Resources to Solve a Family Puzzle XVIII/2/29
Book Review Portraits of Our Past: Jews of the German Countryside XVIII/3/62
Updated Website for Berlin City Directories XVIII/4/91
Frankfurt/Main Jewry XIX/1/47
More Than a Book Review: Gedächtnis aus Stein: Die Synagoge in Kippenheim, 1852-2002 XIX/1/34
New Site for Berlin City Directories XIX/1/67
Sources for Jewish Family Research in the Hamburg State Archives XIX/1/47
My Ancestors Were Schutzjuden XIX/2/11
Jewish Surnames in Russia, Poland, Galicia and Prussia XIX/3/28
Sielemann Given Obermayer Award XIX/3/54
Book Review: Genealogical Guide to East and West Prussia XIX/4/75
Cites Sources of German, Austrian and Czech Holocaust Victims Names XIX/4/79
Book Review: Legacy: The Saga of a German-Jewish Family Across Time and Circumstance XX/1/56
Book Review: The Diaries of Bernhard Cahn: A Man of His Time XX/1/56
Sephardic community of Hamburg XX/1/47
Sources on Jews of Mecklenburg-Schwerin and Nearby Areas XX/1/41
Jewish Genealogy in Germany XX/2/26
German Jewish Migration to South Africa XX/3/25
German Areas Bordering Switzerland XX/4/62
A Short History of Jewish Surnames in Germany XXI/1/05
Jacobi Center Acquires German Genealogies XXI/1/62
Book Review: A Dictionary of German-Jewish Surnames XXI/2/64
Hamburg Tombstone Inscriptions Help Trace Garcia de los Reyes Family    XXII/1/34
Book Review:
Die `Judendeportationen' aus dem Deutschen Reich 1941–1945 XXII/1/69
Book Review: Gedenkbuch Häftlingen des Konzentrationslagers Bergen Belsen     XXII/1/69

Jewish Names in German Civil Documents of the 19th Century  XXII/2/11

The Half- and Quarter-German Jews of the Nazi Era     XXII/3/21

Lars Menk Wins Obermayer Award      XXII/3/49

Website Lists German Fallen of WWI  XXII/3/63

Book Review:
Gedenkbuch XXII/4/72
Comments on Mischlinge Germans      XXII/4/75

Book Review:
Bibliographie zur deutsch-jüdischen Familienforschung
und zur neueren Regional- und Lokalgeschichte der Juden       XXIII/1/69

Exhibit of the Jews of Poznán, 1793–1939
XXIII/1/71
Book Review: History of the Jewish Community of Schneidemühl 1641 to the Holocaust   XXIII/2/57

Book Review:
Germanic Genealogy: A Guide to Worldwide Sources
and Migration Patterns
       XXIII/3/62
Book Review: Posen Place Name Indexes     XXIV/1/51

German Passports Found in Shanghai  XXIV/3/25
Gibraltar
Toledano family of Gibraltar XXI/3/52

Greece
Bibliography of Greek Jewry VIII/2/40
Greek Jewry VIII/4/56
Greek Jewish records in Moscow to be returned to Greece IX/3/52
Greek Jewry: Sources for genealogical research X/4/11
Projects to Document Jews of Turkey, Salonika, Bulgaria, and Belgrade XIV/2/40
How to Research Families from Turkey and Salonika XIV/1/28
Finding Relatives for a Survivor from Rhodes XVI/4/63
Finding Relatives for a Survivor from Rhodes XVI/4/63
Book Review: Memorial to the Jews Deported from Greece XXI/2/54
Salonika Records Yield Results      XXIV/2/67
 

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