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How to trace the history of your Jewish ancestors persecuted by the Nazis (France and Belgium between 1940 and 1945)?
- how to gather only useful information about your ancestors
- how to reconstruct their history
This free guide includes :
- The complete 3-step method to already get a result (tools included)
- Direct inspiration for your own discoveries: 5 practical cases, 16 examples, 9 useful links
- 17 recommendations to avoid drowning or making unnecessary expenses or research
NB: this method of historical reconstitution from genealogical information is transposable to other periods of Jewish life in Europe
Step 1: Genealogy,
You search and collect the 3 kinds of information directly related to your ancestors.
Second step: Background
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You search and collect only useful information indirectly related to your ancestors.
Third step: History,
You reconstruct entire pages of family history. You complete them in a story that can be transposed to the medium of your choice.
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Analogy (hypothesis) - Ancestor - Nominal archives
Arrest - Auschwitz - Bad Arolsen - Brussels - Censorship - Context - Convoy - Deportation - Family documents - Drancy - Envelope - Foreigners - Fake papers - File - Escape - Gendarmerie - Genealogy - Geneva - History - Inventory - Liquidation of Jewish goods - List (incarceration, deportation) - Loiret - Marriage - Malines - Memory - Method - Birth - Nice - Family objects - Oblivion - Tools - Passport - Perpignan - Displaced person - Photo - Roundup - Census - Reconstitute - Rivesaltes - Safe-conduct - Sequestration (archives) - Remembrance - Switzerland - Testimony (family) - Stamp - Warsaw - Vichy - Video - Yad Vashem (Jerusalem) - Zakhor-Europe (researches) - Occupied zone - Non occupied zone
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