942Re: [Jewish Genealogy 2000] Re: BelaRusse Family Tree
- Dec 14, 2006Bribing the guards to look the other way.
Carry a nice basket of roast meat and home baked
bread. The guards could smell it and off the relative
would go behind the guards in the woods. I just go a
listing of records from one of the other genealogy
people in Jewish Genealogy
Donna grand daughter of Sarah and Jacob
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> <kapala_43@...> wrote:
> > How do you find out about the post revolution
> exidis from the area
> > especially when the borders closed in 1910 or so.
> > I know the Comunists kept excellent records as did
> the Nazis though not
> > for public knowledge.
> I guess the WWII records are available from Yad
> Vashem or the U.S.
> Holocaust Memorial Museum, and the newer records
> might be concealed by
> privacy laws.
> For WWI to WWII records:
> To U.S. -- Ellis Island records.
> To South Africa, South America and Australia and
> other countries that
> received the emigrants -- look under the names of
> individual countries
> and regions at
> Also, it looks as if the Mormon Family History
> Center in New York has
> emigration records for many countries other than
> Russia/Soviet Union:
> Maybe you could try calling them to ask who you call
> in the big Mormon
> genealogy library in Salt Lake City to ask why they
> don't have
> emigration records for the former Soviet Union.
> Maybe someone there
> could at least tell you where the records are
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