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Hungarian Jewish Online Databases

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  • Yechiel Steinmetz (1888 - 1944)
    More information on the Yad Vashem website at the following link Yechiel Steinmetz was born in Borsa in 1888 to יששכר and Rivka nee Khana. He was a merchant and mar...
  • adele brachfeld (deceased)
  • Fanni Breisach (deceased)
  • Victor "Vici" Jacobi (1883 - 1921)
    "Jacobi Viktor (Bp., 1883. okt. 22. – New York, 1921. dec. 12.): zeneszerző. 1903–1905 között volt a Zeneak.-án Koessler János [Hans Koessler: ] zenesze...

JewishGen Records Research:

Hungarian Name Changes Searchable!;view=1up;seq=7

Hungarian Jewish Records post-1895 digitized by the LDS

Jewish Burials Index (Nationwide) - in addition to those found on JewishGen - note: needs Hungarian diacritical marks - use Hungarian keyboard at, cut and paste to this site

Holocaust Research:

Klarsfeld Database is not currently available on-line at this URL. Klarsfeld records are still searchable from the Yad Vashem Names Database

Hungarian Soldiers - War Dead (includes some Jewish victims of WW2 Hungarian labor battalions)

Budapest Birth Marriage Death Records

Budapest Probate and Notarial Records at Budapest City Archives - note: needs Hungarian diacritical marks - use Hungarian keyboard at, cut and paste to this site

1900 Budapest Directory searchable database

Hungarian Jewish Archive:

Browsable Directories On-Line:

Directory of Hungarian Landowners and Leaseholders, 1897 [A magyar korona országainak mezőgazdasági statisztikája. : Második kötet. : Gazdaczimtár / szerk. és kiadja a Magyar Kir. Központi Statisztikai Hivatal] Name index starts on page 625.

A videki halozatok beturendes tavbeszelo nevsora 1943 [The alphabetical register of the country's telephone network] May 1943 Telephone directory covering all areas that were part of Hungary in 1943, including lands in the eastern part present-day Slovakia, Transylvania, and Transcarpathia ceded to Hungary by the Vienna Awards in 1938 and 1940. Main page lists sections of the telephone directory in several formats. Access PDF files at

Maps: Ung County Wikimedia