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  • Croatia Portal

    Welcome to the Croatia Portal Croatia Portal has been created to: Link all existing Croatian projects Encourage new Croatian projects to be created Encourage collaboration between Geni users who have Croatian interests and connections Promote and facilitate Croatian genealogical research Promote Croatia, its people, culture and tradition to the wider Geni community What can you ...

  • USA Portal

    Welcome to the USA Portal! The USA Portal is here to facilitate those researching ancestors or relatives in the United States, or elsewhere in the world but with American roots. We encourage everyone with links in the United States to communicate and explore a common ancestry. In this portal you will find sources and discussions that will help you with your research. In case you have a partic...

  • Geni World History Timeline

    Umbrella Directory This project is an Umbrella Directory Project to help teleport Geni members to experience and explore the evolution of mankind vis-à-vis virtually providing historical context to profiles and projects on Geni. Science, - Religion, - Politics, - Culture, - Historical Notables, - Major Historical Events, - Rise and Decline of World Powers, - Art, - Music, - Philosophy, - Mat...

  • Czech Jewish Online Resources

    Holocaust* Yad Vashem * Terezin Victims JewishGen* JewishGen Austria-Czech Special Interest Group * Austria-Czech Jewish Records Search Genteam* Prague Jewish Newspaper Obituaries

  • Jewish Families of Milín, Czech Republic

    The project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Milín in Bohemia, Czech Republic. The town used the cemeteries in Pribram and Kamenná.

  • Jewish Families of Těchobuz, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to document the Jewish families from the village of Těchobuz in Pelhřimov District in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic.

  • Jewish Families of Radenin, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to document the Jewish families of Radenin Cemetery Earliest known Jewish community was before 1723. 1930 Jewish population was 9. Jews moved to big towns after 1848; independent congregation disbanded after 1921. Birthplace of prominent Czechoslovak diplomat Gustav Winter (1899-1943). The landmarked Jewish cemetery originated before 1723 with last known Conservative or P...

  • Jewish Families of Tábor, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to document the Jewish families of Tábor (Tabor, Bohemia, Czech Republic) Jewish history: [ ]From the International Jewish Cemetery Project:"A Jewish community founded in the early 1600's built a synagogue [scroll down for photo] in the late 1800's (Jewish population of 455 in 1884) that was closed down by the Nazis in October 1941. The town, used as a transit camp for deport...

  • Jewish Families from Jesenice (Jessenitz), Czech Republic

    This project seeks to list representatives of all of the Jewish families from the town of Jesenice (Jessenitz) in the Czech Republic.

  • Jewish Families from Třebsko, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Třebsko, Bohemia, Czech Republic.The books on the jewish community of Třebsko contains also data on people who lived in neighbour small villages arrond. For example: Vysoká (Vysoká u Příbramě).The first cemetary the jews were barried was Kamenná or Kamena: There are several places named Kamenná in Bohemia, this one is a t...

  • Jewish families from Horažďovice, Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Horažďovice in Bohemia, Czech Republic.From The Lives of the Jews of Horažďovice published by Westminster Synagogue , 2012: JEWISH LIFE IN HORAŽD’OVICE 1618-1939 Horažd’ovice is a small town of fewer than 6000 inhabitants 100 km south-west of Prague in the historic region of Bohemia. A Jewish presence is believed to have ...

  • Jewish families from Tetschen, Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Tetschen in Bohemia, Czech Republic

  • Jewish Families of Votice (Wottitz) Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect information on all of the Jewish families who resided in the town of Votice (Wottitz) in Bohemia, Czech Republic.!!!! BE CAREFUL ... the families were growing in years and members went to surrounding towns, villages .... all area up to Dobrisch, Sedlec, Sedlcany, Beroun etc. From the past the county of Beroun ... conection among families, bussiness branch etc. .......

  • Jewish Families from Jičín, Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Jičín (Titschein, Gitschin or Jitschin) in Bohemia, Czech Republic.Located 50°26' N, 15°21' E, 46 miles ENE of Praha (Prague) in the scenic region of the Bohemian Paradise (Český ráj) under the Prachov Rocks (Prachovské skály). Jewish population: 358 (in 1880), 90 (in 1939). The town is landmarked due to its significant a...

  • Jewish Families from Štěkeň (Stekna), Bohemia, Czech

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Štěkeň (Stekna) in Štěkeňin Strakonice District in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic

  • Jewish Families from Meclov, Bohemia, Czech Republic

    The project is designed to identify and collect Jewish individuals and family with a connection to Meclov Metzling. Meclov is a village and municipality (obec) in Domažlice District in the Plzeň Region of the Czech Republic. The municipality covers an area of 31.96 square kilometres (12.34 sq mi), and has a population of 1,055 (as at 28 August 2006). Meclov lies approximately 9 kilometres (6 m...

  • Jewish Families from Krnsko , Czech Republic

    This project seeks to list representatives of all of the Jewish families from the village of Krnsko in the Czech Republic.

  • Jewish Families of Malesice (Malesitz), Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to list representatives of all of the Jewish families from the Bohemian village of Malesice (Malesitz) in the Czech Republic.MALESICE: (German: Malesitz). The first written mention of Malesice is from 1239 AD in a document of King Wenceslas I. The village changed owners several times (mostly in relation to the Catholic Church). At the end of the 19th century, most citizens we...

  • Jewish Families from Čím, Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the Čím, Bohemia, Czech Republic.

  • Jewish families from Litomyšl, Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Litomyšl in Bohemia, Czech Republic

  • Jewish families from Nebovidy, Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the village of Nebovidy in Kolin District in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.

  • Jewish Families from Humpolec, Czech Republic

    This projects seeks to collect representative profiles of all of the Jewish families form the town of Humpolec (Gumpolds, Humpoltz) in the Czech Republic. JewishGen's Humpolec page HISTORY: The first mention of a small Jewish community in Humpolec dates back to 1385. The respective record was kept in the archives of the nearby Želiv (Seelau) Monastery. In the second half of the 14th century...

  • Jewish families in Vidnava (Weidenau), Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families in Vidnava (Weidenau) in Bohemia, Czech Republic. Cemetery Earliest known Jewish community was 1726. Jewish population was 5 Jews in 1921 and 2 in 1930. The unlandmarked Jewish cemetery originated in 1854 with last known Conservative Jewish burial before 1942. No other towns or villages used this cemetery between fields and woods, on an i...

  • Jewish families from Nezdice, Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Nezdice in Bohemia, Czech Republic

  • Jewish Families from Dašice, Bohemia, Czech Republic

    This project seeks to collect all of the Jewish families from the town of Dašice in the Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic. It is located 10 km east of Pardubice.

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