This Thursday Thoughts blogpost explores how family history research and people tracing can be a bit like opening Pandora’s box.
The International Tracing Service Digital Archive is now available at the Wiener Library, London.
Baggage or Luggage? Family history and life experiences – two ways to view them.
Are you thinking of starting your own Jewish family history research? Get some guidance from the 11 part historytrace blog series Research Your Own – RYO.
This blogpost explores your ancestors’ time and place through historical contextualisation for Jewish family history research.
This blogpost explores historical artefacts, inherited heirlooms, old documents and photos to help you build a rich picture of your Jewish family ancestry.
In this historytracings blogpost we continue our series on researching your own Jewish family history by exploring your ancestors’ given names.
In this Research Your Own family history research guide we will be getting to the source of historical information about your Jewish ancestors, looking at key types of historical sources and where they sources can be found.