Databases: with more general information
International Jewish Cemetery Project documents
Vashem documents the Holocaust
Fighters' House Archive
in New York City
Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Database of old postcards. It's
in Polish. This link is to the home page. It's a hard to navigate: I
have difficulty getting back to photos I know are there. The best way
to get hits if you don't know Polish is to click on 'Mapa' in the Menu
bar. This brings up a map, with little squares wherever there are
images. If the town's not named, just mouse over the mystery square and
the town name will pop up, as will thumbnails of the linked images.
These will be across the bottom of your screen. Once you click on one
image, it will come up on your screen. Do not use the < > arrows
in either of the two places they appear - they send you to random
places. Stick with the thumbnails in the image you got after clicking
on the place name.
you have Lida uezd
materials to share, please considering donating it.
If you read Yiddish or Hebrew, please contact us.
- "Vanished World" blogs from a 2019 trip:
held both in Grodno and Vilna archives.For Lida records translation,
your tax deductible contribution by credit card via the secure server
at either group or by mail will grow our knowledge. For a $100
donation, you receive all these records translated two years ahead of
their posting on JewishGen. Every penny collected is used for Lida uezd
projects only. Records include censuses; family lists; marriages,
births, death records; prenumeraten lists; and more. Please contact Judy Baston
with any questions.For current translations, please see the ALD:
All Lithuanian Database and Belarus