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Upcoming Programs (click title for info)
- Sunday, October 26th: London, England: The Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain 21st Annual London Conference: "Exploring the Archives: Unique & Unusual Resources in Galician & Polish Research"
- Wednesday, October 29th: Warsaw, Poland: Researching Your Jewish Roots in Poland & Galicia: Online!" Jewish Community Center of Warsaw
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New Book: A Guide to Jewish Genealogy – Kraków
Gesher Galicia has co-published its first book in association with British researcher Geoffrey Weisgard. This useful, easily readable guide to Kraków provides a short history of Jewish settlements in the town and in Kazimierz, and explores research opportunities in Kraków, providing detailed suggestions on how to add more names to your Galician family tree. learn more & buy online →
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