How to reconstruct the tragic history of your Jewish ancestors in France and Belgium (1940-1945)
This free guide includes :
- The complete 3-step method to already get a result (tools included)
- Direct inspiration for your own discoveries: 5 practical cases, 16 examples, 9 useful links
- 17 recommendations to avoid drowning or making unnecessary expenses or research
NB : this method of historical reconstitution from genealogical information is transposable to other periods of the jewish life in Europe.
Mapping a tragedy: the Jews in France and Belgium (1940-1944)
Between 1940 and 1944, the borders of the French Republic and the Kingdom of Belgium gave way to
- occupied (by Germany or Italy) and non-occupied zones
- prohibited or annexed zones
This new division itself evolved between 1942 and 1943.
Depending on the time and the place, the situation of the persecuted and then hunted down Jews presented unfavorable or very unfavorable factors.
To escape the measures that targeted them, many Jews (often foreigners) moved from one zone to another.
Tracing Jewish refugees in Switzerland (1938-1945)
Chronological and cartographic references
How did one get to Switzerland?
- 3 examples taken from our research
- The 3 main channels
Refoulé or refugee?
Where and how to find the traces of a Jewish refugee in Switzerland?
- Lists of names
Obtaining a complete nominative file
Your place in history : 5 answers to your questions
Whether consciously or not, your family’s history lives in you.
Our customers decided to explore their history. They got many answers to their questions !