(Belgium- Netherlands) Genealogy Online Provides Jewish Monument of WW2
From Jan Meisels Allen email@example.com@21:1/5 to All on Mon Sep 23 20:46:25 2019
Genealogy Online has information on Belgian and Dutch Archives. They are commemorating the end of World War ll by marking the World War ll victims in their publication While their website has a list of over 5,500 marked World
War ll victims, one of the items is the War Graves Foundation of the Jewish Monument with over 104,000 people who were persecuted in the Netherlands and did not survive the Holocaust.
The website is offered four languages: Nederland, English, German and French. The
word "taal" is language and you may change to any of the four languages.
Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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