Friday, July 25, 2008

Woman finds traces of family in Nazi archives

Janet Isenberg went to the recently opened Nazi archives at Bad Arolsen, Germany, to learn the fate of 163 relatives lost during the Holocaust. After a week of intensive researching with 41 other genealogists, she returned to Glen Rock sobered but renewed.

"My father was a Holocaust survivor," Isenberg, a genealogy enthusiast, told The Jewish Standard last week. She formed a passion for genealogy when she was 17. "I have been studying the history of my family for over 35 years, so when I discovered this opportunity I had to seize it," she said.

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  1. thank you you for linking to this article

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