When the small and still very young town of Pilviškiai came under Prussian administration in 1795 during the Third Partition of Poland-Lithuania, a census of the Jewish inhabitants was arranged. It took place in 1798.
Insight into a new exhibition – Who knows more people?
The landowner Walther Sandelowsky trained young people in agriculture since 1934 so that they could receive a certificate for immigration to Palestine.
Šakiai: The work on the list is still going on. But already now it can be revealed that there were many grain merchants in the town, but also several glaziers and even a bookbinder.
In a private album in Germany is the following class photo from Ortelsburg (today Szczytno / Poland) from 1886 was found. The girls are probably
We are looking for a photographer from Eydtkuhnen in New York, Else Newman née Kamnitzer 1912-1999
Wanted: Family of Gustav Lossau (born 1904 in Königsberg).The locksmith Gustav Lossau had a Jewish wife Edith Eva Spicker.Together with their five children, the family
About this unmarked cemetery we can tell many stories, but at the end of 2020 a new story was added. The area of the Königsberg
The project “Jewish families from Königsberg, today Kaliningrad2, which we started in the genealogist network Geni.com, has now recorded over 1.100 profiles! 31 people are
We are pleased to announce that thanks to the cooperation of Ralph Salinger in Israel (JewishVilkaviskis.org) and Michael Leiserowitz from the Association of Jews in East Prussia, another source has been added to the database “Jews in Königsberg”. It will one day become the basis for an information centre on Jews in Königsberg.
Meanwhile there are more fascinating sites to find the fate of individual persons. You can also search by address – Who all lived at a