Holocaust and War Victims Tracing and Information Center
is a national clearinghouse for persons seeking the fates of loved
ones missing since the Holocaust and its aftermath. They assist U.S.
residents searching for proof of internment, forced/slave labor, or
evacuation from former Soviet territories on themselves or family
members. The guest was its director Linda Klein.
Local History & Genealogy
Reading Room, Library of Congress - Judith Roach talked
about what 40,000 personal genealogies, 100 local (regional including from
Germany, United Kingdom) history, and city directories that
is available in the section that she head. They could be reached by
or by calling them at 202-707-5537.
Jews of Sudan - Eli S. Malka, author of
Jacob's Children in the Land of the Mahdi, Jews of the Sudan
described the history of once flourished Jewish community in
the African interior of Sudan. Of interest to genealogists is the
detailed histories of most of the Jewish families in the Sudan as well as
an appendix listing all Jewish marriages that had occurred during the
community's existence in the Sudan. The documents for Jewish Civil Records
are in the National and University Library in Jerusalem's Department of
Manuscript, call number Heb. 4 7306/1-2. Jeffrey S. Malka, the author son
co-hosted the show with Arline Sachs.