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NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF AMSTERDAM - NOT JUST FOR "DUTCH" : JEWISH GENEALOGY post #1

NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF AMSTERDAM - NOT JUST FOR "DUTCH"



Wow!  Though the headings such as "research,"  "archives," or "search" are in English, English speakers will need Google Translator to go further.  As part of an effort to share culture and European and Jewish history, the National Archives of Amsterdam has plentiful resources in which you may find family history and genealogy even if you

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