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Recent Posts

IGRA releases additional databases

IGRA releases additional databases

IGRA invites you to check our databases again! In this release we have added over 15,000 records! Pl[...]
Webinar on the IGRA Immigration Collection - Sunday, November 6

Webinar on the IGRA Immigration Collection - Sunday, November 6

IGRA has a wide variety of records in its collection. One of the major categories are those database[...]
Finding My Cousin Zara, by Eli Rabinowitz

Finding My Cousin Zara, by Eli Rabinowitz

I met my first cousin Zara [Zara Zeldin Smushkovich], known to us as Sofka, in late 1975 on Kibbutz [...]
אירוע חשון השנתי - הרשמה פתוחה עכשו

אירוע חשון השנתי - הרשמה פתוחה עכשו

באירוע הזה יהיו הרצאות בעברית ובאנגלית This event has lectures in both Hebrew and English (for a de[...]
Annual Heshvan Event – Registration Open

Annual Heshvan Event – Registration Open

(This event has lectures in both Hebrew and English. .באירוע הזה יהיו הרצאות בעברית ובאנגלית) In [...]
Additional Material Available on the AID

Additional Material Available on the AID

The AID (All Israel Databases) has grown again and now contains over 830,000 records! Some of the[...]
Shimon Peres in the All Israel Database

Shimon Peres in the All Israel Database

Sadly this week former Israeli President and Prime Minister Shimon Peres passed away. Many parts [...]
Aggressively and Strategically Breaking through the Brick Wall, by Dennis Weiner

Aggressively and Strategically Breaking through the Brick Wall, by Dennis Weiner

The majority readers of this article are relatively well experienced genealogists so there will be n[...]

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