Knaphaais, Moises and Wolf Bresler. Album de Oro: 100 Years of Jewish Life in Argentina. Buenos Aires, 1973. (AJHS)
Yiddish Title “Goldener Bukh fun Yidishn Argentine.” This is a collection of articles, mostly in Yiddish with a few in Spanish, about the Jews of Argentina, published to commemorate the 100th year of Jewish settlement in Argentina. Most of the articles are biographical, but a few are about companies or Jewish institutions. Includes a name index.
Bersten, Helen. Jewish Sydney: The First Hundred Years, 1788-1888. Sydney: The Australian Jewish Historical Society, Inc. 1995. (TE)
Rosenberg, Louise. Of Folktales and Jewish Folk in Australian History. Melbourne, Australia: Printworthy, 2004. (AJHS)
Schwarz, Tess. The First of Forty Families. Victoria, Australia: Makor Jewish Community Library, 2001. (TE)
An account of Tess Schwarz’s family’s escape from Russia and how forty related families were brought to Australia as a result of their efforts.
Skyte, Thea, Randol Schoenberg and Rosemary Wenzerul, eds., A Guide to Jewish Genealogy in Germany & Austria. London: Jewish Genealogical Society of Great Britain, 2001. (TE)
Sources for vital records immigration records, Holocaust records, and other materials of interest to Jewish researchers.
Sallis, Dorit, Marek Web, editors. Jewish Documentary Sources in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus: A Preliminary List. NY: Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1996. (AJHS)
Kogan, Yefim A. Jewish Life in Bessarabia through the Lens of the Shtetl Kaushany. Master’s Thesis, Hebrew College, 2012. (TE)
Link to Jewish Life in Bessarabia…
Bourrie, Doris. Finding your Canadian Ancestors. Toronto: Heritage Productions, 2002. (TE)
Tapper, Lawrence F. Archival Sources for the Study of Canadian Jewry: 2nd ed. National Archives of Canada, 1978. [French and English texts] (AJHS)
Magosci, Paul Robert. Historical Atlas of Central Europe. Seattle: University of Washington Press, rev. ed., 2002. (TE) Shows the political boundaries, ethnic populations, industrial activity, geographic features, and religious distribution of the population in Central Europe in the period from 400 to 2000.
Patz, Naomi, and Rabbi Norman Patz. Thus We Remember: A Memorial to the Jewish Community of Dvur Kralove and the Story of One of Its Torah Scrolls. Cedar Grove, NJ: Temple Sholom of West Essex, 2005. (AJHS)