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The Genealogical project includes next fields:

  • Genealogy reconstruction for Jewish and non-Jewish families that have ever lived in the territories of the Russian Empire, Austria-Hungary (Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, Hungary and Austria), the Soviet Union, Israel and USA from the late 20th down to the early 18th century.

  • Tracking down1930-50s political repression victims’ destinies; receiving the archival investigation files’ copies from the KGB archives.

  • Tracking down the destinies of World War II and other military events participants: deaths and burial places, including Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic and Germany; injuries and awards; prisoners of war; military tribunal; postwar military service; officers’ dossiers, including the officers of the Russian Army in 1811 – 1917.

  • Receiving the evacuation certificates from the Red Cross archives, and local archives of the Volga Region, the Urals, Siberia, Central Asia and the Caucasus.

  • Finding vacant successions in the former Soviet Union, Europe, Israel and USA.

  • Finding vacant successions heirs.

  • Finding long lost living relatives around the world, if the relationship was broken within the 20th century.