Hungarian Jewish Roots is a professional genealogy company that charges a fee for Hungarian genealogy research.  They will search censuses, vital records, go to cemeteries to check old gravestones, go through old books and newspapers in libraries, locate living relatives, draw up family trees, and more. They also provide an initial consultation and pre-check to give you an idea what it will be possible to find.

“Hungarian Jewish Roots provides all kinds of research that are helpful when trying to find anything about your ancestors and other relatives. If you wish us to prepare your complete family tree with both your maternal and paternal ancestors we are the right partners for you. Just the same if you only want us to take a picture of a building that once belonged to your great-grandparents – we are happy to assist you in it, too. We always start our research by checking the Jewish and state birth, marriage and death records.”

“In Hungary, which was part of the Austrian empire, Jews spoke three languages in their everyday life. Yiddish among themselves, Hungarian when talking to their neighbours and Austrian in front of the authorities. When it came to record a Jewish birth, marriage or death all three languages were used. And this resulted in using different names for the same person – Moise in Hebrew, Mór in Hungarian and Moses in German referred to the very same person. Certainly it is easy to see the connection between Moise, Mór and Moses. But it is not always so. Sometimes these names do not correspond to each other at all – Alois and Lazar do not sound similar, do not look similar and still they were used by the same man.”

Pricing

You can contact them for pricing information and their site includes a searchable database you can try.

Online Nevek Database

They have a free database you can search but in order to access all the information in the database you’ll need to pay a subscription fee. “The database consists of names of Hungarian Jews found in early publications, such as the ones listed bellow. There are now more than 10,000 names in the Nevek database and we are continuously adding more information. This database contains information found in the respective resources for a certain person, such as birth, marriage, death and occupation. If the original source contains more information, such as family links, this would also be part of the database.”

Database Subscription is $20 (US) for 100 records; one person is one record.

 

Resources they regularly use

Yearbook of the National Jewish Rabbinical Seminary
Jeshivas in Hungary
History of the Jews in Kisvárda
History of the Jews in Hajdú-Buhar county
Jews of Újfehértó
Remembering the Jewish citizenry of Szeged
The synagogues of Szeged and …
History of the Jews in Pápa
Letters from Nagyvárad
The laid table of the Jews in Munkács
The Jews of Hódmezővásárhely 1740-1993
Jews of Várad
Jews in the “Duna-Tisza-köz” region
History of the Jews in Szolnok
The Jewry in the centuries of Hungarian civilization
History of the Jews in Erdély
History of the Jewish community in Dunaszerdahely
Documents of the persecution of the Jews
On the 50th anniversary of the Holocaust in Debrecen
The Jews in Gyula and the Holocaust
The history of the Jews in Keszthely, 1699-2005
Denominational administrative map of Hungary
Eleven years’ of work and struggle – report on the working of the Jewish community of Pest 1929-1941
Constitutions of the Aut. Orthodox Jewish Community of Karcag
Constitutions of the Jewish Denominational Workers’ National Association
Constitutions of the Jewish Community of Pécs
Consitutions of the Jewish Chevra Kadisha of Kisvárda
Service and disciplinary regulations of the workers of the Jewish community of Pest
Draft constitution of the Jewish community of Pécs
Constitutions of the Autonom Orthodox Jewish Community of Karcag, as a registry district
Constitutions of the Jewish Women’s Association of Győr
Constitutions of the Autonom Orthodox Jewish Community of Sajószentpéter, as a registry district
100 years history of the elementary boys’ and girls’ school “Kaesztenbaum” of the Statusquo Jewish Community of Sátoraljaújhely between 1838 and 1938 and it notifications of the year 1937/38
Constitutions of the Statusquo Ante Jewish Community of Debrecen
Constitutions of the Jewish Mutual Association (Maszkil el Dal) of Kispest
Constitutions of the Jewish Saint and Gracious Charitable Association Chevra Kadisha of Békéscsaba
Constitutions of the National Union of the Hungarian Jewish Women’s Associations
Constitutions of the Congress Jewish Community of Körmend
Constitutions of the Jewish Community of Pest
Jewish books, Jewish fates
Five villages
Jews in Barcs – the inner and outer background of the Holocaust
Yearbook of the National Jewish Rabbinical Seminary, 1991-1995
The first- and surnames of the Hungarian Jewry until the decree by Joseph II.
History of the Jewish community in Győr, 1930-1947
What happened last year 5698 from the report by the Peel Committee to the Evian Regulations
Modified draft constitutions of the Jewish Community of Pest
8 years of work, report of the Jewish Community of Pest, 1929-1937
Laws of the Jewish Community of Pestszenterzsébet
On the 100th anniversary of the death of R. Eger Akiba
History, seven decades of the National Jewish Teaching Association 1866-1936
History of the dr. Lajos Venetianer Jewish Public Civilization Association 1897-1937
On the 25th Anniversary of the working of the “Fillér”-Association of the Jewish Community of Csorna
Modified constitutions of the Autonom Orthodox Jewish Community of Derecske, as a registry district
Guideline and draft curriculum of religion teaching in the 11th denominational district of the Jewish community
History and 25 years’ of work of the Weiss Alice Puerperal Home of the Jewish Community Women’s Association of Pest
Constitutions of the Jewish Saint Association “Chevra Kadisha” of Baja
Draft district regulations, Jewish Community of Budapest
History of the Jewish community in Szentes
Memorial pages on the gala general assembly meeting and gala service held at the 25th Anniversary of the Charitable Association of the Jewish Community of Lippa, 1880-1905
Voluntary orphanage of the Jewish Community of Budapest
History of the Jewish community in Pécs
Guideline of Jewish religion teaching in the elementary school
Members of the Jewish Community of Chevra Kadisha of Buda, who are entitled to vote, May 1918
Notification of the Jewish Community of Buda, 1910-1939
Notification of the Jewish Community of Óbuda
Jewish Life in Miskolc, Autonom Orthodox Jewish Community of Miskolc
Notifications of the Jewish Community of Buda
Jewish schooling notification, Bulletin of the National Hungarian Jewish Teachers’ Association, 1885-1944
Notification of the National Hungarian Jewish Teachers’ Association, 1881-1885
Notification of the Hungarian Jewish National Teachers’ Association, 1881-1885
History of the Jewish community in Tokaj
Journal of the Hungarian Jewish clerks of the Community, 1939-1944
Notification of the 22nd Jewish Community district, Szeged
Our voice, Publication of the secondary school student organisations of the Jewish Community of Buda
Szinaj, Notification of the Orthodox Jewish Youth Associations
“Diákszó (Word of Student)”, official journal of the National Associatino of the Hungarian Jewish University and College Students
Notification of the 11th (Székesfehérvár) and 12nd (Győr) Jewish Community districts
Notification of the 11th Jewish Community district
Comunity life, Aréna út synagogue of the Jewish Community of Pest
Notification of the Hungarian Jewish University and College Students’ National Association
Notification of the Jewish Community of Kőbánya
Notification of Tiferesz Bachurim Orthodox Jewish Youth Association
New mond, notification of the Jewish Community of Kispest-Pestszentlőrinc
Jewish Community school paper
Jewish papers
Jewish Hungarian public teacher
Jewish public paper
Jewish school controller, journal of public teaching
Notification of the Jewish Community of Óbuda
Journal of the Jewish community clerks, weekly paper representing the ineterests of all Jewish community emlpoyees
Hungarian Jew
The Jewish community clerk, Bulletin of the National Association of the Hungarian Jewish Community Clerks
Jewish bulletin
Szombat newspaper, Jewish denominational, social and literary journal, Miskolc
Siebenbürger Jew
History of the Jewish public school of Hódmezővásárhely
…let lucidity be! Yitzkor book on the 150th anniversary of the Jewish community of Kiskunhalas
Yitzkor book of the Jewish community of Mezőkövesd and its surroundings
Victims of the Mezőkövesd Jewish community, 1944-1945
Publications of the Jewish Hungarian Literary Association
History of the Ignác Goldzieher Jewish Public Ground School, 1842-1943
Social caretaking of elderly people and the activity of the Jewish Community
Jewish public schools in Vas county in the 1860’s
The school of commerce of the Jewish community of Nagykanizsa, 1891-1932
Jewish denominational life in Hungary from the Holocaust to the eighties, 1945-1983
Data on the history of the Orthodox and Neolog public school of the Jewish community of Sárvár
Hungarian Jewish Artisan and Agricultural Association, documents 1842-1949
The history of the Jews in Keszthely, 1699-1999
Jewish Community: Protocol taken at the meeting of the Presindents of the Jewish Community districts, held in Budapest on 17th Nov 1924
“With ancient faith and honor for the homeland” OMIKE: National Hungarian Jewish Public Civilization Association, assorted documents: 1909-1944
History of the Jewish Civil Boys’ School of Pápa, 1899-1929
Two documents on the start of the Jewish school of Sátoraljaújhely in the reform ages
The Jewish school found and the Jewish elementary school of Zala county in the middle of the 19th century
History of the Jews in Szolnok, 1840-1944
Remember! Yitzkor book on the 50th anniversary of the deportation of the Jews of Pécs-Baranya
Jewish schooling in Hungary, 1780-1850
In the network of friendly connections, first and second generation of the Hungarian Jewish immigarnts in Buenos Aires: integration strategy and identification
A Hungarian Jewish citizen of Sátoraljaújhely: dr. Albert Székely
The 35-year-old Goldmark Choir
Changes in the spatial settling down of the Jews in Budapest between 1870 and 2000
Jewish students on the secondary school market of Budapest before and after 1945
Defending the faith, publication of the Hungarian Jewish Review
Salom haver, Antology of the Hungarian chess players of Jewish origins
Boom and drop of the Jewish community of Dés
On new paths: 12 articles on the Jewish denominational reform efforts
Demands of the Jewish Nation the Jewish peace programme
Jewish mirror
Hungarian Jewish national work camp, Szeged
Report of the National Hungarian Jewish Museum
The Jewish child and the Jewish school, report on the schooling exhibition
Bar kochba, book of the Jewish youth
Hundred years ago the first Hungarian-Jewish writer generation
National Hungarian Jewish Helping Action
What will happen to our child? Jewish School association of Munkács, Kárpátalja
Seven pillars, centenary of the Jewish Women’s association of Szeged
Statistics of the Congress Jewish Communities
Questions of the Jewish fate and the 20th Zionist Conference
Monography on the Hungarian-Jewish elementary and civil schools
Jewish almanach, Miskolc, 5691
A Hungarian Jewish reporter in the 7-year-war
Yitzkor book of the Jewry of Derencske and surroundings
History of the Jewish community of Rákospalota
Miksa Pollák and the Hungarian Jewish History Art
On the works of the historian Sándor Büchler
On the works of the literary Sándor Büchler
Data to the history of the Hunagrain Jews in the Middle-Ages
The Jews of Kőszeg
Data on the history of the Jews of the “Hajdú-cities”
Demography of the Jews of Pest county and Pest-Buda, 1749-1846
The Jewish cemetery in Balatonfüred
Hope lives, The perspectives of the Jewish future, 5th International conference of Debrecen and its foreign brother Jewish communities, 23-25 May 2003, Debrecen
Buletin, Publication by the students graduated in 1938 of “Dr. Lipót Kecskeméti”Jewish Lycee in Nagyvárad
Old Jewish doctors and hospitals in Hungary
Yitzkor book of Makó on the 60th anniversary of the Holocaust
Bulletin of the Jewish Community of Arad, 1939
Remember! The history of the Jews on Hajdú-Bihar county until present days
Names, Debrecen
Jewish forced labour in the Holocaust years
The Hungarian Jewish forced labour
The Jewish intellectuals before the Holocaust
Jewish settlements in Slovakia
Jewish Hungarians in Szeged, Lipót Lőw and Immánuel Lőw
Members’ notification of the New Jiszráél Keren Hajeszod – Jewish Country Building Found
Jewish newspaper, Košice
Jewish word, Košice
Jewish life, Budapest, 1933, denominational weekly journal
Tov, Jewish student newspaper, “Kiáltás (Cry)” Foundation
Our folk, Oradea, Jewish weekly paper, 1929
New hope Jewish newspaper of the youth
Hope Jewish journal of the youth
Hungarian Jewish almanach
Jewish review Jewish weekly paper
Orthodox Jewish life, weekly journal of the Association of the Orthodox Jews Originated from Greater Hungary
New way, democratic Jewish weekly paper, Cluj-Napoca
Love Jewish newspaper of the youth
Orthodox Jewish newspaper
Free Jewish life in Újpest
Hungarian Jewry
Jewish life in Újpest
Jewish life in Alsó-Dunántúl, social journal
Jewish journals of the Jewish community
Jewish unity
Jewish future Satu Mare
Jewish review, Miskolc
Jewish public paper, debrecen
Journal of the Hungarian-Jewish teachers
Jewish denominational life, literary and social journal, Szolnok
Jewish future Budapest
Jewish tomorrow
Jewish review, Budapest
Jewish student
Jewish newspaper Budapest
Szombat, Jewish social, art, literary weekly paper, Subotica
Equality, Jewish literary, art, social journal with pictures
Szombat, Jewish social and literary weekly paper for the cultivation of the Hungarian literature, science, art and critics of Jewish origin
Future, Jewish montly journal, Nagyvárad
Notifications of the Jewish Council of Kassa
Jewish public paper, Ungvár
Hungarian Jew
Guard of Israel, the social and literary weekly journal of the Jewish youth
Our future, Jewish social weekly journal
Jewish community life
Jewish life Budapest
Autonomy, Jewish denominational, social, political paper, Szabadka
Hungarian Jewish woman
Izráel, Jewish denominational journal, Vágújhely
Journal of the Hungarian Jewish youth
Szombat newspaper, Jewish religious, denominational, social and public civilization paper
Jewish public life, Budapest
The role of the Jewry in civilization of Veszprém, studies
Hungarian Jewish public school, Nyitra
Hungarian Jew, National Jewish denominational and social journal
Hungarian Jew, denominational weekly paper
Jewish news
Road to freedom! History of helping Jewish refugees in the Holocaust: Transsylvania, 1936-1944
Jewish road, published by Hasomér Hacair and Borochow Kör
Jewish respects of the 1848-49 revolution
History of the Jewish schools in Csallóköz and Mátyusföld, 1845-1945
Ghetto-Hungary, documents of the Central Jewish council, 1944
Fate of the Jewish community under the communist regime
Jewish university students from Hungary on German ground, 1789/1919
Jewish persons of the art life getting civilized in Budapest
Review of the documents with Jewish references in the Zenta Historical Archives
Fragment, study and remembrance of the tragedy of the Jewry in Veszprém city and county, 1944-1945
Chapters of the history of the Jewish community of Veszprém
Jewish schooling in the decades after the unification of the capital
Drape of fog, notes of a Jewish burgeois, 1940-1944
Famous Jewish women
Life relations in the Jewish-Christian marriages in the Bánát (1896-1941)
Remembering Dávid Kaufmann (1852-1899)
New east, Jewish political weekly review, Kolozsvár
Jewish community news, monthly journal of the Jewish community of Komárom
From the brick fabric to the cattle train, history of the Jewish population of Kolozsvár
Memory snatches of the Jewish community of Sárospatak before the Holocaust
Lexicon of the famous Hungarian doctors
Gendarmes, civil servants, Jews, assorted studies from the history of the Hungarian Holocaust, Szeged
Hungarians in the Austrian Lager-Empire of the SS
Enterprises of the Jewish bourgeoisie of Szeged in the second half of the 19th century
The privilige letter of the Jewish community of Lovasberény dated 1798
Jewish lessees and merchants in Kiskundorozsma in the reform ages
Jewish families in Szeged in the 19th century
Jewish craftsmen in the Hungarian cities before 1848
Jewish intellectual life in Hungary after 1945
Jewish intellectual life in the Hunary of the 20’s and 30’s
History of the Jews in Tolna county until 1867
The Old synagogue in Sopron
Tear off the yellow stern Interviews about the Jewish resistance in Budapest in 1944
Hidden hear, Jewish cemeteries in Tokaj-hegyalja
Do we know them? Lexicon of the famous Hungarians of Jewish origin
Final split – the fall-out of the Orthodoxy from the Jewish communities in Hungary and Germany
The Hungarian literature of the Jewish problem, the role of the Jewry in the Hungarian intellectual life with the list oif writers of Jewish origin (NEW EDITION)
Hungarian Jewish families (NEW EDITION)
The status of the Hungarian minority in the army of the monarchy
Jewish schooling in Hungary, 1780-1980
List of the books with Jewish reference in commercial circulation
Jewish community organisation in Hungary in 1944
The Hungarian revolution of 1848 and the Jews, four lists of Jewish soldiers (NEW EDITION)
History of the National Committee of attending the Hungarian Jewish deportees
Jewish entrepreneurs on the territory of the manor of the archbishop of Kalocsa in the late feudalism
Hungarian – Jewish history of intellectual from the reform ages to the Holocaust (NEW EDITION)
The Jewish primary school in Kecskemét (1840-1877)
To the History of the Jewish secondary schools (1919-1944)
History of the Jewish schooling in Hungary, academic conference, 1994 Budapest
Village and filed city Jewish midwifes in Hungary (18th and 19th century)
The Jewish population of Fejér county in the first half of the 19th century
The Jewish community of Pápa and its local government, 1748-1848
Jewish settlements in West-Hungary (Burgenland)
Jewish soldiers in the army
Overview of the documents with Jewish reference in the Hungarian archives, based on the references published by the archives
Mosaics from the life of the Jewish associations in Tolna
History of the Jewish Boys’- and Girls’ Secondary School, published by the Anna Frank Gimnázium on the 75th anniversary of the school
“…tell your sons…” chronics of the Jews of Simontornya
Jewish schools in Baja
Burial customs among the Pécs-Baranya Jewry in the dualism times
Remembering the Jews of Mád
Role of the Jewry in the society of Kaposvár, Jews in the life of Kaposvár from the turn of the century until 1938
Accomodation and adaptation, settlement of the Jews in Moson in the 19th century, their dwelling integration and their role in the local small handcraft and commerce
The fate of the Jews of Transsylvania after the second world war, 1945-1948
The economic destruction of the jews of Zala county
History of the Jews of Lőrinc part 1: settlement
Győr Holocaust papers
Memorial book of the Jewish community in Sátoraljaújhly
History of the Jews of Győr, special focus on the Holocaust, documents
Humans in inhumanity, remembering the Jewry of Kunhegyes and the victims of the Holocaust
Destruction of the Jews of Nyíregyháza, list of resources
History of the Jews of Érsekújvár
Assimilation efforts and civilization of the Jews in Pápa, 1600-1944
The Hungarian Jewry and the Holocaust
Holocaust, 1944-2004 remember!
Road to Auschwitz
…Staying Jew and being Hungarian… Mosaics of the history of Jews of Szombathely
The role of the Jews in the commerce of Szombathely in the first half of the 19th century
Jews of Kaposvár in the Holocaust
Chapters from the history of the Jews of Kisbér
Chronicle of the Jews of Hatvan
The new way of the Hungarian Jewry, statement of the Hungarian Zionist Association
Present and the past of the Jews of Veszprém
Common vocation of Hungarians and Jews along the Duna-Tisza
Data on the ecomonic history of the Jews in Pozsony in the late Middle Ages
History of the Jews of Tatatóváros
100 years Anniversary Book of the Jews of Sarkad, 1837-1937
Sketches from the history of the Jews of Győr
Remember Szatmár! Yitzkor book of the Jews of Szatmár
City of yesterday, Yitzkor book of the Jews of Nagyvárad
Yitzkor book of the Jews of Kolozsvár
History of the Jews of Újpest
Yitzkor book of the Jews of Pápa, remembering the Jewish martyrs of Pápa and surrondings
The Tzadik of Kálló and the history of the Jews of Nagykálló
On the 25th anniversary of the nazi persecution of the Hungarian Jewry
Tell the story of what happened! Documents, studies, narrations, recollections of the Hungarian Holocaust
History of the Jews of Zenta
Resources in the archives about the history of the Jews in Zala county, 1716-1849
Coexistence and exclusion, Jews in the society of Zala county, 1919-1945
Remember! Selected recources from the archives to the history of persecution of the Hungarian Jewry, 1938-1945
My life as a present, notes of a 16-year-old girl from Auschwitz
Hatikva, Journal of the Hungarian speaking in South-America
Resources in the archives about the history of the Jews in Békés county, documents from the Békés County Archives
Jewry of Szatmárnémet
Jewry in Kisvárda
100 years of the Jews of Vámosmikola
Hebrew resources to the history of Hungary and the Hungarian Jewry from the beginnings to 1686
Menorah, Jpurnal of the Hungarian Jewry in North-America, Toronto
Hungarian-Jewish review
Central Notification of the Hungarian Jewish World Union, NY
The destruction of the Jews of Bonyhád in 1944
Journal of veterans, Hungarian Jewish Association of Defending the Faith
Jewry in Nagykőrös, 17-20th century
Jews on the manor of the Esterházy family in Tata
The tragedy of the Jews of Székesfehérvár and of Fejér county, 1938-1944
History of the Jews in Gyöngyös from the Middle Ages to the Holocaust
Who saw them? Data on the history of the Jews of Hajdúhadháza
About the social history of the Hungarian Jewry in the 18-19th century
The exclusion of the Jews in Hungary during the German occupation
The rule of the Jewry in the 1848-49 revolution
The situation of the Jewry under the “Kings from mixed houses” in Hungary
The Jewry in Central-Eastern-Europe at the turn of the first millenium
The Jewry in the early Árpád-ages, religious relations in the Hungarian society, 861-1251
Some peculiarities of the social- and spatial structure of the Hungarian Jewry in the dualism
Jews in the society of Nagykőrös
Extracts to the examination of the Jews of Nagydobos
History of the Jews of Mohács
History of the Jews of Heves county from the 17th century to the Holocaust
New horizont the only Hungarian-Jewish monthly in USA
Hope, Literary, cultural and social Jewish journal, Tel-Aviv
Newyorker observer, voice of the American Hungarian Jewry, information
News, Association of the Hungarian Jews in England
Complete history of the Jews of Nagysálló
Jews in Lendva
History of the Jews of Ógyalla-Hurbanovo
History and gallery of the Jews of Kassa
The one how is remembered, is alive. Trageday of the Jews of Dunaszerdahely. Assorted documents of the international conference
Some aspects of the economic and social structure of the Jews of Sátoraljeújhely in the dualism
Sample from the 18th century history of Kecskemét: the society in the field city and the Jews
Jews of Szeged and the parliamentary elections in 1920
Residential segregation of the Jews of Budapest in the period of capitalist modernisation, 1867-1941
The situation of the Baranya-Pécs Jews from the first Jewish law to the deportation, 1938-1944
History of the Jews of Gyöngyös
The wandering movement of the Hungarian Jewry after the Holocaust
Some peculiarities of the moving into towns and economic occupation of the Jews in North, North-East Hungary
Urban Jewry in North-East, East-Hungary, comparison study of the economic and social history of the Jews in Miskolc, Kassa, Nagyvárad, Szatmárnémeti, Sátoraljaújhely
Sketches from the history of the Jews of Kárpátalja
Resources in the archives about the history of the Jews of Hajdú-Bihar county
Role of the jewry in the Hungarian civil development (19-20th century) – conference material of the conference held on 12 May 1995 in Esztergom
The ark and its passengers, Jewry and Christianity, history and remembrance
Data on the history of the Jews in Körmend
Data on the life and nutrition customs of the Jews in Mátészalka
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Tolna
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Baranya
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Pest-Pilis-Kiskun
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Győr-Sopron
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Bács-Kiskun
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Somogy
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Fejér
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Komárom-Esztergom
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Hajdú-Bihar
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Vas
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Csongrád
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Békés
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Veszprém
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Nógrád
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Zala
Documents of the history of the persecution of the Jewry: documents in the County Archives of Heves
Jewry in the journal “Somogy tükre (Mirror of Somogy)”, 1866-1890
Sketches from the history and role of the Jews of Tapolca in the life of the town based on the research and notes of Dénes Mayer
History and demography of the Jews of Tiszafüred
Remember the victims! Holocaust of the Jews of Budapest, 1944
Coexistence, the role of the Jewry in the 1790-1918 history of Hungary
Jewry in the Duna-Tisza-köz in the 19th century, modernisation, accomodation, tension
History of the Jews of Esztergom-Szenttamás at the time of the building of the Basilica
Jewry in Sopron
Jewry in Hungary, 1526-1945
Conflicts of the Jewry and its environment in the Duna-Tisza-köz, with reference to some examples from the 18-19th century
Jewish Review, Munkachevo
Jewish lycee newspaper, Temesvár
Israeli courier, independent reveiw
Israeli courier, independent reveiw
Szombat, Journal of the Hungarian Jewish Cultural Association, Budapest
Report by Samu Sebők on the Archives of the Jewish Community of Zalaegerszeg
Remembering the passing of Dr. Béla Konrád, president of the Jewish community, 17. January 1941, Nagyvárad
Association of the old students of the Jewish girls’ school of Debrecen
Remembering Chief Rabbi Lajos Seltmann, Hódmezővásárhely
Jewish associations in Székesfehérvár in the dualism
Serfs and Jewish population on the estates of the chapter and episcopate of Veszprém in the 18-19th century

 

 

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