Carolyn Kohlman – Holocaust Research
November 12, 2023 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm EST
at Temple Emanuel (Hybrid Meeting*)
*Speaker will present in person. You may attend in person or on Zoom.
An Introduction to Holocaust Genealogical Research
If you have Ashkenazic or other European origins, you have relatives who were impacted by the Holocaust. This talk will explore the major repositories for Holocaust research, how to access these records online, and how finding both family members who perished and those who survived the Shoah can be an important tool for expanding your family research.
Carolyn Lee Kohlman is the immediate past co-President of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Boston. The main focus of her family research is in Germany, including Holocaust research. Carolyn, a retired clinical social worker, is a hospice and pastoral care volunteer when not engaged in genealogy.