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There are thousands of links to various aspects of Poland and the study of
genealogy stemming from Poland. Below find some that may be of
assistance. While we haven't reviewed all of them, we
have used some of them or they have either been brought to our attention.
To submit a link, use our Feedback page.
We'll try and categorise them, but as you can imagine some sites will overlap
or just not fit neatly into the category. Also please note that we do not
take any responsibility for content of any site we link to below.
Are categories are (and you can jump to them by clicking on name) -
(All links will create a new window so you can return to us
|Podkarpackie Province specifically
|Family Trees that have parts in the
|Poland - General Geography & Genealogy
- Poland - includes links to maps, culture and history as well as
translation & general genealogy links.
List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet - Poland / Polska - A resource
of hundreds of links in over 15 categories.
Catholic Dioceses in Poland - Listing of all diocese with formal
address, e-mail and web sites where available.
Surnames - A site devoted to those researching genealogy in the former
historical borders of Poland including Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus,
Ukraine, Moldova, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Moravia, Hungary, Russia, the
Balkans, and East Prussia.
History of Polish Surnames - The 10-volume, 6000+ page "Slownik Nazwisk"
(History of Polish Surnames) by Rymut is now online! It's in Polish, but if
you use the
translation site (mentioned on Czarnik SRC - Poland), you get a pretty
good translation into English (or most other languages).
|One hint, if you need to use a diacritic on a letter in
spelling a surname to look up and can't, use an * or ? symbol instead. The
"Szukaj" button means "search".
Address and Phone Directories
A Question of Honor
While a book, rather than the traditional web
site resource, we understand it to be historically accurate and maybe of
some value. The link takes you to Amazon.com where you can purchase
after reading more. Briefly ...
After the Nazis invaded their country in 1939, a group
of Polish fighter pilots made their way to England to fight the Germans.
They recorded one of the best records against the Luftwaffe and made a
major contribution to winning World War II. Authors Lynne Olson and
Stanley Cloud tell this overlooked story in their book – "A Question of
|Polish Resources being sought
|Polish / English / Polish dictionary being sought for Palm (Handheld)
|We have found this group of professional genealogical
researchers helpful, particularly
Natalie Cottrill. And
while we must formally say "Tovegin, PolandGenWeb and WorldGenWeb does not
support or endorse ProGenealogists", we are sure you will find them helpful
with a variety of services, not least of which is travelling to
international destinations, including Poland for direct research!
page created: 8 June, 2002. Last updated:
04 September, 2007 11:17:02 +1000