OUR SOCIETY'S LIFE p.1-3
The origin in Metz of the Alsatian family Grotwohl : Part 2 : a single ancestor for Alsace. p.4-10
The scheme Guy WORMS developed in the previous issue of the Revue, the seducing and plausible assumption of a common ancestor to the unrelated Grotwohl families, Ephraïm, the «missing link», takes shape in this second part of the paper.
The Brunschwig of Uffholtz p.10-14
According to his personal way of scrutinizing into the utmost historical informations, Denis INGOLD describes the course of different Brunschwig families through the XVIIIth and XVIIIth centuries in the alsatian city of Uffholtz.
Once upon a time..... my family in "Little Poland" p. 15-21
Erika APFELBAUM decided to search her family in the "Petite Pologne". Starting with very few tracks, she looked after the places where her ancestors possibly have lived. Through cemeteries, houses still up, archives, with the help of a few people who knew her family, she succeeds in rebuilding the story of the past through Bochnia,Tarnow, Prezmysl…
BOOK REVIEW p.22-23
Analysis of books recently included in our Library.:
L'avocat des Juifs. Les tribulations de Yossel de Rosheim dans l'Europe de Charles Quint
Selma STERN, 1959, Translated from German with a foreword by Freddy RAPHAËL and Monique EBSTEIN
La Nuée Bleue, Strasbourg, 2008, 316 pages.
Entre Alsace et Vosges : parcours de familles juives à Gérardmer
Eric TISSERAND, with the participation of Gilles GRIVEL
Preface by Simon SCHWARZFUCHS
Gérardmer, 2008, 88 pages
Salomon, Rebecca, Numa, Chevalier et autres Bayonnais
643 p. Atlantica, 2008
The same author published in 2001 La communauté juive de Bayonne au XIXe siècle.
NEW DOCUMENTS IN OUR LIBRARY p.24
PRESS REVIEW p.25-26
QUESTIONS and ANSWERS p.27-32