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=== [http://www.genealogy.net/ Genealogy.net] - a fabulous resource! ===
Genealogy.net, the Web site of the German Society for Computer Genealogy, provides many different resources for the family historian. Available tools include a gazetteer of the German Empire, a genealogical Wiki, a digital library, lineage-linked town genealogies, a literature data base, various name data bases, links to mailing lists, and a monthly newsletter. Most projects are on-going and welcome volunteers and contributors. Free registration is required to participate.
==== German language helps <br> ====
GERMAN LANGUAGE HELPSThis is a German-language Web site. Systematic presentation allows the use of electronic translators such as Google Translate, with reasonable success. The Web browser Google Chrome will recognize the German language and will offer to translate it. Google Translate can be accessed in other browsers by typing “translate.google.com” into a new tab. First choose the “from” and “to” languages. Then the Web address or text can be pasted into the translation box. Translations will be very literal, word for word, and are therefore not suitable for use in correspondence. To see the original text, hover over a word or phrase with the mouse.
This is a A good German-language Web site. Systematic presentation allows the use of electronic translators such as Google Translate, with reasonable success. The Web browser Google Chrome will recognize the German language and will offer to translate it. Google Translate can be accessed in other browsers by typing “translate.google.com” into a new tab. First choose the “from” and “to” languages. Then the Web address or text can be pasted into the translation boxEnglish dictionary is available at http://www. Translations will be very literal, word for word, and are therefore not suitable for use in correspondenceleo. To see the original text, hover over a word or phrase with the mouseorg/ .
A good German- English dictionary is available at http://www.leo.org/ . Searches on genealogy.net are very specific and will vary depending on the use of diacritical marks, hyphens, or spaces. Numeric codes can be used to enter diacritics:
Letter Use Letter Use<br>Ä &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Alt + 142 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;ä &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Alt + 132<br>Ö &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Alt + 153 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;ö &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Alt + 148<br>Ü &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Alt + 154 &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;ü &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Alt + 129<br>ß (= ss) Alt + 0223
An English-language homepage is found at http://www.genealogy.net/genealogy. However, most of the tabs lead to German-language pages. The English home page includes an additional tab: “emigration”, but not all of the new databases are represented in that view.
==== Meta Search ====
The meta-search feature enables the user to search several databases at once, including submitted genealogies, village lineage books, address books, society databases, and others. Both the search and results screens show the sources searched. Surname- and place searches can be done separately or combined.
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