This pdf document
is a described collection of links from the Galizien
German Descendants web site that will help
you get started on your Galician German research.
Tips for the Basics of research, LDS research, Researching family in Germany, Emigration from Germany to Galicia, Researching family in Galicia, Emigration to America and Emigration back to Germany are all found on this page.
GGD has been collecting surnames and village names of Galician Germans since its founding. The link above takes you to our family surname database page.
Members have submitted detailed family trees which other members can view and print via a powerful database program.
GGD has a collection of articles and references to help you understand the Galizien Germans and their history.
This simple comment and query page allows GGD members to post requests for information and questions of interest to members. This service is available to GGD members only.
In 1939 Poland was divided between Germany and the Soviet Union as a result of the Ribbentrop-Molotov agreement. One of the terms of this agreement was that German ethnics were to be relocated from the Russian area to the German area. This database is a partialextraction of the records kept of these relocations. More information about these records including how to get original copies and how to use them is found in our help file.
Books with information about Galizien Germans and their villages.
records and Church records dealing with Galizien Germans.
Family stories that are shared with other members.
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