Czech Genealogy Articles
Put your Eastern European ancestors on the map with this guide to Polish, Czech and Slovak geographic resources.
Take a look at the geographic divisions in your Eastern European ancestors' homelands.
You might be tempted to think that all geographical resources are created equal, but maps, atlases and gazetteers perform different—and equally important—roles in your genealogy research.
Stake out your forebears from Albania to Zagreb with our guide to tracing Eastern European roots.
Research your family across the pond by surfing these 57 European genealogy websites.
Need help finding family overseas? Let a local be your guide. This year’s Family Tree 40 list highlights the top blogs for tracing roots around the globe.
Review this list of the most important records for tracing your ancestors in their homeland, with tips on how to find and use them.
Success in Czech and Slovak genealogy hinges on two essential details about your ancestors. We offer tips for tracking them down.
In your Czech and Slovak ancestors' world, borders shifted and ruling powers changed, so how they identified themselves ethnically might differ from their official nationality. Use the tips to sort out such identity crises.
Brush up on the Czech words you'll frequently encounter in genealogical records.