Extractions from ship passenger lists entering the United States of immigrants from the Banat (region in present-day Romania, Hungary, and Serbia). Very extensive and informative with lots of background information about the Banat, language, names, etc.
Keeping you up-to-date on all the happenings at Hungary Exchange. The Official Blog of Hungary Exchange is filled with updates, information and tips to aid you in your Hungarian genealogical research. Blog by Nick Gombash.
The Ukrainian DNA Project's aim is to determine haplogroup distribution, for both direct paternal (Y-DNA) and maternal (mtDNA) lineages, in ethnic Ukrainian population in various periods of history of Ukraine (from ancient times to now) and provide help to Ukrainian genealogists.
Irek Jaworniciki is looking for former residents/descendants of ULUCZ. An announcement in a publication of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA reads: "Attention former residents of the village Ulucz, present day Poland, and their descendants. Please help us build the web site and create the monography of the Ukrainian village Ulucz, whose residents were forcibly resettled in 1947 as a result of 'Akcja Wisla'. Email us your memories, articles, old photographs and interesting stories about Ulucz.
"The region of Volhynia -- in German, Wolhynien -- is in the northwest corner of Ukraine, west of Kyiv. It borders Poland to the west and Belarus to the north. Volhynia was the name of an administrative district, called a gubernia, before the Russian Revolution. Major cities include Zhitomir, Rowno and Lutsk. In the mid-1800s many Germans settled in Volhynia. This site will help you to research their ancestry."