Eve Line Blum-Cherchevsky cites several books by local historians (Dordogne, Charente-Maritime) containing information about deportees and Shoah victims that is not available at the Departement Archive. In another section, she tells how she traced a family Greif deported in convoys 71 and 73 to Auschwitz thanks to several linked Internet correspondents..
Eliane Roos Schuhl analyzes the Schwindratzheim (Northern Alsace) Memorbuch of 1786. The original manuscript is kept at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America in New York. She identifies the copyists and the sponsor, Nephtali Hirtzel Jacob.
Philippe Danan gives the list of the 148 Jews paying the wool tax in Algiers in 1832 as published in the Moniteur Algérien in one of its March 1832 issue. This tax was levied on the indigenous Jews and Muslims. The amount of the taxes sheds a light on the economic situation of the Jewish community at the time.