Podcast host: Lisa Louise Cooke
In episode #14 of Elevenses with Lisa (my YouTube channel show) we talked about how important it is to tell our stories. Then we went through the process of creating videos about the stories in our family history.
Every family’s story dovetail with history at large. That is certainly true for Daniel Horowitz and his family.
Daniel’s family experienced the horrors of the Holocaust. Many of his relatives tragically perished, and those who survived narrowly escaped to locations around the world like Trinidad and Venezuela.
Just a few decades later, Daniel and his family were once again forced to flee unforeseen and devastating societal upheaval. He and his young family left Venezuela and made their home in Israel.
In this episode of the Genealogy Gems Podcast you’ll hear Daniel’s story and the lessons we can learn from history. You can watch the video recording of this interview here on Elevenses with Lisa.
Getting Your History Digitized
Our family’s history comes in many forms, and some of them over time can become obsolete. I shared in this episode my continuing progress on my own project of converting the rest of my old home movies that are in a variety of formats (8mm, mini DV, High 8, and VHS.) I use Larsen Digital and have been extremely pleased with the service and results. The folks at Larsen Digital have put together special and exclusive discounts for Genealogy Gems listeners and readers. Click here to learn more and receive exclusive discounts and coupon codes.
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