How did conflict change the way that artificial limbs were manufactured?
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International Volunteer Day is the perfect time to celebrate the efforts that inspired our new exhibition.
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In November 2023 we published 17.4 million historical records from 36 historical record collections from Australia, Belgium, the Channel Islands, England, France, Germany, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States. The records include obituaries, marriages, court records, deaths, tax registrations, births, census registers, and emigration records. Some of the collections also include images. Search them […]
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As the holiday season swings into full gear, there’s no better time to find that perfect, meaningful gift for your loved ones. And what could be more special than the gift of discovery? This Cyber Monday, MyHeritage is thrilled to announce an unbeatable deal on our DNA kits — they’re available now at the lowest […]
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As we approach the holiday season, it’s fascinating to look back at how the tradition of gift-giving has evolved over the years. The MyHeritage Research team has delved into a century’s worth of holiday ads in our vast collection of nearly 20 billion historical records to reveal some startling differences in the kinds of presents […]
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Born 1997 in Antwerp, Belgium, to a 19-year-old mother, Yentl Coeck’s early life was marked by a great deal of uncertainty. She grew up in and out of foster care, living part of the time with her mother’s parents. “My mother was very young, and decided not to give me up for adoption, yet she […]
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When Penny Fox of Vancouver, Canada received a MyHeritage DNA kit for her 64th birthday, she couldn’t have imagined what a tremendous gift it would turn out to be. After a lifetime of searching for information about her birth family, the DNA test turned out to be the final piece of the puzzle that not […]
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Conservator Camilla Camus-Doughan showcases how she opened envelopes that had been sealed for centuries.
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Hadar Hen had stopped believing it could happen. She had been searching for him for decades, dreaming of the moment she would finally find him and he would explain why he had left and never come back. But after years of searching for her birth father, she found nothing but disappointment. When she turned to […]
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No need to wait until Black Friday to start your journey into the past. Get your MyHeritage DNA kit at an unbeatable price with our Early Black Friday Deal! This Early Black Friday, we’re offering an exclusive package that’s too good to pass up. For just $36 per kit, you can embark on an incredible […]
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