How do you research in Serbia from outside the country?

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The family left Belgrade during  WW2, and ended up in Australia in 1950.

I have immigration records on the way from the National Archives, but cant find any info at all from Serbia.

Any help appriciated.

Also - if I need it, are there any serbian speakers out there who could fill in a form for me if needed??
WikiTree profile: Michael Petersen
asked in Genealogy Help by Leisa Buckmaster G2G1 (1.7k points)

2 Answers

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According to the Serbian Archives website, on the page for family history [Link] "More complete information about the origin can be found in the registers of births, marriages and deaths, which are kept in local archives."

So you would probably need an idea of where the person of interest originated.

You might also be interested in looking for resources through the Serbian Genealogy Society

answered by Rob Ton G2G6 Pilot (271k points)
If your family research involves the part of Serbia that was in Hungary, let me know.
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I can help with filling the form
answered by Jasna Lakić G2G Rookie (200 points)

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