FREE WEBINAR Tips and Tricks of Deciphering German Handwriting

Does the old German handwriting seem overwhelming? An obstacle insurmountable in your German genealogy journey? If so, it's time to learn the tips and tricks that make deciphering that script much easier! Professional German genealogy translator Katherine Schober of SK Translations will show you the tools she uses every day to make working with those scary squiggles doable - and - dare we say it - actually kind of fun.
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Frustrated with that old German handwriting? You’re not alone!

Does the old German handwriting seem overwhelming? An obstacle insurmountable in your German genealogy journey? If so, it’s time to learn the tips and tricks that make deciphering that script much easier! Professional German genealogy translator Katherine Schober of SK Translations will show you the tools she uses every day to make working with those scary squiggles doable – and – dare we say it – actually kind of fun.

Register for the FREE WEBINAR Tips and Tricks of Deciphering German Handwriting on Thursday, June 25th, 2020 with German translation expert Katherine Schober!

In this LIVE webinar, learn from professional German genealogy translator Katherine Schober:

  • How you can easily recognize certain letters in the old German handwriting
  • What those pesky abbreviations mean in historical documents
  • Spelling variations you need to know to decipher the words of your ancestors
  • Best websites to use in your work
  • Plus much more!

If you’ve missed this presentation at conferences, now’s your chance to see a good part of it!

Register for the FREE WEBINAR Tips and Tricks of Deciphering German Handwriting on Thursday, June 25th, 2020, 1:00 pm Eastern / 12:00 pm Central / 11:00 am Mountain / 10:00 am Pacific. Reserve your your seat today – limited spots available!

Register for the FREE WEBINAR Tips and Tricks of Deciphering German Handwriting on Thursday, June 25th, 2020, 1:00pm Eastern / 12:00pm Central / 11:00am Mountain / 10:00am Pacific. Reserve your your seat today - limited spots available!

About Katherine Schober

Katherine Schober is a German-English genealogy translator who has translated for both The History Channel and PBS' Finding Your Roots. She works with the old German script in letters, diaries, certificates, church records, and more, helping people like you decipher the clues to their ancestors' lives. With a Master's Degree in German coupled with a passion for history and language, Katherine truly enjoys working with the documents of the past - and knows this course will enable you to do the same!

Katherine Schober is a German-English genealogy translator who has translated for both The History Channel and PBS’ Finding Your Roots. She works with the old German script in letters, diaries, certificates, church records, and more, helping people like you decipher the clues to their ancestors’ lives. With a Master’s Degree in German coupled with a passion for history and language, Katherine truly enjoys working with the documents of the past – and knows this course will enable you to do the same!

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