Answer to this question is quite simple - there are many people from all around the world who have their root in Bohemia, Moravia and Austrian part of Silesia. Many people left the area of what is today know as the Czech Republic. They left mostly during the 19th century, but there were also people who decided to leave after the WWII.
Their destination was mostly America, more preciously United States. There are thousands of families with Czech roots who are trying to find out more about their ancestors. And as it is already possible to do the research online, I decided to start this blog to help those who want to do the ancestral research by themselves. I'll not hide that I'm a professional genealogist - I'm very proud about this fact because it was job of my dreams since high school.
What can you expect from this blog? How-to's, guidance, help in orientation in Czech archives and much more.
I'd like to post new information at least once a week and I hope I'll be able to do that. First topics will be focused on common things - system of archives, links to them, basic division of registries, religion, handwriting, alphabet and much more.
I'll be happy if you leave me a comment with ideas, questions or any other thoughts that come to your mind. Thanks!