World Archives Project: Index of Jews Whose German Nationality was Annulled by Nazi Regime

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About this project This project consists of records containing a name index of Jews whose German nationality was annulled by the Nazi Regime. These index cards list names, female maiden names (in alphabetical order), along with associated dates of birth, location of birth and last known address. It includes Jews from Germany, Austria and Czech Bohemia.

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Index Card
Indexkarte

Index Card

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These index cards contain all the data required to key this project. The data side of the card may appear on the left or right, but two cards will appear on each image. German dictionary drop-down lists will help with keying Given and Surnames, Birth Location, Occupation and Last Residence fields. Maiden Names will be identified by the use of the German abbreviation "geb".

Prefix

Key any titles before the name, such as "Dr" or "Rev" in the Prefix field.
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Given

Capture the Given name from beside the German word "Vorname" using the drop-down list provided for assisting in identifying names. If a name does not appear in the drop-down list then key as seen.
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Surname

Capture the Surname from beside the German word "Zuname" using the drop-down list provided for assistance in identifying names. If a name does not appear in the drop-down list then key as seen.
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Maiden Surname

Enter the Maiden Surname here as it appears on the image, using the drop-down list to help you. This can be identified by the use of the German abbreviation "Geb" separating two surnames. For example when the surname on the card says: "Moser geb. Golberg", Golberg would be the Maiden Surname.
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Suffix

Key all titles following the surname, such as "Jr" or "III."
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BirthDay

Enter the Birth Day from the date of birth. This will be a number from 1 to 31. The dates appear like 13.6.1887. The first number, in this case 13, is the day part of the date. The birth date can be found following "geboren am" .
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BirthMonth

Enter the full name in German of the Birth Month, using the dropdown list to help you. The birth date can be found following "geboren am" . The dates appear like 13.6.1887. The second number, in this case 6, is the month part of the date and would be keyed as Juni.
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BirthYear

Enter the two- or four-digit Birth Year from the birth date which can be found following "geboren am" . The dates appear like 13.6.1887. The last four numbers, in this case 1887, is the year part of the date. Key the birth year as seen.
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Birth Location

Capture the Birth Location beside the German word "in" using the drop-down list provided for assistance. If a place does not appear in the drop-down list then key as seen.
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Last Residence

Key the Last Residence from the last line on the record beside the German words: "Letzter inländ Wohnsitz" using the drop-down list to assist you. If the Residence place cannot be found in the drop-down list dictionary, key as seen. Key the places as seen, but do not key any addresses.

In this example, Plötzesir 16 is the address and should not be keyed.
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Indexkarte

IndexCard_4.jpg

These index cards contain all the data required to key this project. The data side of the card may appear on the left or right, but two cards will appear on each image. German dictionary drop-down lists will help with keying Given and Surnames, Birth Location, Occupation and Last Residence fields. Maiden Names will be identified by the use of the German abbreviation "geb".

Prefix

Key any titles before the name, such as "Dr" or "Rev" in the Prefix field.
See Example

Given

Capture the Given name from beside the German word "Vorname" using the drop-down list provided for assisting in identifying names. If a name does not appear in the drop-down list then key as seen.
See Example

Surname

Capture the Surname from beside the German word "Zuname" using the drop-down list provided for assistance in identifying names. If a name does not appear in the drop-down list then key as seen.
See Example

Maiden Surname

Enter the Maiden Surname here as it appears on the image, using the drop-down list to help you. This can be identified by the use of the German abbreviation "Geb" separating two surnames. For example when the surname on the card says: "Moser geb. Golberg", Golberg would be the Maiden Surname.
See Example

Suffix

Key all titles following the surname, such as "Jr" or "III."
See Example

BirthDay

Enter the Birth Day from the date of birth. This will be a number from 1 to 31. The dates appear like 13.6.1887. The first number, in this case 13, is the day part of the date. The birth date can be found following "geboren am" .
See Example

BirthMonth

Enter the full name in German of the Birth Month, using the dropdown list to help you. The birth date can be found following "geboren am" . The dates appear like 13.6.1887. The second number, in this case 6, is the month part of the date and would be keyed as Juni.
See Example

BirthYear

Enter the two- or four-digit Birth Year from the birth date which can be found following "geboren am" . The dates appear like 13.6.1887. The last four numbers, in this case 1887, is the year part of the date. Key the birth year as seen.
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Birth Location

Capture the Birth Location beside the German word "in" using the drop-down list provided for assistance. If a place does not appear in the drop-down list then key as seen.
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Last Residence

Key the Last Residence from the last line on the record beside the German words: "Letzter inländ Wohnsitz" using the drop-down list to assist you. If the Residence place cannot be found in the drop-down list dictionary, key as seen. Key the places as seen, but do not key any addresses.

[1] In this example the Plötzesir 16 is the address and should not be keyed.
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