Holocaust Gedenktag

66 Years after the liberation of Auschwitz on 27.1.1945 – and raised by President Roman Herzog Memorial Day – I would like to introduce you to some helpful websites for genealogists:

JewishGen offers its database with the ability to research, To find family members with Jewish ancestry.
suite101.com is also a website with “Holocaust Genealogy Resources”
JewishGen Holocaust Global Registry, with search by Holocaust survivors
About.com, Search for victims and survivors
List of names of victims of Auschwitz and database of Holocaust victims and Jewish emigrants
The greatest Holocaust database with many pictures and documents on the subject is Footnote it already exists this article At Dachau is there a Online database (Included are the records of the accession books (Arrival register containing the names and serial numbers and details to more than 150.000 Prisoners)
Holocaust Memorial Center with many references to other websites
A history of the Juden in Hamburg List mit der Deportationstransporte, Jewish cemeteries etc.
The Central Database of Shoah Victims Names of (Names and biographical details of about 3,6 Million people)
Photo archives containing evidence of Jewish life before and during the Holocaust.
Yad Vashem-Bibliothek, (The most comprehensive collection of published material about the Holocaust, with about 117.000 Titles in 54 Languages
Memorial Book of the victims of the persecution of the Jews under the Nazi dictatorship in Germany 1933 – 1945 (Database query)
Memorial Book for the Victims of National Socialism at the University of Vienna 1938 (With database query)
The Internet presentation of the "Memorial Book - victims of the persecution of the Jews under the Nazi dictatorship in Germany 1933 – 1945“ from the Federal Archives

Jewish cemeteries:

Summary of the cemeteries in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Europe
Jewish cemetery Dusseldorf
The aim of the IAJGS International Jewish Cemetery Project is the documentation of every Jewish burial site in the world

Literature on Judaism: (Digitised)

History of the Jews in Bydgoszcz : also a contribution to the history of Jews in the country poses, by Isaac Herzberg, Frankfurt 1903

From past and present of the Jews in Posen; after gedrucken and unpublished sources, Aaron von Heppner, Bromberg 1914

General directory of all the in the department of the Royal. Government of West Prussia existing Jewish, What was the civil rights are handed out, Marienwerder 1828

History of Jews in Riga to the justification of the Hebrew community of Riga in the J. 1842, Anton Buchholtz, Riga 1899

The Jews in Lisbon, Fritz Scherbel, Berlin 1932

History of the Jews in Opole. Fixed- and commemorative publication of the Opole Jewish community to commemorate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the new synagogue, Alfred Steiernt, Opole 1922

The Ahnenerbe of the SS Himmler “Spirit Elite” with historic pictures and documents

Schindler's List

Periodicals

Internetarchiv Jüdische Periodika Funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) The scientific portal for Jewish Studies with a library, far beyond 100 Jewish periodicals between 1806 and 1938 includes.

5 Comments on “Holocaust Gedenktag”

  1. admin says:

    In that book there is also a memorial book for the transports of Poles to Auschwitz from Krakow and other Polish cities 1940-1944

  2. Sun kicker says:

    Thanks for the quick reply! Does this also apply for “non-Jewish” Deceased?
    I have just seen, There is also a book on the subject:

    Book of Remembrance: Transports of Poles to Auschwitz from Krakow and other Polish city of southern 1940-1944 [Memorial Book: Transports of Poles to Auschwitz from Cracow and Other Localities in Southern Poland 1940-1944]

    Maybe I'll find it here already!
    Best Regards

  3. admin says:

    Often the first approach to a biography of a so-called commemorative page. The Israeli memorial “Yad Vashem” for example, has been collecting 50 Years, the name and biographical data. These are based on so-called Pages of Testimony, which were completed by survivors and descendants. Meanwhile, lists of offerings and memorial books have been digitized and available online (as described in the individual links)

  4. Sun kicker says:

    Is there actually a possibility – e.g.. in a book publication – Find people on to, ims of life in Auschwitz, which have come? There may be publicly available sources and research findings?
    My great-aunt died in Auschwitz. On my last visit I could see her photo in one of the buildings (among them were also living their data warehouse and the number).
    I would be interested, what experiences have other family researchers with the subject.
    Thank you in advance for the help!

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