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#21 Сообщение Duduka » 08 фев 2016, 16:35

Советы по поиску еврейских родственников в Берлине от берлинского журналиста и гида Yoav Sapir.

Research tips when looking for information about your family
Researching about your family? Here are some effective leads:
If you're looking for family graves from the last decades before WW2, these will most probably be in the Jewish cemetery of Weissensee. Since this place is huge (about 160,000 graves), it's best to contact them a couple of weeks or even months before your visit, so you could make sure that you have the right information about the location of the grave(s) in time:
http://www.jewish-cemetery-weissensee.org/

If your relatives were very orthodox, then there's a fair chance that they were buried in the cemetery of Adass Yisroel. Today's community called "Adass Yisroel" controls the assets of the pre-war community with the same name, including the afore mentioned cemetery, but has little to do with the community destroyed by the Nazis, and is a very small and very problematic community controlled by a man that in recent years, unfortunately, has been very unhelpful in assisting descendants of the original community, and their cemetery is usually closed for visitors. Nevertheless, your best chance is to write them:
http://www.adassjisroel.de/

If your family owned a business in Berlin, try looking for it in the (German-language) database of Jewish Businesses in Berlin from 1930 to 1945, now holding more than 8,000 entries:
http://www2.hu-berlin.de/djgb/www/find

For a general background about the "Aryanization" process of Jewish businesses, I recommend reading this great and free online publication (actually the English catalog of an exhibition that was done here in Berlin). It's 80 pages long but definitely worth your time:
http://issuu.com/vv_www/docs/katalogvv__engl_web_130dpi

If you have an old address and want to check if it still exists, use the Berlin Street Lexicon:
http://berlingeschichte.de/strassen

If you’re searching for family details, your best start is the State Archive of Berlin:
info@landesarchiv.berlin.de

If you’re not sure what you’re looking for, let the archive of the research foundation “Centrum Judaicum” advise you:
archiv@centrumjudaicum.de

If you’re looking for records about family members murdered by the Nazis (such as birth dates, residence or deportation records), please use the digital version for the memorial book for the Jewish victims of Nazi persecution in Germany, published by the Federal Archive of Germany:
http://www.bundesarchiv.de/gedenkbuch/index.html.en

It is not impossible that somebody might have initiated a so-called "Stumbling Stone" commemorating a relative of yours that was murdered by the Nazis. More than 10% of the Berlin victims are now memorialized this way. You could search by names, birth dates or addresses in the local database, which includes both stones belonging to the "official", i.e. commercial project as well as the few others, "alternative" stones, which are not done for money:
http://www.stolpersteine-berlin.de/

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#22 Сообщение Duduka » 08 фев 2016, 17:15

Personal search and Jewish genealogy
The following is a list of addresses and websites that might help you find relatives:
_Official Address Registry of Berlin 1895–1943 – http://adressbuch.zlb.de/
_American Jewish Committee Archives – http://www.cjh.org/collections/catalogs.php
_Ancestry genealogical server has, e.g., passenger lists New York (for a charge) – http://www.Ancestry.de/
_ Bibliographia Judaica Archive – Grosse Seestr. 32, 60486 Frankfurt/Main, Germany
_Memorial Archives of Concentration Camps (e.g.: Buchenwald, Sachsenhausen, Bergen-Belsen, Dachau)
_Auschwitz Archive – Panstwowe Muzeum ul. Wiezniow Oswiecima 20, 32-603 Oswiecim, Poland
_Beth Hatsufoth (Museum of the Jewish Diaspora) – http://www.bh.org.il/
_German Federal Archives (Bundesarchiv) – Abt. Potsdam, Tizianstrasse 13, 14476 Potsdam, Germany
_Federal Association and Outreach Centre for Victims of Nazism (Bundesverband Beratung für NS-Opfer) –
http://www.nsberatung.de/
_Centre for Jewish History – http://www.cjh.org/collections/catalogs.php
_Centrum Judaicum, Archive – Oranienburger Str. 29, 10117 Berlin, Germany. Depository for the files of victims
of Nazism, forced labourers as well as membership cancellation files, Jewish Hospital files –
www.cjudaicum.de/archiv/
_Deportation files – Oberfinanzdirektion – Fasanenstrasse 87, 10623 Berlin, Germany
_Documentation Centre of Austrian Resistance (Dokumentationsarchiv des österreichischen Widerstandes) –
http://www.doew.at/
_Family Genealogical Database of the Mormons, Berlin office – Klingelhöferstrasse 24, 10785 Berlin, Germany
Tel: +49 (0)30 – 25 79 43 36 – http://www.familysearch.org/
_German Red Cross International Search Service (Deutsches Rotes Kreuz, Internationaler Suchdienst) – Grosse
Allee 5, 34444 Arolsen, Germany – http://www.its-arolsen.org/de
_German Genealogical Server (Deutscher Genealogieserver). A digital library of family records, obituaries, etc.,
listed by town – www.genealogienetz.de
_Memorial Book of the Murdered Jews of Germany and Berlin. Available at the library of the Jewish Community of
Berlin – Fasanenst.79-80, 10623 Berlin, Germany – http://www.bundesarchiv.de/gedenkbuch/
_Berlin History Workshop (Geschichtswerkstatt Berlin) – Tel: +49 (0)30 – 2154450, Goltzstr. 49, 10781 Berlin,
Germany. Holds the Berlin registrations of the city’s murdered Jews, by district – e.g.: “Jews in Kreuzberg”
(„Juden in Kreuzberg”).
_Humboldt University (formerly Friedrich Wilhelms Universität), Archive – Eichborndamm 113, 13403 Berlin,
Germany – Charité Hospital birth registry, student enrollment lists
_Israel Genealogy Society – http://www.isragen.org.il/
_Jewish Genealogy and Avotaynu – http://www.avotaynu.com/
_JewishGen Germany database – www.jewishgen.org/databases/Germany/
_ Jewish cemetery at Berlin-Weissensee – Herbert Baum Str. 45, 13088 Berlin, Germany
_ Jewish Address Book (Jüdisches Adressbuch) of 1929 and 1931. Available at the library of the Jewish
Community of Berlin – Fasanenst.79-80, 10623 Berlin, Germany
_Jewish Community of Berlin (Jüdische Gemeinde zu Berlin) 1947 – first post-war registration lists. Available at
the library of the Jewish Community of Berlin – Fasanenst.79-80, 10623 Berlin, Germany
_Berlin State Archives (Landesarchiv Berlin) – Eichborndamm 115, 13403 Berlin, Germany. Holds financial
disclosures, restitution claim files, etc. – http://www.landesarchiv-berlin.de/lab-neu/start.html
_Mailing lists – soc.genealogy.surnames.german
_Berlin Interior Ministry, Citizenship Office, (Staatsangehörigkeitsstelle) – Fehrbelliner Platz 2, 10707 Berlin,
Germany. Civil Status Registry inquiries Personenstandsurkunden)
_Civil Registry Office (Standesamt) I, Berlin-Mitte Rückerstr. 9, Tel: +49 (0)30 – 2809140. All records pertaining to
Germany’s eastern territories, war deaths, persecuted Jews, etc.
_Civil Registry Offices (Standesämter) (as of 1876), Records Office (Urkundenstelle). Hold files of birth and
marriage certificates including those from church and synagogue records (legitimate necessity to obtain
information needs to be proven)
_Synagogue Archives – http://www.synagogen.info/
_Yad Vashem, Archive – http://www.yadvashem.org/wps/portal/IY_HON_Entrance
_Berlin telephone directories (1904–1942) – Museum Foundation for Post and Telecommunications
(Postmuseum), Tel: +49 (0)30 – 21711712
_Jewish Genealogical Association of Switzerland (Schweizer Vereinigung für Jüdische Genealogie) –
http://www.svjg.org/
_Search methods, origination of family names, town names, address books: http://wiki-en.genealogy.net/
_Databanks of association members (Vereinsmitgliederdatenbanken). Source for archived addresses – includes
listings of links to other genealogical search sites
_Central Archive of Jews in Germany (Zentralarchiv Juden in Deutschland) – http://www.uniheidelberg.de/institute/sonst/aj/

_Archive registry of forced labourers (Zwangsarbeiterarchiv) – http://www.zwangsarbeit-archiv.de/index.html
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Германия. Общины.

#24 Сообщение Elena G. » 23 янв 2018, 15:29

На Myheritage появилась интерсная база переписи евреев Германии 1939 года, в которой много уроженцев России:
https://www.myheritage.com/research/col ... =121187161
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