Name Index of Jews Whose German Nationality was Annulled by the Nazi Regime (Berlin Documents Center). NARA microfilm publication T355, 9 rolls. National Archives Collection of Foreign Records Seized, Record Group Number 242. National Archives, Washington D.C.
This is a collection of individual index cards of Jews who had their German nationality annulled by the Nazis. The records were created when German citizenship was revoked because of the anti-Semitic Nuremberg Laws of 1935. The laws spelled out exactly who was considered Jewish and who was allowed German citizenship and its accompanying rights. The Nuremberg Laws also prevented Jews from marrying those of German descent.
These records were filmed from index cards at the Berlin Document Center in 1959. The records have some suffix names added, Israel for men and Sara for women, which were used to readily identify Jews. The records include information on:
- Birth Date
- Last address
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