Dear Friends,JewishGen.org is pleased to announce the completion of its most recent update
to the JewishGen Holocaust Database.  The database can be accessed directly
at https://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/ The database now
includes more than 2.75 million records from approximately 200 component
databases
.All component databases (individual data sets) have a project introduction.  The
introduction gives you further information about the historical background of the
data, location of the original source document, fields used in the database,
translation aides when applicable and acknowledgments to those that helped
with data entry, validation and online preparation of the data set.A listing of each of the component databases can be found by scrolling down the
main search page.  All data can be searched in one database-wide search from
the Holocaust Database home page.The database continues to grow, thanks in large part to partnerships with other
organizations and receiving interesting original research by JewishGen users and
academicians.  We believe JewishGen is an ideal location for the preservation
and “publishing” of these pieces.
       
Selected new additions include:Czudec, Poland – Residents Lists, Birth and Death Records:  An index
of 1,215 Jewish residents from 1940-1942, and 14 birth and death
records.Rzeszów, Poland – Registration, ID Cards, and Marriage Certificates:
101 Registration and ID cards from 1919-1942, and 134 Marriage records
from 1939-1942Nowy Sącz, Poland – Forced Labor and Punishment Book Listings:
 An index of 1,345 Jews forced to report for work in the Städtische
Werkstätten (Municipal Workshops) in 1942, and an index of 1,883 Jews
who received punishments for various alleged offenses between January
1940 and September 1942.Mielec, Poland – Jewish Residents:  2,320 inhabitants of Mielec,
Poland, dated August 15, 1940Lublin, Poland – Seized Property Cards: 5,081 records of confiscated
Jewish property in the Lublin areaSzeged, Hungary – Deportations and Survivors: Survivors of the three
transports that liquidated the town and those that survived after the war.
More than 7,000 recordsMedzilaborce, Slovakia – Census List: Names of family members taken
from the folder named “Verzeichniss der Juden in Medzilaborce” found at
Jewish Community office in KošiceBékéscsaba, Hungary – Victims: Holocaust victims from two different
death registers 1941 – 1945Gross Rosen Camp Transport Records: Transport list of Jews
transported to Gross Rosen from south Belgium and northern FranceNisko, Poland – Transport Lists: Jews from Czechoslovakia and
Austria, sent from Vienna in October 1939 to a rural marshy area near
Nisko, where they were to establish a campReichsvereinigung – Update: The collection now includes more than
23,000 records of German Jews from cards where the family name begins
with the letters A-R.  Kovno Cemetery File – Update: Updated and corrected listings from the
Viliampolė Chevra Kadisha register for those who died in the Kovno
Ghetto between 18 August 1941 and 31 December 194Hachshara in Havelberg:  124 members of this Zionist youth
organization in Havelberg, Saxony-AnhaltGerman Mischlingen in Nazi Germany: Sitzensdorf: 203 mixed-race
forced laborers at Sitzendorf concentration camp in ThuringiaWallenberg Passport Records – Update: Updated file containing 5,642
Hungarian Jews who received a protective document from the Swedish
embassy.Parschnitz Forced Labor Transport: 910 female prisoners at Parschnitz
forced-labor camp, October 1944.Leova Mayoral Election List: 1,929 citizens of Leova, Moldova
registered to vote in the 1937 election for mayor.
To see descriptions of all the new and pre-existing component databases, please
visit: https://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Holocaust/

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