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Naturalization Certificate Files (C-Files), September 27, 1906 to March 31, 1956

·         Alien Registration Forms (Form AR-2), August 1940 to March 1944

·         Visa Files, July 1, 1924 to March 31, 1944

·               Registry Files, March 1929 to March 31, 1944

·               A-Files, April 1, 1944 to May 1, 1951

2 Comments

  1. Erica Oielgisser says:

    In all the research and archives regarding WWll Holocaust History, I am still missing mentioning the 500 thousand Jewish people who have perished in Transnistria. My own Grandfather, of blessed memory, perished there when the Bukowiner (Chernowitz) were deported. To this day we don’t know where he was buried. What is the reason nothing is ever mentioned about Transnistria? Not in research, not at Yiskor in the Synagogue? We lost 25 members of our family, others lost more family members, don’t they matter to even mention their existence as part of the Jewish Peoples? They also deserve to be honoured.h

    • Hi Erica,

      I will transfer your question about Transnistra to Henry Wellisch. Perhaps he has an answer for you. He looks after the Central European SIG. Did you ask for a mentor from our society to help you with this question. Perhaps Jerry Scherer might connect you with someone who is also doing research in this area.

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