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National censuses and vital statistics in Germany after the first World War, 1919-1944.

Library of Congress. Census Library Project.

National censuses and vital statistics in Germany after the first World War, 1919-1944.

by Library of Congress. Census Library Project.

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Germany -- Census -- Bibliography.,
  • Germany -- Statistics, Vital -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of the Census.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 p. ¾., 37 p.
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15143312M

    Courts Martial of the First World War; Loyalists in the Maritimes — Ward Chipman Muster Master's Office, –; Military Medals, Honours and Awards, –; Personnel Records of the First World War; Service Files of the Royal Canadian Navy, - Ledger Sheets; Service Files of the Second World War - War Dead, The following information was received from FindMyPast. There are over million new records available to search this Findmypast Friday, including: British Armed Forces, First World War Soldiers’ Medical Records Over , records have been added to our National Archives’ Continue reading Million New Records This FindMyPast Friday →.

      The book, German Census Records, The When, Where, And How Of A Valuable Genealogical Resource, was published in June Although census records have recently been found to exist for many areas within the borders of the former German Empire, they vary widely in content, and are not as all-encompassing or consistent as the American. The statistics of the population of the United States, embracing the tables of race, nationality, sex, selected ages, and occupations. To which are added the statistics of school attendance and illiteracy, of schools, libraries, newspapers and periodicals, churches, pauperism and .

    Germany and Austria, Military and Marine Unit Histories, (in German) , Germany, Military and Marine Weekly Publications, (in German) 81, Germany, Women in Flossenbürg Branch Camps (Hans Brenner Book Lists), Free: 15, View all Germany Stories, Memories & Histories (). How did American ideals influence our role in global conflict? World War I, known as the Great War at the time, broke out in with Germany and Austria-Hungry on one side and Great Britain, France and Russia on the other. Most Americans wanted to keep the United States out of the conflict and saw rivalries among European aristocracies as the cause of the fighting.


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National censuses and vital statistics in Germany after the first World War, 1919-1944 by Library of Congress. Census Library Project. Download PDF EPUB FB2

National censuses and vital statistics in Germany after the first world war, by Library of Congress A preliminary bibliography. Statistical yearbooks by Library of Congress An annotated bibliography of the general statistical yearbooks of major political subdivisions of the world Author: Stephen Woods.

National censuses and vital statistics in Germany after the First World War, Washington [D.C.]: Library of Congress, Reference Dept.: Bureau of the Census, (OCoLC) 1919-1944.

book National censuses and vital statistics in France between two world wars, ; a preliminary bibliography. LC Call Number: ZF7U5 National censuses and vital statistics in Germany after the first World War, LC Call Number: ZG3U5 National censuses and vital statistics in Italy since the first.

The information found in the parish registers is key to your research, but there’s often even more family information to be found in the German census records. German Census Records, The When, Where, and How of a Valuable Genealogical Resource is available and now shipping.

Note – this book is also available in a hardbound edition. German Empire, Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany (–) Starting inthe census resumed in the newly united German Empire, continuing every five years from to The first large-scale census in the German Empire took place in (see German census of ).

The last pre-war census was held on 1 Decemberthe census was canceled, but two war censuses. Censuses were not taken nationally in Germany.

What few local records do exist are general, often inaccurate, and rarely accessible to the public. With the development of the Personenstandregister (registry of vital statistics) in the s, censuses became unnecessary because a continuous record of inhabitants was available. Germany Census Information: A national census in Germany was not taken until the late ’s.

Local censuses began as early as ’s, though most do not appear until the late ’s and early ’s. Some were taken on a kingdom, province or duchy level. Bremen Passenger Lists, – While most of the Bremen, Germany passenger departure records were destroyed—either by German officials or during WWII—2, passenger lists for the years – have survived.

The Bremen Society for Genealogical Investigation, DIE MAUS, has put transcriptions of these surviving Bremen passenger records online.

That means that the censuses of to are now available, with the one to be released in An exception is the census ofwhich was largely destroyed in a fire.

The National Archives also has a wealth of other useful documents, including naturalization records, ships' passenger lists and military records. National censuses and vital statistics in Germany after the first World War, by Library of Congress. Census Library Project. National censuses and vital statistics in France between two world wars, a preliminary bibliography.

Accessible book, Periodicals, Population, Protected DAISY, Analyse demographique. National Censuses and Vital Statistics in Germany after the First World War, / Census Library Project. In RECAP. Call number: National Censuses and Vital Statistics in Italy after the First World War, Not available in Borrow Direct, nor in Harvard.

Textual Records: World War II history project records, Press releases, Press clippings, Publications, Microfilm copy of census publications, (32 rolls).

Microfilm Publications: T   The Danish National Archives has some census records online for Schleswig-Holstein (much of the area was Danish until they lost a war with Prussia in ). Other Census-Like Lists In addition to these censuses, many areas of Germany have survivals of tax lists that serve as a record substitute with some data points that are similar to censuses.

Information about the Hamburg, Germany passenger departure records -- how to research them online and off. Bremen Passenger Lists While most of the Bremen passenger departure records were destroyed, about of them from (still incomplete) have survived and are stored at the Bremen Chamber of Commerce.

Sixteenth Census Special Reports, Vital Statistics Rates in the United States,pp. ; and for figures. forsee Statistical Abstract,p. The age figures for andand all figures for and are from unpublished records of the Bureau of the Census. National censuses and vital statistics in Germany after the First World War, by Library of Congress (Book) Most widely held works by Library of Congress.

National Office of Vital Statistics is a part of the Public Health Service in that Department. Theive-birth, l death, and fetal-death statistics prepared by the National Office of Vital Statistics are based principally on copies of vital records received from registration offices of all States, of certain cities, and of the District of Columbia.

The term military records can cover service records, pension records, medal rolls, casualties, army rolls, prisoners of war records and news reels (from the Second World War). The Boer War. The census of was the first census to record the personal details of members of the British Army (and their families) posted overseas.

Clues in Census Records will tell you what you can find in census recordsalong with links to online indexes (and online census images). What Census Records Are Online. - this webpage has links to numerous online census indexes and images. Year of immigration is provided in the, and censuses.

Be aware that census. Catalog of NARA Microfilm Search Census Records Online Table of Contents General Information Includes: Introduction to Census Schedules Catalog Arrangement Microfilm Problems Census Indexes The Soundex Coding System Abbreviations and Terms Used in Soundex Cards Enumeration District Descriptions and Maps Other Schedules Research Hints Useful Publications Census.

Source and Notes. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, International Data Base (demographic data) and USA Trade Online (trade data); Central Intelligence Agency, The World Fact Book (country reference maps). This application presents data for countries and areas of the world with a .After the First World War, in the Treaty of Trianon Romania, a backwater of Europe, received a large chunk of Hungarian territory, including northern Banat, the showcase of 18th century German colonization.

Temeschburg (Rom. Timisioara, Hung. Temesvar) was largely inhabited by Danube Swabians and Hungarians. England Online Genealogy Records This chart shows links to countrywide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databases., and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.