Library Resources for German-Jewish Genealogy by Angelika G. Ellmann-Krüger with Edward David Luft.
This monograph is a concise directory of which library sources are valuable additions to archival resources and how to use these sources efficiently. It describes information that readers will find in monographs, periodical articles or collective works, such as family histories, genealogies, autobiographies and biographies, details on Jewish cemeteries and name adoptions, lists of victims of the Holocaust, etc., and lists of members of Jewish communities. The book gives details of German libraries, among them, scientific and university libraries, as well as specialized libraries, all holding literature relevant to Jewish family research as well as how to access access to the most important Online Public Access Catalogues and to the online ordering services--Subito. Mailing addresses, phone, fax and e-mail addresses of about 50 of the most important German libraries in the field and Internet-addresses (URL) of the German Online Public Access Catalogues and virtual catalogues.
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