Revoked German Citizenship and Property Seizures 1933-1945 #holocaust


Lewis, Megan
 

Hello Daniella,

The book Rodney mentioned, Die Ausbürgerung deutscher Staatsangehoriger 1933-1945, is organized by the date the name appeared in the Reichsanzeiger.  Once you have the date searching the digital version is a lot easier.

If the people you seek were living in Germany, and thus listed in this book, send an email to reference@... with the full names of the people and mention you want us to specifically check this book.

Megan Lewis, USHMM librarian


Rodney Eisfelder
 

Daniella,
The spreadsheet of revoked citizenships comes from the book "Die Ausbürgerung deutscher Staatsangehöriger 1933-1945".
You can use worldcat.org to find a physical copy of the book, and perhaps view some snippets on Google books. However, the book was compiled from various issues of the "Reichsanzeiger", the official German government newspaper. These have been digitized and can be searched and viewed at https://digi.bib.uni-mannheim.de/periodika/reichsanzeiger/
However, the last time I tried, I found the search function to be a bit hit and miss - the OCR struggles with the gothic fonts.
You can find an English description of the Reichsanzeiger at:
https://blogs.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/history/2018/02/14/new-deutsche-reichsanzeiger-und-preusischer-staatsanzeiger-1819-1945/
I hope this helps,
Rodney Eisfelder
Melbourne, Australia


Daniella Alyagon
 

Good afternoon, 

While searching JewishGen I came across this database https://www.jewishgen.org/databases/holocaust/RevokedGermanCitizenship.html 
How do I get a copy of the actual document (not the spreadsheet)?

Thank you,

Daniella Alyagon