[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] EWZ Files
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Thu Jan 5 07:59:02 PST 2017
You can also order specific films that contain the images you want from
the National Archives. The problem is in finding out which film you
want. Help is available. You can start with the two links below. The
first is in PDF by Karl Krueger, the second is Dave Obee's attempt to
make sense of it all.
www.sggee.org/convention/2015 EWZ - SGGEE handouts.pdf
On 1/5/2017 7:33 AM, Dana Parker wrote:
> The copies held by the United States government are stored in one location, College Park, Maryland (not far from Washington, D.C.). To access these files, you need to go there or hire a genealogist/researcher to do it for you. Then you can get copies of the files.
> I believe there are copies in Germany also, but don't know how to access there.
> EWZ-50 files are most often referred to. But there can also be EWZ-56, 57, and 58 (the 58 is a Stammblätter, family tree?). 50 is the big one. There probably will be duplicate information for members of the same family group, each with his own application, official forms, identity cards, etc. The Odessa3 index to EWZ files shows the names of the parents and grandparents of actual applicants, so not all the names you see in the index are people who were still alive at the time.
> Dana Parker
>> On Jan 5, 2017, at 7:42 AM, Frank Schultz <frankinclt at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> Does anybody know whether the individual EWZ files at the National Archives are available online?
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