Church books Sudetenland

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T he church books of Bohemia and Moravia, that former Sudetenland, only very few, selected church books were filmed in the period between 1933 and 1945 by the Reichssippenamt. It is primarily the oldest church books of the 17th and 18th centuries of selected places. These originals are now mostly in the relevant Czech state archives. Only microfilms are handed down at the German Center for Genealogy in Leipzig.
According to the Munich Agreement of 29.08.1938 to the German Reich come Sudeten German territories, an official community and local directory


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In the areas of today's Czech Republic lived at the end of the 19th century about 2.9 million Germans. The Sudetenland 1938-1945, home to many displaced people. A little insight into their lives, trades and their landscape, such as the thermal springs.

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