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This collection contains miscellaneous city records for Dachau, Bavaria, Germany. Includes transcripts of church records, death notices, military conscription, citizenship records, city directories, and marriage application files.
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- Germany. "Bavaria, Dachau, Miscellaneous City Records, 1622-1940. Stadtarchiv. Dachau, Germany.
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