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Victims in Nazi Concentration Camps
The following website has some records of Spaniards who died in Nazi Concentration camps during World War II. The website is sponsored by the Justice Ministry of Spain. The records contain 4,440 official death notices sent to Spain by the Directorate of Civil Status Disputes and Investigations of the Ministry of Ex-Combatants and Victims of War in France. The files were sent to Spain during the 1950s and by 1970 they had been bound into 10 volumes. Digital images are available. To request copies relating to the documentation for legal and registry purposes you will need to contact the Central Civil Registry Archive.
For more information regarding the records please see the article Fallecidos españoles en los campos de concentración nazis.
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