Hamburg Jewish Records

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http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geschichte_der_Juden_in_Hamburg
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http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geschichte_der_Juden_in_Hamburg  
  
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The archival records of the Jewish synagogues in Hamburg go back to 1641. They became part of the Hamburg Staatsarchiv in 1942. Since 1959 part of the records are in Hamburg and part in Jerusalem, Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People.
  
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Here is a link to Jewish history in Hamburg

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geschichte_der_Juden_in_Hamburg

If you need this article translated, consider Google language tools. This will give you a rough translation. Hilite the above URL, then go to Google, choose language tools, choose translate a website, enter the URL, choose the language (German to English), then enter and read the text in English.


Research

The archival records of the Jewish synagogues in Hamburg go back to 1641. They became part of the Hamburg Staatsarchiv in 1942. Since 1959 part of the records are in Hamburg and part in Jerusalem, Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People.