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*[http://www.schleswig-holstein.de/archive/lash/ Landesregierung Schleswig-Holstein] This site is in German.  
 
*[http://www.schleswig-holstein.de/archive/lash/ Landesregierung Schleswig-Holstein] This site is in German.  
 
*[http://www.akvz.de/e107_plugins/akvzdb_menu/akvz.php Schleswig-Holstein Database]  
 
*[http://www.akvz.de/e107_plugins/akvzdb_menu/akvz.php Schleswig-Holstein Database]  
*[http://www.alsnissen.dk/default.asp?side=1 Research on Als]  
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*[http://www.alsnissen.dk/default.asp?side=1 Research on Als island, Sønderborg County]
 
*[http://www.akvz.de/e107_plugins/akvzdb_menu/akvzdb.php AKVZ Dantenbank]
 
*[http://www.akvz.de/e107_plugins/akvzdb_menu/akvzdb.php AKVZ Dantenbank]
  

Revision as of 18:47, 5 July 2013

Denmark Gotoarrow.pngDanish Research Websites

With an estimated 60% of Danes using the internet daily, combined with the huge popularity of family history research in Denmark, the Danes have created a wealth of great online research tools. Here is a list of great websites useful to Danish Research:

Archives

Bornholm

Census

Church Records

Civil Registration

Copenhagen

Court Records

Danish American Sources

Danish Atlases and Maps

Danish Gazetteer

Danish Jews

Danish Libraries

Dictionaries

Embassies

Danish Embasies on Denmark.dk Find a Danish Embassy here.url

Emigration & Immigration

Genealogy

Greenland

Insurance

Local Archives

Military Levying Rolls

Names

News

Occupations

Common Danish Occupations found in the census records, with English translations

Danish Skippers and Officers 1701-1839

Parish Special Interest Groups

Periodicals

Hvem forsker Hva

Probate Records

Research Forums (for assistance)

Research Resources

Schleswig-Holstein

Societies

Telephone

Universities

West Indies