Mordechai and Rosa Mokotow In the 1938 Non-Aryan Census of Germany

This census was made to identify the Jews living in Germany. In addition to basic information such as name, date and place of birth, it asked whether the informants two sets of grandparents were Jewish. When looking at the document, the columns marked “ja” (yes) or “nein” (no) provide the answers. The last shown column indicates whether the informant completed higher or technical education.

The poor quality of the image was caused by the fact it is was made from a microfilm.