- Published: 23 May 2013 23 May 2013
- Last Updated: 23 May 2013 23 May 2013
Germans were required to trace back their blood lines to insure they were of german origin (not Jewish or Slav). The Ahnenpaß contained a recorded history of relatives, marriages, births and deaths. Few are found with more than 20% of the book completed and very many variants exist.
The Einheits Familien Stammbuch was similar to the Ahnenpass except in scope. The members roots were traced and recorded on a broader scale. Showing the individual as a single part of a whole. A link in the family chain.
(Courtesy of Andreas K. Odemer)
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