Prussia (Germany)

If you are new to Prussian/ German research or just ‘stumped’ for additional clues and resources, hopefully this page will provide new sources of hope, inspiration, and information.In total, the ‘local’ ManyRoads’ libraries alone contain more than 50GB of original (digital) genealogical and historical source documents. In addition to our documents and tools, this page provides links to what I believe are the most helpful Internet research resources for conducting Prussian/ German research.Based upon your usage patterns and comments, plus my client research efforts, I will update the contents of this page frequently.

The ManyRoads’ collections as well as all my “Preussische’ research & genealogy efforts are dedicated with love and heartfelt gratitude to:

  • my mother (Luise geboren Senger);
  • my grandparents (Richard Senger & Frieda geboren Recht); and
  • my onkel Erich (Senger).
Familie Richard Senger 1939

Familie Richard Senger 1939

This was their “Heimat und Heimatland”.

As my Oma frequently said, “Es war einmal.”






Complete Prussia/ Germany Document Library Listing

Prussia/ Germany Library

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Andere Adressbuechern  

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Bromberg  

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Elbing  

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Graudenz  

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Gumbinnen  

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Hessen  

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Koeslin  

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Livland  

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Marienwerder  

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Neustettin  

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Ostpreussen  

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Pommern  

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Schlesien  

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Thorn  

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Westpreussen  

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Zoppot  

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Please note: should you have difficulty with any of the document formats we provide, you should download and use a tool like Calibre. Calibre is a free and open source e-book library management application developed by users of e-books for users of e-books; it runs on Linux, Mac, and Windows.


Much of the content available on this page is available via by-nc-nd creative commons license.

The institution responsible for the licensed content is: the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center

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