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Grussenheim: Communauté Juive Disparue
Edited by Joseph Bloch and Salomon Picard
Published by Les Amis du Cimetière Israélite
De Grussenheim, 1960
Permission graciously granted by Mme. Lyse SCHWARZFUCHS,
This is a translation from Grussenheim: Communauté Juive Disparue (Grussenheim: Vanished Jewish Community)
Joseph Bloch and Salomon Picard, Published by Les Amis du Cimetière Israélite De Grussenheim, 1960
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|I.||Beginning and growth of the community|
|VI.||The School and the Teachers|
|1.||Extract of the 1784 Census|
|2.||Indications on the age of the people listed in the 1784 Census and their relatives|
|3.||The first entries in civil records (1793)|
|4.||Statements of the Jews of Grussenheim for the adoption of fixed names and forenames|
|5.||Genealogical tables of the Jewish families of Grussenheim|
|6.||Memories of the life in my village|
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