PRAGUE CENSUS DOCUMENTS
The official Prague census records from the period of 1830-1949.

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MAPS


1743
Map of Prague (Homœn)
1858
Map of Prague (John Murray, London)
c.1898 Map of Prague (Brockhaus, Leipzig)



JEWISH CEMETERIES    [ALL PHOTOS TAKEN BY ME EXCEPT AS NOTED]

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Praha-Josefov, Starý Židovský Hřbitov (20 July 2008)
- Also known as the Old Jewish Cemetery

Praha-Strašnice, Nový Židovský Hřbitov (22 July 2008, 4 January 2011, and 6 May 2012)
- Also known as the New Jewish Cemetery; often referred to as "Straschnitz" or the "israelitsichen Friedhof" in old obituaries. Opened c. 1890.

Praha-Uhříněves (4 January 2011 and 9 May 2012)
- A small Jewish cemetery on the outskirts of Prague; burials date to the first half of the 18th century.

Brandýs nad Labem (8 may 2012)
- A Jewish cemetery northeast of Prague; first burials date to 16th century. There are no Jews left in Brandýs.


CONCENTRATION CAMPS    [ALL PHOTOS TAKEN BY ME EXCEPT AS NOTED]

Terezín, Terezín, Czech Republic (19 July 2008)

Majdanek, Lublin, Poland (24 July 2008)

Auschwitz-Birkenau, Oświęcim, Poland (25 July 2008)

Dachau, Dachau, Germany (12 January 2011)



ADLER BROTHERS PHOTOGRAPHY

- Moritz Adler  Moritz Adler Photographs Moritz Adler Studio at the Jubilee Exhibition, Prague, c.1891
- Leopold Adler  Leopold Adler Photographs
- Alfred Adler  Alfred Adler Photographs