Nazi Party Membership in Munich, Passau, Rosenheim, Landshut, and Mannheim, 1919-1922 (ICPSR 44)

Published: Feb 16, 1992

Principal Investigator(s):
Donald Morse Douglas

Version V1

This data collection contains biographical information for members of the National German Workers (Nazi) Party's local groups in Munich, Passau, Rosenheim, Landshut, and Mannheim in Germany for the period 1919-1922. Data are provided on each member's party membership number, date of entry into the party, date of birth, age as of December 30, 1920, sex, marital status, and occupation. In addition, the individual's address has been transformed into a variable indicating the size and place of residence.

Douglas, Donald Morse. Nazi Party Membership in Munich, Passau, Rosenheim, Landshut, and Mannheim, 1919-1922. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 1992-02-16.

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1919 -- 1922

A total of 3,349 individuals in Munich, Rosenheim, Landshut, and Mannheim, Germany, in the period 1919-1922.

(1) Hoover Institution Collection NSDAP Hauptarchiv, and (2) 1925 German census data

administrative records data, and census data



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