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German Language Document from Village of Klek 1942

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German Language Document from Village of Klek 1942

Posted: 11 Jul 2011 10:53AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 11 Jul 2011 1:51PM GMT
I have recently come into possession of an original 21st August,1942 document, entitled "EHEMATRIKELAUSZUG" which is, in fact a record of the 1919 marriage of my husband's maternal grandparents, in the village of Klek. We already knew this information.
However, the interesting thing is, the document is entirely in German (not Serb or Hungarian) and there is a stamp at the bottom which has the German Eagle in the centre. Klek was occupied by German Troops during WWII and I was wondering whether the German authorities did some kind of a check on the inhabitants of Klek before or during this occupation? Or did they for some reason, just need a copy of their Marriage?
Thanks to anyone with any insight into this.
Kit
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
KiTKaT73elw 11 Jul 2011 4:53PM GMT 
Mohnbauer 15 Jul 2011 2:24PM GMT 
Robert Jerin 16 Jul 2011 11:44PM GMT 
KiTKaT73elw 22 Jul 2011 11:49AM GMT 
Mohnbauer 20 Sep 2011 1:46PM GMT 
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