The United States Holocaust Museum has a listing of all the displaced persons camps, with a map. I have not seen anything detailing doctors or births.
U S. Immigration & Naturalization Service (INS): The Einwanderungszentrale of Nazi Germany had the complete vital statistics of every foreigner entering into Germany (name, age, place of original, date of entry and two photos (full face and profile). Using these files, the UNNRA and IRO (replacement organization for the UNNRA) categorized, provided medical exams, X-rays, TB and VD, mental and educational exams to determine who was eligible for immigration to the US and distant ports. (Genealogists should get freedom of information form G639 from the Immigration & Nationalization Services for their records.) The INS will tell you what camp your parents were in.
Yes, there were quite a few displaced citizens because after the war, Germany lost a lot of land, including land that they had before the war so all the people living In German towns (especially ones living near France) were displaced. These people either were killed, or they went back to Germany or they became a citizen of the country they were in. Jerman Jews were also displaced.
The holder of the most current Guinness World Records is Ashrita Furman (USA). As of 14 April 2009 he held 100 Guinness World Records in total.
9.58 seconds from the 2009 World Championships in Berlin, Germany
Yes. Some world records are for example "Youngest person to ever..." or "Oldest person to ever..."
According to Guinness World Records, Robert Garside was the first person to run around the world, running 30,000 miles in 6 years!
DPs were known as displaced persons at the end of the war. They were Jews and any other person who had no home or country to return to and needed a place to live. They were put in displaced persons camps until they could be relocated.
the person who cames from germany
according to 2007's guiness book of world records, manuel uribe is the most obese person in the world
Guinness World Records maintains a database of all their current and past world records at their London headquarters.
Kaiser Wilhelm II
You can order his military records from "www.archives.gov" - I found my gg grandfather's civil war records for $17.50 and it gave me the name of the village he was from in Germany!
Johnny Weissmuller. 67 World Records.
It would be the Guinness World Records. Link Provided.
to give people answers to some of the world records that they are curious about.
World Trip Records was created in 2010.
Real World Records was created in 1989.
Guinness World Records was created in 1955.
New World Records was created in 1975.
Golden World Records was created in 1962.
Golden World Records ended in 1968.
World Champion Records was created in 2008.