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Locating the victims: the nonrole of punched card technology and census work

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Kistermann, F.W. ; Ahornstr. 8, Holzgerlingen, Germany

Provides information regarding the development of punched card technology for use in both census and commercial applications. After describing the different types of technology and how they were used, this article provides a detailed description of census requirements-and, in particular, the German censuses of 1925, 1933 and 1939-in an effort to counter arguments that German authorities used the results of these censuses during the Holocaust period. Extensive references are provided to enable others to have access to information from that era

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Annals of the History of Computing, IEEE  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 2 )