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Śrem Province: Greater Poland (Wielkopolskie)
County: Śrem (Śremski)

After WWI, the German town of Schrimm was transferred to Poland as part of the Treaty of Versailles, and was renamed Śrem.

Archival Records

There are 4 listings from the Polish State Archives for Śrem.
There are 1 listings from FamilySearch for Śrem.
For details on these records, go to Archival Records for Śrem.

General

Source Resource Language Comments
Official Town Web Site Śrem
Polish
0
Wikipedia Śrem
Polish
English
0

Genealogy

Source Resource Language Comments
Geni Jewish Families connected to Srem Schrimm, Poland
English
0
JewishGen Communities Database Śrem
English
0
JewishGen Family Finder Śrem
English
0
JRI-Poland Śrem
English
0
Routes to Roots Foundation Śrem
English
0

History

Source Resource Language Comments
Wirtualny Sztetl
(Virtual Shtetl)
Śrem
Polish
English
0

Cemeteries

Source Resource Language Comments
IAJGS International Jewish Cemetery Project SREM: Wielkopolskie
English
0
kirkuty.xip.pl Śrem  (local)
Polish
0
Lo Tishkach
(European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative)
Srem Jewish Cemetery
English
0

Holocaust

Source Resource Language Comments
Yad Vashem Shoah Names Database Srem, Poland
English
0
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