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Gliwice Province: Silesian (Śląskie)
County: This city is its own county (Miasto na prawach powiatu)

Before 1945, Gliwice was part of Germany and called Gleiwitz. German residents who had not already fled during the war were deported from the town after WWII.

Archival Records

There are 4 listings from the Polish State Archives for Gliwice.
There are 9 listings from FamilySearch for Gliwice.
For details on these records, go to Archival Records for Gliwice.

General

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

Genealogy

Source Resource Language Comments
JewishGen Communities Database Gliwice
English
0
JewishGen Family Finder Gliwice
English
0
JewishGen Yizkor Book Project Gliwice
English
0
JRI-Poland Gliwice
English
0
Routes to Roots Foundation Gliwice
English
0

History

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

Cemeteries

Source Resource Language Comments
Foundation for Documentation of Jewish Cemeteries in Poland
(Photos and transcriptions of tombstones)
Gliwice Nowy Cmentarz
English/Polish
0
IAJGS International Jewish Cemetery Project GLIWICE: Silesia
English
0
kirkuty.xip.pl Gliwice  (local)
Polish
0
Lo Tishkach
(European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative)
Gliwice New Jewish Cemetery, Gliwice Old Jewish Cemetery
English
0
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