Nazi Census Nazi Census Nazi Census: Identification and Control in the Third Reich Identification and Control in the Third Reich Identification and Control in the Third Reich

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A controversial book when originally published in Germany, The Nazi Census documents the origins of the census in modern Germany, along with the parallel development of machines that helped first collect data on Germans, then specifically Jews. The authors begin by examining the history of statistical technology in Germany, from the Hollerith machine in the 1890s through the development and licensing of IBM punch-card technology. From its general use in collecting data on all German people, the methods employed by the Nazis ...

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