New: Entries about birth, marriage and death in the registry offices of East and West Prussia from the State Archive Olsztyn in Poland can now be found easily. The Allensteiner Indexing Project of the Association for Family Research in East and West Prussia VFFOW has created a German-language search site where you can easily find the digitalized entries you are looking for.
Tracing the Past - non-profit organization
The debut of Mapping the Lives incorporates a largely expanded and annotated version of the 1939 German Minority Census with more than 406,000 entries, adding information from the German Federal Archives “List of Jewish Residents in the German Reich 1933-1945″. All of the entries are navigable via interactive maps showing the place(s) each person lived,
allowing you to search complete streets and neighborhoods to see the biographies of the people who once lived there. Each marker on the map links directly people’s biography. Both the biographies and the maps will be additionally available via apps for the most commonly used mobile device platforms.
Offices of the Registrar of Birth, Death and Marriages - Standesamt Berlin
You can find online on Ancestry the following scans: Ancestry Koenigsberg Data; Birth certificates (1874-1899), marriage certificates (1874-1929) and death certificates (1871-1944). Unfortunately there are small gaps in the registries. If you look under Ancestry, choose the following record group: Eastern Prussian Provinces, Germany [Poland], Selected Civil Vitals, 1874-1945, Königsberg (Pr.), 1941.
Link to Ancestry “Eastern Prusian Provinces >>
If you look for birth certificates after 1899 and marriage certificates after 1929, you can ask to make an appointment to visit the Landesarchiv Berlin, email: email@example.com
Address Books of Koenigsberg - Adressbuecher
Memorial Book - Gedenkbuch
Online Archive of the Arolsen Archives
The Arolsen Archives are an international center on Nazi persecution with the world’s most comprehensive archive on the victims and survivors of Nazi persecution (incl. Jewish DPs after the war).