Table of contents for German-Jewish surnames from the nineteenth century / by Lars Menk.

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Contents
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS	VII
INTRODUCTION	VIII
HOW TO USE THE DICTIONARY	XVI
Structure of Each Dictionary Entry	xvi
1) Etymology	xvi
2) before 1800	xvii
3) after 1800	xvii
Diphthongs	xviii
German ß	xix
Rare Spelling Variations	xix
ABOUT THIS DICTIONARY	XX
Geographical Scope	xx
Categories of Surnames	xx
Statistical Notes	xxii
The 60 Most Common Surnames	xxii
A SHORT HISTORY OF JEWISH SURNAMES IN GERMANY	IX
Jurisdictions and Dates for Mandated Surnames in Central Europe	xi
Historical Development of the Doncentration of Surnames in Some Areas	xiii
GLOSSARY	XXVIII
TRANSLITERATION OF HEBREW LETTERS	XXIX
ABBREVIATIONS	XXIX
General Abbreviations	xxix
Types of Surnames	xxix
Abbreviations for Location Names	xxx
German Federal States (1996) resp. Provinces of Prussia (1871)	xxx
German Districts (1996)	xxx
DICTIONARY													 1

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Names, Personal -- Jewish.
Names, Personal -- Germany.
Hebrew language -- Etymology -- Names.
German language -- Etymology -- Names.
Jews -- Germany -- History -- 19th century.