JudaicaLink extracts structural information from various sources, making their described concepts as well as the relations between them accessible as Linked Open Data with stable URIs in the following datasets.
|Stolpersteine in Mainz||
The stumbling blocks are a project of the artist Gunter Demnig, which began in 1992. The small commemorative plaques laid in the ground are intended to commemorate the fate of people persecuted, murdered, deported, expelled or driven into suicide during the National Socialist era: Jews, people from the resistance, homosexuals, victims of euthanasia and other religious and ethnic groups.
|Persons from DBPedia||
List of persons from DBpedia.
|Eine Jüdische Familie aus Aschaffenburg||
The information regarding Hirsch family is gathered by Jüdische Leben in Unterfranken - Biographische Datenbank e.V. (Jewish Life in Lower Franconia - Biographical Database e.V. ).
|Geographical Coordinates||This dataset contains all the geo-coordinates of all the cities which are stated in the JudaicaLink datasets either as birth location or death location. All these coordinates as well as their GND-ids are extracted from GND entries of the corresponding cities when available.|
|Persons from GND||
Persons from the Common Authority File (Gemeinsame Normdatei, GND) of the German National Library.
Links between JudaicaLink entities and persons.
|Biographisches Handbuch der Rabbiner||
The Biographisches Handbuch der Rabbiner is an online encyclopedia provided by the Salomon L. Steinheim-Institute for German-Jewish history at the University of Duisburg-Essen, edited by Michael Brocke and Julius Carlebach.
|Encyclopedia of Russian Jewry||
Rujen.ru provides an Internet version of the Encyclopedia of Russian Jewry, which is published in Moscow since 1994, giving a comprehensive, objective picture of the life and activity of the Jews of Russia, the Soviet Union and the CIS.
|Das Jüdische Hamburg||
Das Jüdische Hamburg contains articles in German by notable scholars about persons, locations and events of the history of Jewish communities in Hamburg.
The YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe, courtesy of the YIVO Institute of Jewish Research, NY.
|Links to external sources||
Links from JudaicaLink entities to external data sources.