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Subject:
AUSG?
By:
torreserica
Date:
Feb 27, 2013, 10:46:58 pm
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Message:

in the deportation notes, what is AUSG an abbreviation for?

4 replies

birponcz
Posted: Mar 1, 2013 02:15:25 pm

It usually means "left" or "deported."

For more info on abbreviations and German words, see the Discussion topic further down in the Community Center called "Tipsheet: What do all these German words and abbreviations mean?"

torreserica
Posted: Mar 4, 2013 12:32:51 am

thank you so much this was really helpful :)

salazarl1989
Posted: Mar 7, 2013 10:19:10 pm

AUSG means that they were deported.

baseballsally
Posted: Nov 1, 2013 09:39:20 pm
And according to the list on the database on jwesihgen it means specifically to Chelmno - see:

Abbreviations in Lodz Names
German or Polish English
ABG + date Change of registration to new address
AG or A.G. + date Change of registration to new address, or deportation (to Chełmno);
AG may be used as an abbreviation of either "Abgang" or "Ausgang"
AGE (unknown)
A.M. (unknown)
ANG Change of registration to new address
AUSG + date Deportation (to Chełmno)
AUSG TR + date Deportation with transport number (to Chełmno)
DO Domicile
DOM Domicile
GEST Died
OMYLK WPIS Mistaken entry
PRZ do M + No. Moved to moved to app. no. in same house
PRZ dom + No. Moved to other house in same street
S. See, compare
SIEHE See, compare
UBERMEL Relocated
UM Relocated, moved
UMG Relocated, moved
WYM + date Change of registration to new address
ZAM Zameldowane = Registered in
ZMARL Died