01.1 | Alfred Dillmann, head of the ‘Zigeunerzentrale’ [‘Gypsy Central Office’] that was established at the Munich Police Directorate in 1899, published the ‘Zigeunerbuch’ [‘gypsy register’] in 1905. The register was intended for official use and printed in an edition of 7,000 copies. Its principal aim was to assist the police authorities in identifying ‘gypsies’. It contained 3,350 names, with 613 individuals described in detail. Photographs of a further 32 individuals were listed in the Annex.