Yep. Links looks likeJeff Leach wrote:I've downloaded about 2000 pages, one page as at a time. It wasn't a complete waste of time because I was forced looked at each document, allowing some intial evaluation of them.
After some trial and error, I settled on naming folders
fXXX opXXX dXXX.
URL - image location host
***Transfer name*** is unique name of some internal routine between archive and ELAR company
046 - fond (fund)
2404 - opis (list)
29 - delo (dossier)
3 - page
Title page 1 always is omitted.
In some dossiers there can be .JPG instead of .jpg extensions
for each dossier only page numbers differs. Sometimes gaps in numeration presents. Not sure why it happens. Maybe there were some technical pages erased laer or something else.
Nope, it's not the biggest problem.It is the documents from the 'd = delo' that are collected in each folder. The documents in each folder had to be given new numbers to make sure the pages of each document were keep together.
The biggest problem with the search engine is that it will only display 100 documents at a time.
The biggest problem is to collect *Transfer names*. That's why they are excluded from my index
Heh.. You never knows when you need it ))Mass downloading isn't an issue for me. I have about 220,000 pages of wartime German documents and after 5 five year, I have only looked at about 10% and read maybe 2 - 3 %.
I have about 0.5Tb of those pages. I read maybe less than 1%, but I actively using them in browsing when I make some research.
Yes, I can see some missed maps for the 9th Army 1941. But frankly not muchSorry been rambling. What I wanted to say is I hope AMVAS will share some the hidden files. Any dealing with South or Southwest Front 22 June 1941 - 30 October 1941 would be really appreciated.