This space was used for abbreviations representing the prisoner’s marital status, number of children, religion and nationality. First came the marital status, with an l for ledig (“single”), gesch for geschieden (“divorced”), verw for verwitwet (“widowed”) or v for verheiratet (“married”). Then, if the prisoner had no children, there was a line. If he had children, the precise number of children was listed. The next abbreviation indicated the prisoner’s religion: r.los for religionslose (“no religion”), rk for römisch-katholische (“Roman Catholic”), ev or ev.ref for evangelische (“Protestant”) and isr, mos or jud for Jewish prisoners. The nationality was noted last. This information is not found on the registry office cards from other camps.