This registration desk was initially located in Eindhoven but was transferred to Amsterdam shortly after the liberation. The Registratiebureau was a division of the Joodse Coördinatie Commissie [Jewish Coordination Committee]. The lists indicate (although not everybody completed all items) first and last names, date and place of birth, new address, former address. The information was printed and made available at various places in the Netherlands in 1944-1945.
The official title of the lists is Centraal Registratiebureau voor Joden, Alphabetische lijst van zich in Nederland bevindende joden, lijst A1 en supplement A1 tot en met A9. Eindhoven and Amsterdam.