1. P.15 - Rabbi Eli Munk Archives: Correspondence regarding the situation of the Jewish refugees in Germany during the early post-Holocaust years

    P.15 - Rabbi Eli Munk Archives: Correspondence regarding the situation of the Jewish refugees in Germany during the early post-Holocaust years Rabbi Eli Munk was the son of Rabbi Azriel Munk, the rabbi of the Adass Yisroel community, the separatist Orthodox congregation in Berlin. In 1938, he emigrated to England and established a community of former German Jews in Golders Green, London, serving as its leader. He was active in Jewish affairs and organized, among other projects, camps for Jewish youth. Along with his brother, Rabbi Yechiel Aryeh Munk, he edited the book, "Faithful Testimony"...

  2. P.32 - Collection of Hansi and Joel Brand, activists in the Relief and Rescue Committee in Budapest during World War II P.32 -

    P.32 - Collection of Hansi and Joel Brand, activists in the Relief and Rescue Committee in Budapest during World War II Biographies of Joel Jenő Brand and his wife Hansi (Hartmann) Brand Joel Brand was born in Naszód, Transylvania in 1906. In 1934, after a stay in Germany, he settled in Budapest, Hungary, where he joined the Poalei Zion Party. In 1935 he married Hansi Hartmann and together they set up a glove factory. In 1942 Joel and Hansi were among the founders of the Relief and Rescue Committee, the Budapest-based underground organization, which worked on behalf of Jewish refugees in Hu...

  3. Bergen-Belsen related records

  4. Erna and Herman Meyer collection

    The collection consists of a wallet and documents relating to the experiences of Erna Landau before the war when she emigrated from Rhede, Germany, to Great Britain in 1938 and of photographs relating to the experiences of Herman Meyer and his extended family in the Netherlands and then in Kenya where they lived as refugees during World War II.

  5. Luxembourg

    • LU
  6. Netherlands

    • NL
  7. Portugal

    • PT
  8. Maison d'Izieu, mémorial des enfants juifs exterminés

    • Maison d'Izieu, Memorial to the annihilated Jewish children
    • France
    • 70 route de Lambraz, Izieu
  9. Jewish Museum London

    • United Kingdom
    • Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street,, London, London
  10. Wiener Wiesenthal Institut für Holocaust-Studien

    • Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies
    • VWI
    • Austria
    • Desider-Friedmann-Platz 1/18, Wien
  11. Executive Files

    Consists of correspondence of the Relief Department (and includes some material related to the Rescue Department) along with files of the Relief Committee, Arieh Tartakower, Kalman Stein, and Kurt R. Grossman. Also included are files from the Courses on Jewish Social Work, a training program for social workers planning to help displaced Jews in Europe that was sponsored by the WJC in 1945. Box D1. Folder 1. World Jewish Congress, relief work, reports and drafts, 1939-1941 Box D1. Folder 2. World Jewish Congress, relief work, memos and reports, 1942-1943 Box D1. Folder 3. World Jewish Congre...

  12. Alphabetical Files, A-Z

    Box H1. Folder 1. Aden, 1947-1948 Box H1. Folder 2. Aden, 1958-1968 Box H1. Folder 3. Aden, Aden Chronicle, Messa, Bentob, 1960-1967 Box H1. Folder 4. Aden, disturbances, 1947-1948 Box H1. Folder 5. Aden, Jewish Emergency Committee, 1947-1949 Box H1. Folder 6. Aden, Kubowitzki, Aryeh L., mission, 1949 Box H1. Folder 7. Aden, Messa, Bentob, 1965, 1967 Box H1. Folder 8. Aden, Organization Department, 1947-1950 Box H1. Folder 9. Aden, Organization Department, 1951-1952 Box H1. Folder 10. Aden, Organization Department, 1953-1959 Box H1. Folder 11. Aden, Political Department, 1956, 1958-1962 Box...

  13. Velikie lozhi evreiskogo ordena "Bnei-Brit" v lugoslavii i Gretsii i ikh dochernie lozhi

    • The Grand Lodges of B'nai B'rith in Yugoslavia and Greece and their Affiliated Lodges (consolidated collection)

    The collection includes documents reflecting the activities of the Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith in Yugoslavia and its affiliated lodges "Serbia," "Sarajevo," and "Zagreb." These include circulars from leaders of the Grand Lodge to affiliated lodges; a register of proceedings of the "Serbia" lodge, and a list of its board members; brief biographical information oThe collection includes documents reflecting the activities of the Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith in Yugoslavia and its affiliated lodges "Serbia," "Sarajevo," and "Zagreb." These include circulars from leaders of the Grand Lodge to affi...

  14. Komitet pomoshchi evreiskim bezhentsam (g. Zagreb)

    • Odbor za pomoc židovskim izbeglicam (Zagreb); Committee for Aid to Jewish Refugees (Zagreb)

    The collection's contents are described in one inventory, which is arranged by structure and chronology. Deposited in the collection are documents connected with the activities of the Zagreb HICEM Committee regarding the reception, settling, and transport to third countries of Jewish refugees from Germany and Austria. It includes correspondence with HICEM committees in Austria, the United States, Britain, Germany, Italy, and other countries, and with the Union of Jewish Religious Communities of Yugoslavia, the German Jewish Aid Society, the Jewish religious community of Brody, the JDC, the ...

  15. Sbírka Československé školy ve Velké Británii

    • Collection of the Czechoslovak school in the United Kingdom
    • Národní archiv
    • 1578
    • English
    • 1941-1945
    • 1,3 linear metres of which 1,3 linear metres inventoried. The fonds is partially accessible.

    The collection consist of originals and copies of the various documents, such as copies of identity documents, birth certificates, writing pads, textbooks, school certificates, photographs, messages from teachers to parents (or to the legal representatives of children), memoirs, school notes, presentations and newspapers. These materials also relate to more than 670 mostly Jewish children saved by the Kindertransporte organised by Nicolas Winton and other rescuers.

  16. Office Files

    A major component of this subseries is correspondence with the WJC's British section and its Political Department director, Alexander L. Easterman. This subseries also contains a large section of files on the American Jewish Congress, the bulk of which covers the years 1950-1960. Box B47. Folder 1. Correspondence, 1947 Box B47. Folder 2. Correspondence, 1952, 1957-1958 Box B47. Folder 3. Correspondence, 1960-1967 Box B47. Folder 4. Correspondence, 1970-1975 Box B47. Folder 5. Advisory Council, Bronfman, Samuel, Germany, 1966 Box B47. Folder 6. Executive Committee, American branch, minutes, ...

  17. Location Service

    The Location Service files include lists of survivors, known dead, and inmates of concentration and refugee camps. The subseries also contains correspondence, reports, and other materials pertaining to displaced persons camps and survivors after the war. Box D46. Folder 1. Displaced persons location index, lists, memos, releases, 1942-1946 Box D46. Folder 2. Location service activity reports by Finkelstein, Chaim, 1943-1948 Box D46. Folder 3. Central roster, central registration, 1943-1945 Box D46. Folder 4. Central Location Index, 1944-1946 Box D46. Folder 5. American Red Cross, Washington...

  18. Publications

    Consists of publications (Jewish and non-Jewish, WJC and non- WJC), from various countries and organizations. There are also one or two subject files. Additional publications are scattered throughout the other subseries, but these publications were maintained as a separate subseries to preserve their provenance, as they were kept in that manner by WJC staff. Box H372. Folder 28. Great Britain, 1942, 1953 Box H372. Folder 29. Israel, Gesher, 1962 Box H372. Folder 30. Israel, World Conference on Jewish Education; An Interim Report, 1962 Box H373. Folder 1. Japan, The Seventh World Conference ...

  19. Correspondence with Bonn, Moritz Julius

    Comprising handwritten and typewritten letters the correspondence concerns an article Bonn had authored for The Wiener Library Bulletin, and the approach of influential individuals in West Germany, including its president Theodor Heuss.