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  1. Flüchtlinge I

    1. Sammlungen
    2. Grossmann, Kurt (Demokr. Flüchtlingsfürsorge, Emigration, Wiedergutm.)

    Denkschriften zur Flüchtlingsfrage 1936-1945 (hektographisch und maschinenschriftlich): unter anderem Memoranden des Tschechoslowakischen Nationalkomitees für deutsche Flüchtlinge 1936; Flüchtlingsstatus nach den Beschlüssen der Internationalen Konferenz für Asylrecht, Paris, 20./21. Juni 1937, Exposé über Auswanderung nach Bolivien, Nr. 5/1938 der Correspondance de Génève zur Konferenz von Evian; Emmanuel Celler, Entrance of Refugees Into the United States, Rede am 24. Januar 1944 im Repräsentanten-Haus (Sonderdruck aus Congress Record): Einwanderungspolitik der USA, statistische Angaben, ...

  2. Jewish Refugee Alliance in Switzerland / Union of Jewish Refugees in Switzerland Jüdischer Flüchtlingsverband in der Schweiz / Union Jüdischer Flüchtlinge in der Schweiz

    The collection pertains to the activities of the Jewish Refugee Alliance in Switzerland / Union of Jewish Refugees in Switzerland during the immediate postwar period, 1945-1948.

  3. Committee for Jewish Refugee Assistance "HICEM," Zagreb Hilfskomitee für jüdischen Flüchtlinge HICEM-Odbor za pomoc židovskim izbeglicam, Zagreb (Fond 1430)

    Records related to the activities of the Zagreb Office of the HICEM Committee in Yugoslavia. The Zagreb office of HICEM gained importance after the Anschluss in 1938, when Austrian and German Jews tried to flee Europe, joined in smaller numbers by Czech, Polish, and Hungarian Jews. HICEM Zagreb registered and sheltered the refugees during their temporary stay in Yugoslavia, and took care of their everyday needs. HICEM also advised them about visas, transportation routes, tickets, and prepared them for emigration, in the process providing many with financial aid. The collection contains exte...

  4. Committee for Jewish Refugee Assistance "HICEM," Zagreb Hilfskomitee für jüdischen Flüchtlinge HICEM-Odbor za pomoc židovskim izbeglicam, Zagreb (Fond 1430)

    1. Russian State Military Archives (Osobyi) records

    Records related to the activities of the Zagreb Office of the HICEM Committee in Yugoslavia. The Zagreb office of HICEM gained importance after the Anschluss in 1938, when Austrian and German Jews tried to flee Europe, joined in smaller numbers by Czech, Polish, and Hungarian Jews. HICEM Zagreb registered and sheltered the refugees during their temporary stay in Yugoslavia, and took care of their everyday needs. HICEM also advised them about visas, transportation routes, tickets, and prepared them for emigration, in the process providing many with financial aid. The collection contains exte...

  5. Liste betr. Juden, die beim Nachlasskomitee for europäische

    1. Registrierung und Betreuung von DPs innerhalb und außerhalb von Lagern
    2. Erfassung von befreiten ehemaligen Verfolgten an unterschiedlichen Orten (F18-Listen)
    3. Registrierungen von ehemaligen Verfolgten in Asien

    Liste betr. Juden, die beim Nachlasskomitee for europäische Flüchtlinge (Relief Committee for European Refugees) in Bangkok, Siam, gemeldet waren.

  6. Eva Ebin collection

    Contains postwar identification documents issued to Eva Szegel Ebin, including a certificate ("Igazolvany") dated 6 August 1945 stating that Eva Veronika Szegel of Munkacs was liberated at Lenzing by "the glorious army" and requesting military and civilian assistance for bearer to travel from Budapest to Munkacs; an "Ausweis-Certification" (provisional identification card) issued by U.S. Army military government in Schärfling, Austria on 4 June 1945, stating that Eva Szegel, internee Nr. 853, was imprisoned from 24 May 1944 until 4 May 1945, and was liberated from Mauthausen concentration c...

  7. Eva Ebin collection

    1. Eva Ebin collection

    Contains postwar identification documents issued to Eva Szegel Ebin, including a certificate ("Igazolvany") dated 6 August 1945 stating that Eva Veronika Szegel of Munkacs was liberated at Lenzing by "the glorious army" and requesting military and civilian assistance for bearer to travel from Budapest to Munkacs; an "Ausweis-Certification" (provisional identification card) issued by U.S. Army military government in Schärfling, Austria on 4 June 1945, stating that Eva Szegel, internee Nr. 853, was imprisoned from 24 May 1944 until 4 May 1945, and was liberated from Mauthausen concentration c...