1. Зональный государственный архив в г. Бобруйске

    • Regional State Archive in Bobruysk
    • Bobruisk Zonal State Archives
    • Zonalnyi Gosudarstvennyi Arkhiv v g. Bobruyskie
    • Belarus
    • ul. K. Libknekhta 59, Bobruysk, Mogilev oblast
  2. Υπηρεσία Αναζητήσεων Ελληνικού Ερυθρού Σταυρού

    • Hellenic Red Cross Tracing Department
    • Ypiresia Anazitiseon Ellinikou Erithrou Stavrou
    • Greece
    • C Septemvriou 21, Athens, Attica
  3. Flyktingsektionen

    • Sections on Refugees
    • Riksarkivet
    • 03/05
    • Swedish
    • 1920-1980
    • 45.6 Hyllmeter.

    Vid årsskiftet 1940/1941 ombildades den sedan 1933 verksamma Hjälpkommittén till ett inom församlingen integrerat organ, Flyktingsektionen, inom församlingens understödsnämnd. Understödsnämndens övriga verksamhet bedrevs av dess allmänna sektion. Flyktingsektionen bestod av församlingens föreståndare och rabbiner samt fyra av församlingen valda ledamöter. Sektionen hade till en början två avdelningar: emigrations- och understödsavdelningen samt barnavdelningen. I början av 1945 tillsatte församlingens fullmäktige en "Kommitté för utlands- och efterkrigshjälp", som i sin tur tillsatte ett ar...

  4. Commissions, Committees and Conferences

    The sub-series contains files relating to an interdepartmental committee to consider a scheme of public works (90/108/1); the International Congress for Criminal and Social Medicine (90/108/6); the League of Nations Advisory Committee on Social Questions, formerly the International Convention for the Suppression of Traffic in Women and Children (90/108/12-90/108/19). It also includes files on the Evian Conference and Inter-Governmental Committee on Refugees (90/108/7 – 90/108/10), commissions of inquiry and conferences relating to borstal institution for females (90/108/3); and files on the...

  5. Michael Marrus fonds

    Fonds consists of correspondence, news clippings, reports, reviews, appointment calendars, and other records relating to Michael R. Marrus’s education, academic career, publishing record and university and community service. In particular, records document Prof. Marrus’s prestigious career as a historian of the Holocaust and an expert on the relationships between Christians and Jews (predominantly in France) during World War Two, and also document his involvement in ongoing concerns in the Jewish community, both pertaining to faith and Zionism. In particular, Prof. Marrus’s extensive publis...

  6. Publishing

    Series consists of records relating to Prof. Marrus’s vast publishing record. In particular, files pertain to specific publication projects (predominantly book projects), and include contracts, reviews, and correspondence with publishers, literary agents and readers. Few files include research notes. Files are arranged chronologically by publication date, with a general file of reviews at the end.Publications documented in these files• The politics of assimilation: a study of the French Jewish community at the time of the Dreyfus affair (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1971).• Vichy et les Jui...

  7. M.20 - Archive of Dr. Abraham Silberschein, Geneva: Documentation regarding relief to persecuted Jews, 1939-1951

    M.20 - Archive of Dr. Abraham Silberschein, Geneva: Documentation regarding relief to persecuted Jews, 1939-1951 Born in 1882, in Lwow, Poland, Dr. Abraham Silberschein was an attorney who dedicated himself to public service. He was one of the outstanding leaders of the Labor Zionist movement in Poland, and in 1922, he was elected by the movement to serve in the Polish Sejm as the Labor Zionist representative . In 1930 he arrived in Geneva as a representative to the Zionist Congress. Due to the outbreak of World War II, Dr. Silberschein did not return to Poland, but he remained in Switzerla...

  8. P.13 - Archive of Benjamin Sagalowitz , head of the press agency of the Union of Jewish Communities in Switzerland, 1929-1969

    P.13 - Archive of Benjamin Sagalowitz , head of the press agency of the Union of Jewish Communities in Switzerland, 1929-1969 The estate of Benjamin Sagalowitz was submitted to Yad Vashem by B. Froehlich, the executor of the estate in 1972; it was transferred to Israel by Herbert Rosenkranz. In the Record Group: - Drafts and galley proofs of Benjamin Sagalowitz's book, "The Way to Majdanek"; - Documentation regarding the Jewish communities in Switzerland, 1929-1956; - Documentation regarding JUNA, 1935-1964; - Documentation regarding the attitude of the Swiss authorities towards the Jewish ...

  9. M.4 - Bulletins of the Vaad Hahatzalah (Rescue Council) of the Jewish Agency for Eretz Israel, 1937-1959

    M.4 - Bulletins of the Vaad Hahatzalah (Rescue Council) of the Jewish Agency for Eretz Israel, 1937-1959 There are 220 files in the record group, which includes various publications, such as bulletins, reports, letters and surveys, containing information regarding the condition of the Jews in occupied Europe during World War II. The information was gathered, collated and distributed by Jewish organizations in Eretz Israel, Turkey (Istanbul) and Switzerland during the war and the early postwar years. Some of the communications were intended for distribution solely among the members of the or...

  10. 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"...

  11. P.3 -Isaac Weissman Archive: Documentation of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) in Lisbon P.3 -

    P.3 -Yitzchak Weisman Archive: Documentation of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) in Lisbon Isaac Weissman was the WJC representative in Lisbon; he was active in providing assistance to refugees and participating in rescue operations. This Record Group includes Weissman's correspondence from Portugal with the WJC office in New York, diplomatic representatives in Portugal and private individuals and other organizations, 1942-1967.

  12. P.4 - Dr. Eliezer Yerushalmi Collection: Documentation from the Siauliai Ghetto

    P.4 - Dr. Eliezer Yerushalmi Collection: Documentation from the Siauliai Ghetto Dr. Eliezer Yerushalmi was born in Gorodishche (Horodyszcze), Belorussia, in 1900. He studied Science and Hebrew Literature at Kaunas University, and worked as a teacher, always conducting his educational activities in Hebrew. An active member of the Zeirei Zion movement and Hechalutz, he served as a teacher and principal at the school in the Siauliai Ghetto from 1941. He described his work in the ghetto in his book, "Children of the Holocaust". Dr. Yerushalmi served as a technical advisor to the Judenrat, colle...

  13. P.36 - Saly Mayer Archive: Documentation regarding the activities of Saly Mayer, President of the SIG (Union of Jewish Communities in Switzerland), on behalf of the Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

    P.36 - Saly Mayer Archive: Documentation regarding the activities of Saly Mayer, President of the SIG (Union of Jewish Communities in Switzerland), on behalf of the Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) The documentation is from 1939-1950. Most of the documentation describes the activities of Saly Mayer as the (unofficial) representative of the JDC in Switzerland during World War II. Saly Mayer transferred JDC funds to persecuted Jews in Europe and Shanghai in various ways. He also distributed money for the care of the Jewish refugees in Switzerland. As part of his activities, he received info...

  14. P.22 - The Dr. Nathan Eck Collection, holocaust researcher, 1938-1976

    P.22 - The Dr. Nathan Eck Collection, holocaust researcher, 1938-1976 In the collection there are files from the private archive of Dr. Nathan Eck. Description of the collection: The documentation mainly deals with research on various aspects of the Holocaust period in Poland and France. There are research papers, testimonies, newspaper clippings, correspondence and documentation concerning the emigration of Jews to Latin American countries. About Dr. Nathan Eck: - Dr. Nathan Eck was born in Janow, Poland, 19 March 1896. He was a Gordonia youth movement activist and a Zionist activist, as w...

  15. O.22- The Mecker Collection: Letters and newspaper clippings from the "Forverts" newspaper published in New York regarding the search for relatives, 1940-1951

    O.22- The Mecker Collection: Letters and newspaper clippings from the "Forverts" newspaper published in New York regarding the search for relatives, 1940-1951 J. Mecker was one of the editors of the "Forverts" newspaper published (in Yiddish) in New York. Between 1945 and 1951 Mecker collected letters and written testimonies sent to the newspaper by Holocaust survivors. Some of this documentation appeared in the newspaper. Newspaper clippings as well as manuscripts of letters and testimonies that were not published in the newspapers were submitted to Yad Vashem by Ms. Rachel Auerbach in 195...

  16. 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...

  17. O.12 - Perlman Collection: Testimonies of refugees from Poland who arrived in Eretz Israel, 1942-1943

    O.12- Perlman Collection: Testimonies of refugees from Poland who arrived in Eretz Israel, 1942-1943 The Perlman Collection consists of 64 testimonies gathered by Jewish Agency representatives during the years 1942-1943, mainly from Jews who arrived to Eretz Israel during World War II. Most of the testimonies were given by Jews who held Mandatory Palestine citizenship, were married to Mandatory Palestine citizens or were related to them. These Jews were included in exchange agreements of foreign citizens for German citizens, and they succeeded in reaching Eretz Israel. Another group of witn...