1. Spain

    • ES
  2. Spanienkämpfer-Sammlung

    • Spain Fighters Collection

    Die Sammlung umfasst Unterlagen (Kopien amtlicher Dokumente, Fotos, Briefe, Zeitungsartikel, autobiographische Texte) über die Beteiligung von Österreichern am Spanischen Bürgerkrieg. Waren zu Beginn der Tätigkeit Dokumente von nur rund 50 ehemaligen Spanienkämpfern in den allgemeinen Beständen des DÖW vorhanden, umfasst die Spanien-Dokumentation nun Quellenmaterial über mehr als 1.000 Österreicher im Spanischen Bürgerkrieg. Rund 400 Personen sind nur über Hinweise erfasst. Die Sammlung wird durch die Spezialbibliothek "Spanischer Bürgerkrieg" ergänzt.

  3. Correspondence on Jewish refugees from Poland in Spain, 1942

    Correspondence on Jewish refugees from Poland in Spain, 1942 Correspondence on Jewish refugees from Poland in Spain and in particular on the discrimination against them in receiving material and consular help from Polish authorities and organizations, 1942; list of names of Jewish refugees.

  4. Correspondence and papers regarding Nazis in Spain (mostly microfilm)

    Correspondence relating to Nazis in Spain, 1933-1936; comprising: I: Correspondence of NSDAP officials of the Landesgruppe Spanien (Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid) and the Auslandsorganisation (Berlin, Hamburg) concerning the activities and sentiments of individuals and of the firms in Spain, arrangements for film propaganda; II: copies of a large number of letters and other documents, originating from the Landesgruppe Spanien and its sub-divisions, the Auslandsorganisation, the German embassy in Madrid and the German consulate in Barcelona, dealing with the same subjects as above, and also to t...

  5. A drive to survival: Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal, 1940

    Contains Joseph Shadur's memoir, 79 pages, entitled "A Drive to Survival," describing: his childhood in prewar Berlin, Germany and Antwerp, Belgium; his family's escape from Nazi-occupied Europe in their 1938 Oldsmobile, first to Bruges, then to France in May 1940 and then to Spain and Portugal in December 1940; the voyage to the United States aboard the American Export Lines"S.S. Exeter;" life in St. Paul, Minnesota; his trip to France in March 1995 to revisit his former home in Bruges as well as several boyhood friends; and his trip in March 1996 to the Hendaye bridge on the French-Spanis...

  6. Selected Records from the Archive of the Foreign Ministry of Spain

    Contains information relating to European refugees (including Jews) in Spain during the Holocaust.

  7. Correspondence on Jewish refugees from Poland in Spain, 1943 - 1945

    Correspondence on Jewish refugees from Poland in Spain, 1943 - 1945 Correspondence on Jewish refugees from Poland in Spain and in particular on the discrimination against them in receiving material and consular help from Polish authorities and organizations, 1943 - 1945; list of names of Jewish refugees.

  8. Telegrams and correspondence of the War Refugee Board (WRB) in Washington and various US Embassies regarding rescue attempts, caring for refugees and obtaining visas in Spain and Portugal, 1944 PORTUGAL & SPAIN MAY - NOV. 1944

    Telegrams and correspondence of the War Refugee Board (WRB) in Washington and various US Embassies regarding rescue attempts, caring for refugees and obtaining visas in Spain and Portugal, 1944 Pages 1-3: Telegram from the War Refugee Board (WRB) to the US Embassy in Bern regarding Jews with Portuguese citizenship presently in Greece and in danger of deportation, 06 May 1944; Pages 4-6: Telegram from the WRB to the US Embassy in Lisbon regarding US efforts to influence the Spanish and Portuguese Governments to permit the transfer of refugees from Greece and the Balkans to Spain and Portugal...

  9. Correspondence with Jewish organizations and the Polish authorities regarding discrimination against refugees from Poland in Portugal and Spain, 1944-1945

    Correspondence with Jewish organizations and the Polish authorities regarding discrimination against refugees from Poland in Portugal and Spain, 1942-1943 Correspondence with representatives of the JDC, HICEM, additional Jewish organizations and the Polish authorities regarding discrimination against Jewish refugees from Poland in Portugal and Spain in the provision of material and consular help by the Polish authorities; attitude of the Poles to Jews in these countries; and food parcels sent by the JDC to Poland, 1942-1943.

  10. Correspondence with Jewish organizations and the Polish authorities regarding discrimination against refugees from Poland in Portugal and Spain, 1942-1943

    Correspondence with Jewish organizations and the Polish authorities regarding discrimination against refugees from Poland in Portugal and Spain, 1942-1943 Correspondence with representatives of the JDC, HICEM, additional Jewish organizations and the Polish authorities regarding discrimination against Jewish refugees from Poland in Portugal and Spain in the provision of material and consular help by the Polish authorities; attitude of the Poles to Jews in these countries; and food parcels sent by the JDC to Poland, 1942-1943.

  11. List of escapees from Westerbork camp who arrived in Spain, 05 June 1944

    List of escapees from Westerbork camp who arrived in Spain, 05 June 1944 The list contains the names of 39 escapees. The page numbers do not necessarily correspond with the frame numbers in the scan. The list/s contain approximately 39 names

  12. Doctoral thesis (manuscript) by Chaim Avni entitled "Rescue of Jews via Spain and Portugal"

    Doctoral thesis (manuscript) by Chaim Avni entitled "Rescue of Jews via Spain and Portugal" The thesis was written as part of a doctoral program at the Hebrew University.

  13. Hitler Youth educational filmstrip with lidded canister about the Luftwaffe corps who fought for the Fascists in Spain

    • Legion Condor [Condor Legion] Bildband fur die Schulung in der HJ. [Filmstrip for Training in the HJ.]
    • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    • irn36073
    • English
    • a : 1.375 diam. x 1.625 in. (3.493 diam. x 4.128 cm.) b : 1.750 x 1.625 x 1.625 in. (4.445 x 4.128 x 4.128 cm.) c : 0.750 x 1.625 x 1.625 in. (1.905 cm.) a. Rolled 35mm filmstrip. b. Short, gray textured paper covered cardboard container tube with an open top. The sides curve under at the bottom edge to secure a white round cardboard insert; the sides have some brown stains. A rectangular white paper label with the title in German fraktur printed in black ink is adhered to the side. The interior has a light brown cardboard sleeve with semi-circular openings on either side. c. Small, circular gray textured paper covered cardboard lid with a slightly recessed top. The Hitler Youth emblem, a black swastika within a red and white diamond, with German text around the border are printed in black ink on the top. The top is partially detached from the edge. Filmstrips (lcsh)

    Propaganda filmstrip shown to Hitler Youth groups about the exploits of the Condor Legion, an air division that supported the Fascists in the Spanish Civil war, 1936-1939. The Propaganda Office of the Reich Youth Leadership produced a series of 35mm filmstrips in the late 1930s for distribution to Hitler Youth chapters. They were shown at gatherings and used to recruit and indoctrinate members in the ideology of Hitler and the Nazi Party. On December 1, 1936, the Reich Youth Leadership, under Baldur von Schirach, became an autonomous organization accountable only to Hitler. Membership in th...

  14. Death certificate of Herman Jacob Schwarz, born in Tarnopol, who perished in an accident during his attempt to cross the border of France and Spain, 06/1943

    Death certificate of Herman Jacob Schwarz, born in Tarnopol, who perished in an accident during his attempt to cross the border of France and Spain, 06/1943

  15. Memoirs of the monk P. Marie-Benoit regarding his help in rescuing Jews from France, Italy, Spain and additional countries, 1940-1944

    Memoirs of the monk P. Marie-Benoit regarding his help in rescuing Jews from France, Italy, Spain and additional countries, 1940-1944 Memoirs regarding the activities of P. Marie-Benoit, Resume de mon activite en faveur des juifs persecutes 1940-1944, in Marseilles and Rome; contacts with Jewish organizations and Government institutions in European countries, North Africa and the United States; rescue plans of Jews in the Italian area and their unsuccessful attempts; situation of the refugees in Italy and the fate of Italian Jewry.

  16. Dr. Abraham Silberschein Archive: Exchange of letters with Yitzhak Weisman in Lisbon regarding diplomatic assistance to Jewish refugees in Portugal and Spain and regarding organizing the work done by the World Jewish Congress (WJC) and the Jewish Agency in Lisbon

    Dr. Abraham Silberschein Archive: Exchange of letters with Yitzhak Weisman in Lisbon regarding diplomatic assistance to Jewish refugees in Portugal and Spain and regarding organizing the work done by the World Jewish Congress (WJC) and the Jewish Agency in Lisbon Also in the file: - Copies of letters to WJC members in New York and London; - Copies of letters to Dr. Nahum Goldmann and Dr. Aryeh Tartakower regarding the situation of refugees in Spain, 08 July 1943, and in Portugal, 16 October 1943 and 05 January 1944; - Copy of a letter to Dr. A. L. Kubowitzky regarding refugees in Italy, 18 ...

  17. Letter from government advisor SS-Sturmbannfuehrer Friedrich Suhr, regarding reports from the German Consulate General in Casablanca concerning the prevention of the emigration of Jewish refugees from Spain to the United States

    Letter from government advisor SS-Sturmbannfuehrer Friedrich Suhr, regarding reports from the German Consulate General in Casablanca concerning the prevention of the emigration of Jewish refugees from Spain to the United States Letter from government advisor SS-Sturmbannfuehrer Friedrich Suhr, head of the II A 3 office of compensations in the head office of security, to Dannecker, with an announcement regarding the transfer of two reports to him from the German Consulate General in Casablanca, concerning the prevention of the emigration of Jewish refugees from Spain to the United States.

  18. Communications report regarding the attitude of the International Commission of Jurists that acts as an advisory body for the United Nations and UNESCO in Geneva towards legislative changes regarding freedom of the press and communications in Spain, 1966

    Communications report regarding the attitude of the International Commission of Jurists that acts as an advisory body for the United Nations and UNESCO in Geneva towards legislative changes regarding freedom of the press and communications in Spain, 1966 The notice was published by the Union of Austrian Volunteers in the Spanish Republic, 1936-1939 and Friends of Democratic Spain (Vereinigung Oesterreichische Freiwiilger in der Spanischen Republik 1936-1939 und Freunde des Demokratischen Spanien).