Collection of Nazi Occupation Documents of Various Provenance
6 linear meters
In 1968, the Ministry of the Interior handed over the collection to the State Archives in Litoměřice. In 1970, the collection was made accessible by an inventory list. An amendment to the collection was compiled in 2007.
Only individual items have been preserved with regards to the history of the Jews within the territory of the Sudetenland region. The file Private legal requirements towards emigrated Jews contains a letter from the Office of the Government President of 22.2.1940 (inv. № 78). The file Jews, 1941–1943 holds materials regarding pertinence of Protectorate Jews under the Reich Association of Jews, use of means of transport by Jews, introduction of the obligation of Jews to be labelled as such and requests for waiving of this (inv. № 96). The file Anti-Semitic acts and measures, 1939 contains instructions for introduction of the Nurnberg laws within the territory of the Sudetenland and discussion on a ban on Jews being allowed to be present in public places (parks) in Ústí nad Labem (inv. № 140).
The collection is structured according to the rules of the Statistical and Registration Department of Main Administration of State Security in Prague. Files from the agenda of the Office of the Government President Ústí nad Labem are kept with the original call number.
Bechyně J. - Solská J.: Sbírka nacistických okupačních materiálů různé provenience, (1924)1938 - 1945. Inventář, 1970, 14 s., ev. č. 331.; Vladyková M.: Sbírka nacistických okupačních materiálů různé provenience - dodatky, (1903)1938-1945(1946). Inventář, 2007, 7 s., ev. č. 5376.
This archival description was created by the Jewish Museum in Prague in the framework of the cooperation between EHRI and the Yerusha project.