Reichs Prosecutor´s Office of Česká Lípa

Language of Description
1 Jan 1938 - 31 Dec 1945
Level of Description
  • German
EHRI Partner

Extent and Medium

23,92 linear meters


The fonds was stored with the Office of the Public Prosecutor of Česká Lípa after 1945. It was taken into the archives in Jablonec nad Nisou in 1960. The fonds was arranged in 1962, already at the site in Liberec. Amendments to the fonds were processed in 1970. An index was created in 1963 for the personal files of higher-ranking employees.

Scope and Content

The fonds contains files of the judicial agenda from the district of the Land Court Česká Lípa from 1938–1945. General and collective files are preserved in the fonds, as well as staff files. Proper files of the criminal agenda capture cases relating to murders, suicides, robberies, moral and property offences, major road and rail accidents, unauthorised contact with prisoners etc. Index Js holds records of political offences which were forwarded to the People’s Court of Justice in Berlin (high treason, treason, sabotage). Individual cases relating to the Jewish population can be traced in the registers and indexes (inv. № 1–19, 192–275).

System of Arrangement

The fonds is structured into several groups: I. General files, II. Collective files, III. Personal files of employees, IV. Proper criminal agenda according to individual references. Criminal files with reference Ns were not preserved.

Finding Aids

  • Čenský F. – Veselý B.: Německé státní zastupitelství Česká Lípa, 1938 – 1945. Inventář, 1962, 20 s., ev. č. 238; Kolektiv autorů: Osobní spisy vyšších zaměstnanců u německých státních zastupitelství v oblasti tzv. Župy sudetské, 1938-1945 - Jmenný rejstřík. Rejstřík, 1963, 46 s., ev. č. 183.

Process Info

  • This archival description was created by the Jewish Museum in Prague in the framework of the cooperation between EHRI and the Yerusha project.


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