Eesti Julgeoleku Politsei (Julgeolekupolitsei ja SD Eestis grupp B, Tallinn-Harju Prefektuuri Poliitilne Politsei)
- German Security Police and SD in Estonia, Group B (Estonian Security Police); Political Police of Tallinn-Harju Prefecture
- Sicherheitspolizei und SD in Estland, Gruppe B (Estnische Sicherheitspolizei); Präfektur Reval-Harrien/Politische Polizei
2,122 records in 9 series; original bounded paper documents.
This fonds includes documents of the German Security Police; the collection remained in Estonia after the Second World War and has been transferred to the National Archives of Estonia, Estonian State Archives.
The fonds contains different kinds of documentation from the German Security Police, including circulars, correspondence, reports, staff documentation, and investigation materials. Relevant materials contain mainly data concerning repressions against Estonian residents, including Roma, the executions of Estonian Jews, and places of imprisonment (unofficially named "Concentration Camps").
For example: circulars from Security police, reports (e.g. list of Jews, executed before 6.10.1941), investigation files of arrested Jews, see here. There is less chance to find data concerning Concentration Camps in Estonia, which were subordinated to the SS Economic and Administrative Main Office.
This archival fonds includes original documents of German Security Police in Estonia (1941-1944), which are divided into 9 series:
Ringkirjad, käskkirjad, juhised / circulars, decrees, guidelines
Kirjavahetus, telefonogrammid / correspondence
Ettekanded, ülevaated / reports, Reviews
Lendlehed, üleskutsed / leaflets, proclamations
Aruanded / reports
Isikute nimekirjad / personal lists
Isikkoosseisu dokumendid / staff documents
Juurdlusmaterjalid / investigation materials
Registratuurraamatud / books of registration
For further information, see here.
It is possible to order copies, digital copies and to take photos (without flash). (Price list of copies)[http://riigi.arhiiv.ee/public/koopiate_hinnakiri.pdf]
Entry added on October 9, 2014 by Meelis Maripuu, based on finding aids available at the homepage of the Estonian State Archives, printed finding aids, and personal research experiences.
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