Fünfbrunnen (Cinqfontaines)

Identifier
FMD-002
Language of Description
English
Dates
1940-1947
Level of Description
Series
Languages
  • German
Scripts
  • Latin
Source
EHRI

Extent and Medium

not given in the finding aid

Biographical History

The records of the "Fünfbrunnen (Cinqfontaines)" were transferred to the National Archives of Luxembourg. The series "Fünfbrunnen (Cinqfontaines)" has been integrated into the subfonds "Microfilms Divers".

Scope and Content

Records related to the Fünfbrunnen concentration camp: name lists of Jews deported from Luxembourg to occupied Poland, SiPo reports on arrested Jews and resistance members,

Correspondence and documents relating to the occupants of the Jewish elder people's home Fünfbrunnen close to Ulflingen. General inquiries of the Consistory of the Jewish community in Luxembourg at the Task force of the Security Police (Einsatzkommando der Sicherheitspolizei), the Chief of Civil Administration (Chef der Zivilverwaltung) and the Gestapo. Further the fonds contains documents relating to emigration and deportation of the Jewish community in Luxembourg, in particular the transports to Lodz/Poland on 16th October 1941, then to Izbica / Poland on 23rd April 1942, to Auschwitz on 12th July 1942 and to Theresienstadt on 26th July, 28th July 1942.

Documents relating to emigration and deportation of the Jewish community in Luxembourg, in particular the transports to Lodz / Poland on 16 October 1941, after Izbica / Poland on 23 April 1942, after Chemnitz on 12 July 1942 and to Theresienstadt on July 26, and July 28, 1942

Existence and Location of Copies

  • There is a copy of selected records (3 microfilm reels) from the National Archives of Luxembourg from the record group Fünfbrunnen (Cinqfontaines) in the collection of the United Sates Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC, RG-70.001M.

  • The list of the transports of Jews from Luxembourg deported to Theresienstadt, Auschwitz, Izbica and Litzmannstadt are in copy in Yad Vashem (File Number: 1009; Item ID: 7307746).

Archivist Note

Entry selected by AA.

Sources

  • Die Verfolgung und Ermordung der europäischen Juden durch das nationalsozialistische Deutschland 1933-1945 / Katja Happe, Michael Mayer, Maja Peyers, (eds.,), - Vol. 5, München: Oldenbourg, 2012.

Rules and Conventions

EHRI Guidelines for Description v.1.0

Dates of Descriptions

30 December 2014