Underground press Zespół podziemie-prasa konspiracyjna (Sygn. 230)

Language of Description
Alt. Identifiers
  • 1996.A.0222
  • RG-15.070M
1 Jan 1939 - 31 Dec 1966, 1 Jan 1940 - 31 Dec 1945
Level of Description
  • Polish
  • Hebrew
  • Yiddish
  • German
EHRI Partner

Extent and Medium

7 microfilm reels, 35 mm

Archival History

Żydowski Instytut Historyczny im. Emanuela Ringelbluma


Source of acquisition is the Żydowski Instytut Historyczny im. Emanuela Ringelbluma (ŻIH), Sygn. 230. ŻIH collected and compiled the newspapers, bulletins, and other documents from the Akcja Antyk (Akcja Antykomunistyczna) and various other sources and placed them in Syg. 230. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives acquired copies of the microfilm in 1996.

Scope and Content

Contains newspapers, bulletins, periodicals, reports, leaflets, radio announcements, essays, clandestine underground publications, and various other documents relating to the activities of the anti-Nazi underground movement in Poland during the German occupation from 1939 to 1945. The materials relate to underground and partisan group activities, persecution and extermination of Polish Jews, activities of communists, situations on the war front, and situations in the Jewish ghettos and concentration camps throughout Poland. A significant portion of the collection is made up of photocopies of documents from the Antyk Archiv.

System of Arrangement

The system of arrangement of the source repository has been preserved in the microfilmed reels. Arrangement is chronological. Files are organized as follow: Reel 1: file 1 - 26; Reel 2: file 27 - 56; Reel 3: file 57 - 105; Reel 4: file 106 - 120; Reel 5: file 121 - 148; Reel 6: file 149 - 175; and Reel 7: file 176 - 214.

Conditions Governing Reproduction

Copyright Holder: Żydowski Instytut Historyczny im. Emanuela Ringelbluma

Corporate Bodies



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