Records on the Holocaust in North Africa from the German Federal Archives Freiburg and Berlin
12 microfilm reels (digitized), 35 mm
Source of acquisition is the Bundesarchiv Berlin, Germany (Federal Archive). The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum received the filmed collection via the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum International Archival Programs Division in August 2018.
Records on German military actions in Tunis, and Africa, mostly administrated by Obersturmbannführer Walter Rauff, and secret reports on Africa and its Jewish population by the Reichssicherheitshauptamt, and Reichsführer SS. Includes war diaries of the German Naval Command North Africa and German Naval Command Tunisia, summary reports, radio messages from the combat area in Libya and from the battle area in North Africa, reports relating to political situation in Libya, Morocco, and to "Jewish questions" in South Africa, newspaper clippings and agency reports about the situation of Jews in the world, Freemasonry in France, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Switzerland, England, Austria, USA, Italy, Africa etc., records on measures against Jews of Italian nationality in Tunis, and relating to various general matters, as appointments, certificates, personal affairs, gifts, visits, transmission of telegrams, letters, etc., personnel matters of SS members (especially transfers, promotions, awards)
Arranged in two series by materials selected from particular source Archives, and organized by a signature number: 1. Federal Archives, Military Archive, Freiburg: R 901, RW 34, RW 2, RM 36, RL 26, RL 11, RH 15, RH 31-VIII, RH 27-10, RG-26-334, RH 26 999: 1. Federal Archives, Berlin: R 1001, R 69, R 58, R 43 II, NS 19.
Copyright Holder: Bundesarchiv (Germany)