Country Code: Czech Republic
  1. Národní soud, Praha

    • National Tribunal, Prague
    • Nár. S.
    • NAD 925
    • Národní archiv
    • 925
    • English
    • 1945-1947
    • 23 linear metres of documents from which all are processed and inventoried and accessible.

    The fonds consists of the documents and files of 39 cases (including three cases of honour). Among the defendants, there were (next to the members of the Protectorate government and the state president) leaders of Vlajka (the Flag), of Liga proti Bolševismu (the League against Bolshevism), of Národní obec fašistická (National Fascist Community) at other social movements and Czech journalists participated on the Nazi propaganda. One of the economic leaders tried at the National Tribunal was Jan Antonín Baťa, the owner of Bata group. Jewish related documents in this fonds consists of the anti...

  2. Německé státní ministerstvo pro Čechy a Moravu, Praha

    • Deutsches Staatsministerium für Böhmen und Mähren, Prag
    • German State Ministry for Bohemia and Moravia, Prague
    • NSM, former fonds SÚ MV č. 110
    • ...
    • Národní archiv
    • 1464
    • English
    • 1939-1945
    • 13.6 linear meters of documents, all processed and inventoried.

    Records generated by German occupational institutions (Reichsprotektorat Böhmen und Mähren) and Czech auxiliary agencies dealing with matters of internal security and racial policy, especially anti-Jewish measures. Includes the national affairs and state police catalog of confiscated art and precious metal objects of Jewish property.

  3. Documents of Persecution

    • Židovské muzeum v Praze
    • COLLECTION.JMP.SHOAH/DP
    • Czech, German, English
    • The collection contains 90 boxes of documents (9.79 bm) organised into 79 groups and cannot be considered closed, being added to with new acquisitions. New groups could also gradually be added.

    This collection originated as a documentation of the persecution and genocide of Jews in the Czech lands excluding the archival materials relating to the history of the Terezín ghetto, which forms a separate collection. The content of the collection comprises originals, copies and transcripts of official documents and personal estates, as well as prints, newspaper clippings, maps, memoirs and a small amount of non-written material. The Documents of Persecution collection is a source of information on Holocaust history of Bohemian and Moravia Jews, and to a lesser extent also Slovakian Jews....

  4. Ministerstvo vnitra I., Praha

    • Ministry of Interior I., Prague
    • NAD 1075
    • Národní archiv
    • 1075
    • English
    • 1918-1948
    • The fonds consists out of 2147 linear meters of processed and inventoried documents. 214 linear meters are unprocessed and inaccessible.

    Documents of this fonds illustrate the broad scope of the agenda of the Ministry of Interior. It included, apart from the security and administrative matters, also minority and language issues, citizenship, population register, press and censorship issues, and also the agenda of the then non-existing Ministry of Social Welfare. The most valuable documents can be found mainly in the presidial part the fonds, where the events of the period can be studied from the situation reports of district and provincial authorities. Documents relating to the history of the Holocaust can mainly be found in...

  5. Úřad říšského protektora v Čechách a na Moravě, Praha

    • Amt des Reichsprotektors in Böhmen und Mähren, Prag
    • Office of the Reichsprotector in Bohemia and Moravia, Prague
    • ÚŘP
    • Národní archiv
    • 1005
    • English
    • 1939-1945
    • 255, 12 linear metres of documents are processed and inventoried and accessible and 50, 52 linear metres are unprocessed and not accessible

    In the fonds, there are many jewish related documents and for studying the theme of protectorate Jews it is a fundamental fonds. There are documents related generally to the status of Jews in the Protectorate, their legal status in the freelance work or in the state administrative. Valuable documents are related to the Aryanization/Arisierung of the jewish property (jewish companies, trades, traffics, agricultural and forestry companies, timber companies) and its later redistribution, various lists of aryanizated property and lists of posted Treuhänders. There are also documents about the N...

  6. Ministerstvo práce a sociální péče - repatriace, Praha

    • Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare - repatriation, Prague
    • Ministerium für Arbeit und soziale Wohlfahrt - Repatriierung, Prag
    • MPSP-R
    • Národní archiv
    • 1146
    • English
    • 1938-1951
    • 441,62 linear metres from which 441,5 linear metres of documents are processed and inventoried and 0,12 linear metres are unprocessed. The fonds is partially accessible.

    The fonds contains important documents about refugees, immigration and emigration issues and about the repatriation and reemigration between 1938 and 1950/1. There are documents from each section of the Institute for the Care of Refugees (1938) (socio-medical, evacuation and financial section) i and also from the Institute for the Care of relocated people (functioning from 1940) in the fonds. The most valuable documents are deposited in boxes 16-895, there is an administrative agenda of emigration - applications for the emigration, further more applications for transports. There are card fi...

  7. Ministerstvo průmyslu, obchodu a živností, Praha

    • Ministry of Industry, Trade and Crafts, Prague
    • Ministerium für Industrie, Handel und Gewerbe
    • MPOŽ
    • ...
    • Národní archiv
    • 903
    • English
    • 1918-1942
    • 453,6 linear metres of documents from which 452 linear meters are processed and inventoried and 1,6 linear meters are not inventoried.

    The archival fonds contains the records of the Ministry until its dissolution in 1942. Especially important are documents relating to the divestment of the Jewish population from economic life in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.

  8. Ministerstvo veřejných prací, Praha

    • Ministry of public works, Prague
    • Ministerium für öffentliche Arbeiten, Prag
    • NAD 1004
    • Národní archiv
    • 1004
    • English
    • 1918-1942
    • The fonds consists out of 490 linear meters of processed and inventoried documents. 28 linear meters are unprocessed and inaccessible.

    The Ministry of Public Works played a minor role in the persecution of the Jews in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. Although it was responsible for the development of infrastructure also in the years of the German occupation during taht Jews were used for Forced labour in this field, it seems that no documents in the collection are referring to that. According to the finding only boxes 2599 and 1649 are dealing with "the Jewish question".

  9. Ministerstvo spravedlnosti, Praha

    • Ministry of Justice, Prague
    • MS
    • Národní archiv
    • 832
    • English
    • 1918-1953
    • 299,5 linear metres of documents from which 299,5 linear metres are processed and inventoried and 8,5 linear metres are unprocessed. The fonds is partially accessible.

    In the fonds, there are documents and records from the legislative council, public prosecutors and judicial administration department. There are also files containing reports from the criminal department and the prison department. The jewish related documents are in several boxes concerning more the matter of antisemitism in the Czechoslovak republic in the thirties than the matter of holocaust. In the boxes there can be found complaints on Jewish notaries and layers and also their requests for granting permission to work in law practice. There are also lists (dated between years 1919-1945)...

  10. Ministerstvo financí I, Praha

    • NAD 517
    • MF I
    • Ministry of Finance
    • ...
    • Národní archiv
    • 517
    • English
    • 1918-1945
    • The collection consists out of 344 linear meters of processed and inventoried documents. 56,1 linear meters are unprocessed and inaccessible.

    After the Munich Agreement in September 1938 and the establishment of the so called 2nd Czechoslovak Republic the new government in January 1939 took out a loan in Great Britain, part of which was set off as a support for the emigration of Czech and Moravian Jews to Palestine. On the base of a treaty between the Ministry of Finance and the Jewish Agency for Palestine the Czechoslovak Government supported Jewish emigration out of the country. Between October 1938 and July 1939 about 12 000 Jews left the country, mostly to Palestine. In the time of the Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia the Min...

  11. Ministerstvo hospodářství a práce, Praha

    • Ministerium für Wirtschaft und Arbeit, Prag
    • MHP
    • NAD 782
    • ...
    • Národní archiv
    • 782
    • English
    • 1942-1945
    • 109 linear meters of documents, all are processed and inventoried.

    The Ministry of Economy and Work (Ministerstvo hospodářství a práce) was a result of the Heydrich´s reform of the Protectorate administration in 1942. In this period falls the total change of the Protectorate into a war economy. As the Aryazation of Jewish property was untill 1942 almost finished and the deportation of Bohemian and Moravian Jews to Ghetto Theresienstadt (Terezín) and other Ghettos and camps in the east started in 1941 most Holocaust relevant material in this collection is connected to the status of "mixed" Jews or Jews who were married to a non Jewish partner.

  12. Ministerstvo sociální péče, Praha

    • Ministry of Social Welfare, Prague
    • MSP
    • Národní archiv
    • 1028
    • English
    • 1918-1951
    • 631,5 linear meters from which 566 linear meters of documents are processed and inventoried and 65,5 linear meters are unprocessed.

    The Ministry of Social Welfare was during the years of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia in charge of supporting the Jewish emigration abroad. The Ministry developed guidelines for the employment of Jews in the civil service, their legal status, control of Jewish names, Aryan certificates, Employment Law for Jews, Pension payments to Jews,

  13. Policejní ředitelství Praha II

    • Polizeipräsidium Prag II
    • Prague Police Directorate II
    • PŘ II
    • ...
    • Národní archiv
    • 1420
    • English
    • 1914-1953
    • The fonds consists out of 4809,23 linear meters of processed and accessible documents. 4766,23 linear meters are inventoried and accessible documents. 84,34 linear meters are unprocessed and unaccessible.

    The fonds has informations about police, police authorities, criminal police, street police, passports, arms passports, national security, public safety, national security Corps, National Guard security, national security, police affairs, censorship, confiscation of print, personals, population registers and civil defense

  14. Generální velitel neuniformované protektorátní policie, Praha

    • Generalkommandant der nichtuniformierten Protektoratspolizei, Prag
    • General Commander of the non-uniformed Protectorate Police
    • GVNP/GKNP
    • ...
    • Národní archiv
    • 919
    • English
    • 1942-1945
    • The collection consists out of 1,2 linear meters of processed and inventoried documents. 12,2 linear meters are unprocessed and inaccessible.

    The fonds contents out of different material concerning the Criminal Police in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. Of special interest are the camp rules of different Arbeitserziehungslager (AEL) including Svatobořice (Swatoborschitz), were also family members of emigrated Jews ("jüdisch versippt") were captured.

  15. Generální velitel uniformované protektorátní policie, Praha

    • General Commander of the Uniformed Protectorate Police, Prague
    • Generalkommandant der uniformierten Protektoratspolizei, Prag
    • NAD 912
    • ...
    • Národní archiv
    • 912
    • English
    • 1942-1945
    • The collection consists out of 14,55 linear meters of processed and inventoried documents. 9,15 linear meters are unprocessed and inaccessible.

    The documents in the collection of the Generalkommandant der uniformierten Protektoratspolizei, Prag is mostly of organizational nature. During the deportation of the Jews in the Bohemian lands to the Theresienstadt Ghetto members of the Uniformed police forces supported Gestapo and SS. The Uniformed police forces also formed a special unit for guarding the prisoners in the Theresienstadt Ghetto. Also the Gypsy camps Lety (close to Písek) and Hodonín u Kunštátu were guarded by Uniformed police forces.

  16. Generální velitel četnictva, Praha

    • GVČ
    • Generalkommandant der Gendarmerie, Prag
    • NAD 1009
    • ...
    • Národní archiv
    • 1009
    • English
    • 1918-1942
    • The collection consists out of 25 linear meters of processed and inventoried documents. 1.9 linear meters are unprocessed and inaccessible.

    The Gendarmerie in the pre-war Czechoslovak Republic was a militarily organized security force, according to the applicable legal requirements and according to the relevant state authorities to maintain public order and security throughout the territory of Czechoslovakia. It was also responsible for the border control and sent illegal emigrants from Nazi-Germany, under them also Jews, back to Germany. After the establishment of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, the Gendarmerie became part of the occupation administration. Gendarmes were given functions such as auxiliary police, accom...

  17. Státní tajemník u říšského protektora v Čechách a na Moravě, Praha

    • State Secretary by the Reichsprotector in Bohemia and Moravia, Prague
    • Staatssekretӓr beim Reichsprotektor in Böhmen und Mähren, Prag
    • ÚŘP-ST
    • ...
    • Národní archiv
    • 1799
    • English
    • 1939-1945
    • 23 linear meters, all processed and inventoried and fully accessible.

    The documents in the fonds can be divided into several main thematic groups. There are files related to: 1) the protectoral state administrative, 2) matters of SS and wehrmacht (call-up papers of soldiers), 3) activities of Czechoslovak home and foreign resistance, 4) reports from the investigation of the Assassination of Reinhard Heydrich and worshipping his memory, 5) documents from Reich labor service (Reichsarbeitsdienst, RAD), 6) matters of Protectorate press censorship, 7) personal and family matters of K. H. Frank. There are also Jewish related documents - mostly concerning Aryanizat...

  18. Jewish Religious Community of Jevíčko

    This fonds contains the community's statutes of 1923, meeting minutes (maintained until 1940), protocol registers, election records, personnel records, registry matters, lists of Jewish families, correspondence, financial files, construction records, synagogue seats records, book of hazkarot, and fragmentary files of the burial society and other associations/institutions of the Jewish community. There are also fragmentary personnel and financial files from the period of the Nazi occupation. The main financial register was maintained until 1942, the Bikur Cholim membership book until 1939, t...

  19. Jewish Religious Community of Ivančice

    This fonds consists of pinkas (1715–1788), the community's statutes (1872–1936), protocol registers, meeting minutes, election records, personnel records, registry matters, a birth register (1799–1844), circumcision registers (1837–1890), lists of persons in the Ivančice refugee camp (1938–1941), correspondence, construction records (including for the construction of a synagogue), financial and tax files, synagogue seats records, books of hazkarot, documents relating to the local Jewish school and burial society, and fragmentary documents relating to other Jewish associations and institutio...

  20. Jewish Religious Community of Dobříš

    This fonds contains the community's statutes (1855–1906), meeting minutes, election records, Familiantenbuch (register of Familiants) from 1799–1827, personnel records, registry documents, official correspondence, financial files, documents on the construction of a synagogue, documents relating to the local Jewish school, burial society and women's charity association, minutes of meetings held by the Jewish community (maintained until 1939), community protocol registers, minutes of meetings held by the burial society, financial registers (maintained until 1942), and a travel permit register...