Country: Czech Republic
  1. Landrat (District Councillor) of Ústí nad Labem

    The fonds contains the documents of the state and municipal administration within the scope of the Ústí nad Labem district. It is a valuable source of information for the history of the occupied border region and the persecution of the population between 1938 and 1945. Information on the lives of the Jewish population is found in following documents: the ban on residence of Polish Jews 1939 (box 17), the implementing regulation of the Reich Civil Code – exclusion of Jews from trade 1939-1942 (box 81), the confiscation of Jewish and Czech property 1939 (box 156), the sale of Czech and Jewish...

  2. Archive of the City of Brno – Presidial Registry IV.

    • Archiv města Brna
    • COLLECTION.SURV.AM_Brno/1/28
    • English
    • 1933-1945
    • 7,00 linear meters

    The fonds contains files originating from the activities of the Presidium of the Land Capital City of Brno, which was themain and coordinating link in the municipal bureaucracy during the period 1940–1945. In the fonds can be found important sources concerning the persecution of Jews: Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia (1940–1942) – among other things revocation of honorary citizenship of Jews; Jewish matters (1940–1942) – ban on Jews entering scientific institutes, Jewish property, amendment of the legal position of Jews, liquidation of Jewish shops, etc.; Deletion of 22 persons of Jewish or...

  3. Landrat (District Councillor) of Sokolov

    The fonds includes incomplete archival records of the political administration of the Sokolov district from the period of the German occupation, particularly files relating to businesses, citizenship and the hospital management, and personal files. Information on the history of Jews can be found mainly in the following files: The census results in the district of Falknov (inv. No. 74) and The 1939 census (inv. No. 105).

  4. Landrat (District Councillor) of Loket

    The fonds includes fragments of archival records of the political administration of the Loket district from the period of the German occupation, particularly, files relating to supplies and education, and personal files. Notable are in particular documents concerning the relocation of Karoline Beck in 1939 (inv. No. 40).

  5. Landrat (District Councillor) of Kraslice

    The fonds includes incomplete archival materials of the political administration of the district of Kraslice from the period of the German occupation, mainly a construction agenda and files relating to businesses, control of the self-government, education and social care. Sources to the history of Jews can be found mainly in documents relating to abolishing businesses in 1938-1939 (inv. No. 36) and the exclusion from citizenship from 1938-1945 (inv. No. 63). There are also preserved materials from the 1939 census of persons and businesses.

  6. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Sokolov

    The fonds includes documents of the Amtsgericht (District Court) in Sokolov from the period of the Nazi German occupation. Relevant information related to Jews can be found in the agendas of inheritance estates, litigations and seizures of property, land books and criminal proceedings.

  7. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Loket

    The fonds includes documents of the Amtsgericht (District Court) in Loket from the period of the Nazi German occupation. Relevant information can be found in the agendas of inheritance estates, litigations, seizures of property and criminal proceedings.

  8. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Kraslice

    The fonds includes documents of the Amtsgericht (District Court) Kraslice from the period of the Nazi German occupation. Relevant information can be found in the agendas of inheritance estates, litigations and criminal proceedings.

  9. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Kaplice

    Documents relating to persons of Jewish origin have survived in fragments: Jewish property, 1940 (file HL 1/40). Files concerning Jewish inhabitants may sometimes be found in other parts of the fonds, too. Searching by call numbers and according to the register is difficult.

  10. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Horní Planá

    The files relating to persons of Jewish origin have survived in fragments: the recovery of debts from Jews who had to flee from the border regions, 1939-1941 (call No. K, inv. No. 20, box 9; call No. M, inv. No. 21, box 9). If the name is not known, searching is difficult. Files concerning Jewish inhabitants may sometimes be found in other parts of the fonds, too.

  11. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Český Krumlov

    The fonds includes materials of the population and inheritance court, and documents of the civil agenda (inheritance files, family law files), seizure of property (seizure of property files and files of court eviction), and the criminal agenda (petty thefts, illegal border crossing). There can be found files of people of Jewish origin in individual sections. The documents of the population and inheritance court in particular show the criminal nature of the Nazi law and justice.

  12. Landrat (District Councillor) of Český Krumlov

    The fonds includes fragments of the District Councillor's office (Landrat) that managed a part of the former district of Český Krumlov. Information on Jewish history can be found in files concerning Jewish property: buying and selling of real estate, 1940-1941 (box 13, call No. L 203/1), Aryanization of Jewish assets, 1938-1942 (box 14, call No. L 601). The register of Jews from 1943 is also an important source (box 15, call No. POL s.n.). Documents concerning the Jewish population may also be found in other parts of the fonds not mentioned here.

  13. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Vyšší Brod

    Files relating to persons of Jewish origin have survived in fragments: the recovery of debts from Jews who had to flee from the border regions, 1939 - 1941 (call No. K, inv. No. 26, box 21), termination of the lease of office premises, 1939 (call No. Mk, inv. No. 26, box 21), the Goldberger Comp. from Černá v Pošumaví, 1940 (call No. II, inv. No. 26, box 21). Files concerning Jewish inhabitants may sometimes be found in other parts of the fonds, too. If the names are not known, searching is difficult.

  14. Landrat (District Councillor) of Frýdlant

    The fonds includes a fraction of the preserved material of the Landrat (District Councillor) Frýdlant, in particular police matters, registry agenda and allocation of apartments to the persons with bombed out dwellings. Jews are mentioned in the file 81, box 6: Glück Fritz Israel Dr., Jewish prosecutor, property, 1942-1945. It is also appropriate to focus on the files labeled Kult that predominantly include religious issues.

  15. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Liberec

    The fonds includes judicial files - files of the company register with prior documents since the second half of the 19th century, the records of termination of companies after 1945, and materials concerning forced auctions and forced administration. The criminal matters include accusations of communist thinking, Jewish origin, and contact with prisoners of war, illegal border crossing, smuggling, speculation with food and sabotage. A very good registry finding aid makes it possible to identify the following criminal files (particulars) concerning the Jewish history: inv. No. 144, box 43: Ho...

  16. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Moravská Ostrava

    The fonds is a valuable source for investigating the Nazi occupation justice in the lowest instance. The court files deal mostly with legal issues of Germans and also, to a large extent, of Poles and Slovaks living within the court's jurisdiction. The fonds also contains death records of the fallen Wehrmacht members of the judicial district, persons of Reich nationality who died in the raids on Ostrava, suicides, drowned persons, and victims of injuries and accidents. An important document of the antifascist resistance is the death records of prisoners in the concentration camps at Mauthaus...

  17. NSDAP, District Headquarters in Moravská Ostrava

    The fonds includes personal files of party members, the correspondence of the district manager, organization of local groups, cells and blocks, questionnaires about Czech businesses, personal files of members of the Deutsche Arbeitsfront, issues of German pupils, lists of women involved in the National Socialist Movement, documents of the district party trial and others. The Jewish inhabitants are mentioned in the questionnaires about Jewish businesses in Přívoz that were filled out in September and October of 1939. There is a total of 17 questionnaires.

  18. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Tanvald

    The fonds contains records arising from the activities of the District Court of Tanvald. Records of interest include civil and criminal case records (books and files) – particularly records relating to cases of inheritance and the seizure of goods. (The collection of documents relating to land registers from 1938–1945 and the land registers themselves are kept at the Cadastral Office for the Liberec region – Cadastral Branch Jablonec nad Nisou.)

  19. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Jablonec nad Nisou

    The fonds contains records arising from the activities of the Amtsgericht (District Court) in Jablonec nad Nisou. Records of interest include civil and criminal case records (books and files) – particularly inheritance records and documents relating to death-related measures and matters relating to the seizure of goods. (The collection of documents relating to land registers from 1938–1945 and the land registers themselves are kept at the Cadastral Office for the Liberec region – Cadastral Branch Jablonec nad Nisou.)

  20. Landrat (District Councillor) of Jablonec nad Nisou

    The fonds contains records of the state authority and of the self-government of the Jablonec nad Nisou district (1938–1945). Jews are referred to directly in inventory records relating to the following: Jewish property – debts (Inv. No. 246) and Jewish and pro-Jewish charity foundations (Inv. No. 247). Also worthy of attention are records in the following groups: district and Landrat – situation reports (Inv. No. 9); communities – matters concerning individual communities (Inv. No. 23) and planning – housing censuses by minicipality (Inv. No. 222). The construction-related records include c...