Holding Institution: Archív Slovenského národného múzea
  1. Jelínek Yeshayahu Andrej

    Fragmentary personal fonds of prof. Jelínek contains numerous copies of his correspondence from the years 1988 – 1998. Letters are mainly dedicated to the professor´s main field of study – Slovak State (1939 – 1945) and Jewish persecution, especially on information about relevant sources and literature, as well as on the contemporary phenomenon of anti-Semitism with specific focus on the territory of Slovakia and Czech lands. Correspondence is mainly pertaining the discussions with Slovak, American and Canadian historians who are dealing with Central European History. Some of the letters ar...

  2. Pracovné tábory židov na Slovensku, 1940 – 1944

    • Jewish Labor Camps in Slovakia, 1940 – 1944

    Collection contains numerous copies of documents dedicated to the labor camps in the Slovak State (1939 – 1945) such as the lists of the Jews who were interned in the labor camp in Vyhne, memories of Marian Pavúk on the life in this camp in the years 1940 – 1944, copies of photographs from the labor camps in Sereď, Nováky and Vyhne.

  3. Plagáty s protižidovskou tematikou, 40. roky 20. storočia

    • Posters with anti-Jewish Theme, 1940s

    Collection is created by 9 posters pertaining the anti-Semitic propaganda in 1940s which was published and intentionally spread by the Propaganda Office (1938 - 1945) in Slovakia. Posters refer to the anti-Semitic policy and Jewish persecution during the Slovak State (1939 – 1945). Most of these posters were printed by Grafia or Andrej in Bratislava. Every unit contains basic information such as date and place of printing.

  4. Dokumentácia k dejinám židovstva na Slovensku, 20. storočie

    • Documentation on the History of Jewry in Slovakia, 20th Century

    This collection consists of numerous copies of the personal documents and correspondence pertaining the life of the Jewish inhabitants in 20th century, dominantly from 1940s. Second part of the collection contains manuscripts and copies of the memories on the Holocaust.

  5. Holokaust

    Collection consists of the documentation of the Holocaust memorials in Slovakia. It contains the list the list of the Jewish victims from the city of Prešov which was created for the planned memorial, material on the project Holocaust memorial tables which was realized in Poprad, Komárno, Nové Zámky, Košice, Bardejov, Liptovský Mikuláš and Nitra on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of deportations of Jews from Slovakia in 1942.

  6. Dokumenty k dejinám židovstva na Slovensku

    • Documents on the History of the Jewry in Slovakia

    Collection contains various documents on the history of the Jews in Slovakia, mainly materials dedicated to everyday life of the community members such as contracts, legitimations, licenses, testimonies, letters and postcards, birth certificates, school reports, photographs, health certificates, etc. One of the most relevant and unique Holocaust-related document is the original manuscript of the poem Crematorium (Krematórium) by Ladislav Grosmann, author of the scenario to the Oscar-winning movie The Shop on the Main Street (Obchod na korze). Newest items in the collection are declarations ...

  7. Dojč, Ľudovít, 1962 – 1995

    Fragmentary fonds contains Ľudovít Dojč´s curriculum vitae, personal documents and various correspondence with foreign institutions. The most relevant material to the Jewish history in Slovakia, including persecution during the World War II, in this collection is dedicated to the research, documentation and drafts of the publication Jewish religious Communities in Slovakia (Židovské náboženské obce na Slovensku).

  8. Korešpondencia Židov odvlečených zo Slovenska do koncentračných táborov

    • Correspondence of Jews deported from Slovakia to the concentration camps

    Collection contains documents of the Jews who were deported from Slovakia to the concentration camps in Auschwitz, Terezín, Mauthausen, Kamionka and Petržalka in the years 1942 – 1945. Beside some original documents, the collection is created by the copies of correspondence of the persecuted Jews. There is also one document from 1945 which comes not directly from the concentration camp but it refers to stay in the camp – a health certificate. Rare part of the collection is created by the manuscript of Ľudovít Dojč on the concentration camp in Petržalka and photos of the grave stones from th...