Held By: Valstybinis Vilniaus Gaono žydų muziejus
  1. Atrinkti dokumentai iš Gosudarstvennij Archiv Rossijskoj Federacii (GARF)

    • Selected Documents from the State Archive of the Russian Federation
    • Atrinkti dokumentai iš Valstybinio Rusijos Federacijos archyvo

    Protocols of the witnesses of the mass killings in the Vilnius and Suvalkai area, in the Vilnius ghetto, Paneriai mass killing site. Memoirs of the Jewish survivors (members of the corpses burning brigade in Paneriai) and IX Fort in Kaunas. Protocols, acts, and other documentation compiled by the Extraordinary Soviet Commission (1944). First list of Jews living in Lithuania (compiled on September 1944). Total 1195 persons (data includes names, names of both parents, birth date). Second list of Jewish residents in Lithuania (27 September 1944). Total 468 persons (name, surname, place of birth).

  2. Atrinktos kopijos iš Jungtinių Amerikos valstijų Holokausto memorialinio muziejaus

    • Selected copies from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

    Various documentation, reports, correspondence mostly about commerce relations between the Kauen (Kaunas) ghetto (which was called Kauen KZ since October 1943) and companies in Germany; correspondence with Nazi authorities in Danzing, Berlin and Stutthof.

  3. Atrinkti duomenys iš Bergen-Belsen koncentracijos stovyklos memorialo

    • Selected Records from the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp Memorial
    • Valstybinis Vilniaus Gaono žydų muziejus
    • HE-Bergen-Belsen
    • English
    • 1944-1945
    • 6 pages of paper copies from the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp Memorial database. The title of the original list is: Registry of Names of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp Prisoners: Excerpt of About 92 Prisoners with Lithuanian Citizenship. All copies are printed.

    A list of the Jewish prisoners from Lithuania imprisoned in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1944-1945. In total 92 names with personal data (data and place of birth, religion, place the person was deported from, place where the person was deported, data of arrival in the concentration camp).

  4. Atrinkti duomenys iš Flossenburgo koncentracijos stovyklos memorialo

    • Selected Records from the Flossenburg Concentration Camp Memorial
    • Valstybinis Vilniaus Gaono žydų muziejus
    • HE-Flossenburg
    • English
    • 1943-1945
    • 12 pages of copies from the Flossenburg Concentration Camp Memorial database; 14 pages of copies of lists of prisoners with Jewish names from Lithuania from the Flossenburg Concentration Camp Memorial archives. All copies are printed.

    There are 12 pages of the paper copies from the Flossenburg Concentration Camp Memorial database. The information of the database is based on jpeg copies made from the microfilm in Federal Archives Berlin, which microfilmed it from the National Archives in Washington, DC, in 1967. The copies consist of names of 207 Jews deported from Lithuania. There are also 14 pages (of 17) of the paper copies of a digital file (Tiff) of a transport list (Kaufering-Leitmeritz) of prisoners with Jewish names from Lithuania (compiled 7 January 1945) from the Flossenburg archives. A digital (Tiff) file was m...

  5. Fondų apskaitos ir apsaugos skyrius

    • Inventory and Conservation of Holdings Department
    • Valstybinis Vilniaus Gaono žydų muziejus
    • VŽM
    • English
    • Judaica holdings are classified as primary (VŽM) and academic support (VŽMP) collections under the Museum’s statute with consideration of the extant value of the item as a museum piece. Currently around 30,000 items are being conserved. Primary collection consists of: 1. Household decorative items, ritual equipment, tangible exhibition pieces of historical significance. 2. Writings and documents. 3. Photography. 4. Visual and decorative art. 5. Sculptor Jacques Lipchitz‘s memorial collection. 6. Archive of Josif Shapiro (collector of ex-libris).

    The collections include: 1. Household decorative items, ritual equipment, tangible exhibition pieces of historical significance. Materials include metal, wood, leather, ceramics, precious metals, textiles, bone and other materials. Among these items are around 100 unique artifacts from Paneriai mass killing sites, material from the ghetto period and from prisoners, people who perished and people who survived. There are also artifacts of the Great Synagogue and from Jewish cemeteries. 2. Writings and documents include books, press, manuscripts, posters, documents. There are 5000 items in tot...

  6. Varėnoje sušaudytų žydų šeimų sąrašas

    • List of Jews Killed in Varėna

    The list was compiled by survivor David Jeršanski’s daughter-in-law Rina Jeršansky-Dubrovič (her father was from Kaunas); it includes surnames of 49 Jewish families (149 persons). These people were from the small towns of Perloja and Nedzingė. The list was given to the Holocaust Exhibition on 6 June 2001 by Rina Jeršansky-Dubrovič.

  7. Atrinkti duomenys iš Lietuvos ypatingojo archyvo. F. V-5

    • Selected Records from the Lithuanian Special Archives. Fonds V-5

    There are 66 pages of the 24 files for the Jews exiled to Siberia on June 14-18, 1941 (these include arrest orders and extracts from the protocols). There are also copies of applications from relatives to release a person from exile (1944-1946). 1. File 20857. Jeršanskis Ruvimas (from Varėna town). 3 pages. 2. File 36640. Mirkinas Hiršas, Mirkinienė Rocha (from Širvintos town). 4 pages. 3. File 33925. Čarnyj Maksim (from Kaunas city). 3 pages. 4. File 24372. Marijampolskis Jakovas (from Pasvalys town). 4 pages. 5. File 36317. Gadje Josifas, Gadje Roza, Gadje Rachil (from Kėdainiai town). 7 ...

  8. Lietuvoje sušaudytų žydų sąrašas

    • List of Jews Killed in Lithuania
    • Valstybinis Vilniaus Gaono žydų muziejus
    • HE-Sušaudytųjų sąrašai
    • English
    • 1941-1944
    • The copies are from the Lithuanian Central State Archives, Lithuanian Special Archives, and the Wrublewski Library of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences. The lists are for the cities and towns of Valkininkai, Kupiškis, Pasvalys, Šilalė, Kaltinėnai, Plungė, and Jurbarkas. 200 paper copies in total. Partially handwritten.

    The copies of the lists of Jews killed in Lithuania from July 1941 to July 1944 compiled by Extraordinary Commissions or local residents. Names, surnames, and sometimes victims’ addresses are noted.

  9. Atrinkti duomenys iš Štutthofo muziejaus archyvo. I-11B-10

    • Selected Records from the Archive of the Stutthof Museum. I-11B-10

    List of 957 Kaunas Jews transported to Stutthof concentration camp (17 July 1944). Lists of 1095 Kaunas Jews women and children transported to Stutthof concentration camp (19 July 1944). List of 1321 Kaunas Jews transported to Stutthof concentration camp (25 July 1944). List of 1683 Lithuanian Jews transported to Stutthof concentration camp (26 July 1944). List of 793 Kaunas Jews (mostly women) transported to Stutthof concentration camp (4 August 1944). List of 1001 Jews (mostly from Lithuania) transported from Stutthof concentration camp to Natzweiler concentration camp (29 September 1944)...

  10. Atrinkti duomenys iš Tsentralnyj Archiv Ministerstva Oborony Rossijskoj Federatsiji

    • Selected Records from the Tsentralnyj Archiv Ministerstva Oborony Rossijskoj Federatsiji
    • Selected Records from the Central Archives of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation
    • Atrinkti duomenys iš Rusijos Federacijos Centrinio Gynybos ministerijos archyvo
    • Valstybinis Vilniaus Gaono žydų muziejus
    • HE-Podolsk
    • English
    • 130 pages of the paper copies from the Central Archives of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation (in the town of Podolsk). The copies were brought to the museum in 1995 by a visitor of the museum. The copies are with the stamp of the archives only, without any references except number of description.

    The copies of the documents (numbers of the description: 288278, 288287, 288289, 288290, 288291, 288292, 288339, 288340, 288344, 288390, 288787, 288790, 288792,289462, 353266, 353267) consist of the information (name, surname, father's name, date and place of birth, military rank, date and place of death, place of burial) for 277 Lithuanian Jews who were soldiers in the Soviet Red Army's 16th Lithuanian Division and were killed in 1943-1944 in battles with the Nazis.

  11. Dalis išaiškintų Plungės miesto žydų sušaudytų 1941-1944 m. sąrašas

    • Partial Clarified List of the Jews from Plungė Killed in 1941-1944

    The list was compiled by the Jewish folk -artist Jakovas Bunka from Plungė. The list mentions 605 Jewish names. The copies of the original document were given to the Holocaust exhibition on December 6, 1996 by Jakovas Bunka.

  12. Atrinkti duomenys iš Lietuvos centrinio valstybės archyvo (LCVA. Fondas R)

    • Selected Records from the Lithuanian State Central Archives (LCVA. Fonds R)
    • Valstybinis Vilniaus Gaono žydų muziejus
    • HE-LCVA
    • English
    • 1941
    • 5 paper copies (9 pages) of the documents from the Lithuanian State Central Archives (LCVA), fonds R-756, subfonds 1, file 1. 48 scans of the documents from the Lithuanian State Central Archives (LCVA), fonds R-1390, subfonds 1, file 173.

    5 paper copies (9 pages) from the Lithuanian State Central Archives (LCVA), fonds R-756, subfonds 1, file 1: Various proclamations which appeal to fight the Jews; decrees and anti-Jewish propaganda; the project of the program of the Lithuanian Activist Front (one of the chapters declares: "Lithuanian Activist Front revokes hospitality to the Jewish ethnic minority in Lithuania") by the Liberation propaganda headquarters in Lithuania and the Information bureau of Lithuania in Berlin. Proclamation by the liberation propaganda headquarters in Lithuania to fight against the "Jewish constitution...

  13. Kupiškyje sušaudytų žydų sąrašas

    • List of Jews Killed in Kupiškis

    The list of Kupiškis Jews killed on June-July 1941 was compiled by a local doctor, Stefanija Glemžaitė, in 1946. The list includes 800 names in total.

  14. Atrinkti duomenys iš Eesti Riigi Archiiv

    • Selected Records from the Eesti Riigi Archiiv
    • Selected Records from the Estonian State Archives

    1943-1944. Register lists of the prisoners (forced labourers; also register of sick prisoners); alphabetical collection of personal cards of Jewish prisoners' (from Vilnius and Kaunas ghettos); the cards of prisoners who tried to escape and were shot. Documentation of the Extraordinary Soviet Commission (microfilms). 1944.

  15. Josifo Levinsono kopijų kolekcija sudaryta atrinktų baudžiamųjų bylų pagrindu (LYA. F. K-1. Ap. 58.)

    • Collection of Josif Levinson Based on the Selected Records from the Files of Criminal Proceeding from LYA. Fonds K-1. Subfonds 58.

    Copies concerning the mass killings of Jews and collaboration with Nazis in 89 towns of Lithuania (some copies concerning crimes in Latvia (Ryga), Byelorussia, Ukraine). There is also data on 140 persons who were involved in mass killings of Jews.

  16. Atrinkti dokumentai iš Lietuvos mokslų akademijos Vrublevskių bibliotekos Rankraščių skyriaus

    • Selected Records from the Wroblewski Library of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences – Manuscripts Department

    Documents of the State Commissions (subcommission of the Extraordinary Soviet Commission) for investigating Nazis crimes (mass killing sites) established in the main towns in Lithuania. Statements compiled by the State Commissions have been based on the reports collected from the different municipalities of Lithuania.

  17. Atrinkti dokumentai iš Tsentr Khroneniya Istoriko-Dokumentalnykh Kolektsyi (TsKIDK)

    • Selected Records from the Tsentr Khroneniya Istoriko-Dokumentalnykh Kolektsyi (TsKIDK)/ Centre for the Preservation of Historical Document Collections

    Walter Stahlecker's second report and Karl Jäger's report on the actions of Einsatzgruppen A and local collaborators in Lithuania (October 1941-February 1942).

  18. Atrinkti dokumentai iš Latvijas Valsts Vestures Arhivs (LVVA)

    • Selected Documents from the Latvian State Historical Archives

    List of Vilnius Jews (75 persons) transported to Riga, compiled in 1944 by the Extraordinary Soviet Commission; the certificate of the graduation from the Vilnius ghetto school issued to ghetto prisoner Lejba Lewkowitsch (1 July 1943); list of Vilnius Jews (44 persons) transported for annihilation to Riga, compiled in 1944 by the Extraordinary Soviet Commission (includes dates of birth and occupations in the ghetto); the excerpt from the Stahlecker's report "Jüdischer Einfluss auf die Lebensgebiete im Ostland" (15 October 1941); SS Sturmbannführer Stübor's entry about the solution of the Je...

  19. Hitlerinių okupantų ir lietuvių nacionalistų sušaudytų 109 Valkininkų žydų sąrašas

    • List of 109 Jews from Valkininkai Killed by Nazi Occupiers and Lithuanian Nationalists
    • Valstybinis Vilniaus Gaono žydų muziejus
    • HE-Valkininkai
    • English
    • 1941
    • 2 pages of the paper copies from Valkininkai municipality archives (without any inventory number of the originals); includes names (and occupations) of 108 Jewish men.
  20. Anna Szymajte's (Ona Šimaitė) Report on the Rescued Documents from the Vilnius Ghetto in 1941-1943

    The document consists of the information about the rescuing of documents from the Vilnius ghetto undertaken by Anna (Ona) Szymajte (Šimaitė). In the document she has listed what exactly was taken from the ghetto and then hidden outside it.