Language of Description: Czech
  1. Jewish Religious Community of Kladno

    This fonds contains the community's statutes (1895, 1897, 1900, 1923), records on a merger with the surrounding Jewish communities, meeting minutes, election records, personnel records, correspondence, financial files, synagogue seats records, documents relating to the local Jewish school and burial society, registers of aid organizations for Jewish refugees (1914–1918), and registers of the community and of the burial society of the affiliated community in Hostouň. Election records, personnel records and financial registers of the burial society and women's association were kept until 1939...

  2. Jewish Religious Community of Postřižín

    This fonds is fragmentary and contains a graves registers and other burial society registers. It also contains the burial society's financial registers (maintained until 1940) and fragmentary files relating to the community from 1941–1942.

  3. Jewish Religious Community of Bechyně

    The fonds includes meetings minutes, fragments of community files, financial files, synagogue seats register and book of Hazkarot. Most of the preserved documents come from the end of the 19th and from the beginning of the 20th century, the synagogue seats register only includes records from the first half of the 19th century. The book of Hazkarot reaches the time of the WWII in its records as it was kept to 1940 (only one commemorative record).

  4. Jewish Religious Community of Benešov

    The fond includes the statutes of the Jewish Religious Community from 1896 and the articles of the Burial Society, lists of community members, financial files (including the pauper care files) and synagogue reconstruction files. Most of the preserved documents dates to 1900 – 1925, only the Burial Society register of currency receipt copies reaches 1940. Besides that the Burial Society founded a cash book for income and outcome records which was used from 1940 to May 1941.

  5. The Jewish Religious Community in Prague under the occupation

    The preserved official agenda makes it possible to become familiar with the administrative breakdown of the community, and also contains circulars and regulations, official memoranda and all manner of summaries and statistics and correspondence with rural communities. The most valuable material is the reports on the activities of the JRC (Judenrat) and Treuhandstelle. Only fragments have been preserved from the activity of most departments, in many cases only individual files. From the years 1945–1947 the organisational circulars of the National Administration dealing with the activity of t...

  6. Terezín/Theresienstadt

    The archive records from the Terezín ghetto (24 November 1941 – 8 May 1945, and from the period after the liberation) are preserved only in fragments. Only a portion of the documents in the collection are connected with the official activities of the Terezín Council of Elders and with the various departments and sections of its self-government. The first group of documents comprise a relatively diverse range of maps, plans and drawings of the ghetto, the surrounding area, the housing blocks and buildings, various sketches of the facilities and equipment, as well as notices. The collection a...