Language of Description: English
Country: Serbia
  1. Јеврејске општине

    • Jewish communities
    • Jevrejske opštine

    Documents issued by Jewish communities from all parts of Yugoslavia.The fonds preserves the history of many local Jewish communities of Yugoslavia, mainly concerning the period between the end of WWII and the fall of Yugoslavia in 1990.

  2. Савез јеврејских општина Југославије

    • Federation of Jewish Communities of Yugoslavia
    • Savez jevrejskih opština Jugoslavije

    The fonds preserve the material concerning the existence and the functioning of the Federation of the Jewish Communities of Yugoslavia and the local Jewish communities, from 1944 to the dissolution of Yugoslavia in 1992. The documents are still unclassified and the fonds is not open for researchers. Different documents issued by the central organisation of Yugoslav Jews - the Federation and the local Jewish municipalities.

  3. Заповедник Полиције безбедности и Службе безбедности (Befehlshaber der Sicherheitspolizei und Sicherheitsdienst, BdS)

    • Commander of the Security Police and Security Services
    • Zapovednik Policije bezbednosti I Službe bezbednosti (Befehlshaber der Sicherheitspolizei und Sicherheitsdienst)

    The superior German Police authority in occupied Serbia. There are files about interrogations of all German opponents, Jews, sending in concentration camps, executions, relations with Serbian authorities.

  4. Opština grada Beograda

    The fund preserves the materials of the Municipality of Belgrade from 1862 to 1944: City Assembly, City Council, Major, 18 administrative sections (Administrative section, Section for Culture, Section for Transports etc.), correspondence with citizens, Government, other local and national authorities, private entities; relating to the period 1941-194, correspondence with German authorities.

  5. Народни одбор Трећег реона града Београда

    • City of Belgrade People's Council of the Third District
    • Narodni odbor Trećeg reona grada Beograda

    The most important parts of the fund are documents of the War Damage Commission of the Third District (Komisija za ratnu štetu Trećeg reona). There are reports about the members of the families and relatives who lost their lives during the German occupation and Holocaust. There are data about their property too.

  6. Народни одбор Другог реона града Београда

    • City of Belgrade People's Council of the Second District
    • Narodni odbor Drugog reona grada Beograda

    The most important parts of the fund are documents of the War Damage Commission of the Second District (Komisija za ratnu štetu Drugog reona) and documents of the Office for the Inheritances of the Second District (Referat za mase Drugog reona). There are reports about the members of the families and relatives who lost their lives during the German occupation and Holocaust. There are data about their property too.

  7. Народни одбор Првог реона града Београда

    • City of Belgrade People's Council of the First district
    • Narodni odbor Prvog reona grada Beograda

    The most important parts of the fund are documents of the War Damage Commission of the First District (Komisija za ratnu štetu Prvog reona) and documents of the Office for the Inheritances of the First District (Referat za mase Prvog reona). There are reports about the members of families and relatives who lost their lives during the German occupation and Holocaust. There are data about their property too.

  8. Управа града Београда

    • Belgrade City administration
    • Uprava grada Beograda

    3.183 boxes, 390 books The most important part of the fund is the Odeljenje specijalne policije (Special police department). This was the central Serbian police organ founded after the German occupation in April/May 1941, including Odeljenje za Jevreje i Cigane/ Sedmo odeljenje (Section for Jews and Gipsies/ Seventh section). There are about 15 000 files about arrested people, register books of the Banjica concentration camp, documents about Srpska državna straža (Serbian state guard) units.

  9. Емигрантска влада Краљевине Југославије

    • Royal Yugoslav Government-in-exile
    • Emigrantska vlada Kraljevine Jugoslavije

    Documents of Yugoslav Government-in-exile during WWII. Original documentsabout activities of dfiferent ministries, among others humanitarian work for Yugoslav POW, refugees, Jews, propaganda regarding War Crimes in Yugoslavia, activities with other Ally governments.

  10. German Occupying Forces 1941-1945

    The fund of German Occupying Forces has in total 315 boxes of the materials of a war period from 1941-1945, arranged and processed in archival manner. The aforementioned archival material applies mainly to combat operations of the German units on Yugoslav territories, various combat reports, checklists of units staffing and documentation of German military and civilian authorities. The fund of German Occupying Forces also has 51 boxes of disorganized archival materials with the reports on operational section work, promotional material and German card files manuscripts. The fund of German Oc...

  11. Serbian Government of Milan Nedic 1941-1945

    • Nediceva arhiva

    The archive of Serbian Government of Milan Nedic from 1941 to 1945 is arranged and processed to the level of internal lists of boxes and folders and has 263 boxes of the archival materials. In the aforementioned archival materials, there are dispatches (46 boxes) on the box numbers from 187 to 232. The fund has card files of Chetnik, Ljotic and Nedic’s units in Serbia in 1941 and card files of the geographic objects in Serbia in 1941. The fund also has a theme inventory book of the basic documents on the National Liberation Army of Yugoslavia, Nedic’s institutions, Crime Investigation Commi...

  12. Холокауст

    • Holocaust
    • Holokaust

    Documents issued by various authorities in Yugoslavia during WW II, both domestic and occupational. There are a lot of personal documents, manuscripts, books. Fund includes database of Jewish victims of the Holocaust and record books.

  13. Срески одбор Савеза бораца Народноослободилачког рата Србије, Београд

    • County Council of the People's Liberation War Veteran's Association of Serbia, Belgrade
    • Sreski odbor Saveza boraca Narodnooslobodilačkog rata Srbije, Beograd

    Different documents about prisoners in concentration camps in Yugoslavia and abroad, lists of WW II victims, questionnaires for deaths and missed persons during WW II.

  14. Градски одбор Савез бораца Народноослободилачког рата Србије, Београд

    • City Council of the People's Liberation War Veteran's Association of Serbia, Belgrade
    • Gradski odbor Saveza boraca Narodnooslobodilačkog rata Srbije, Beograd

    53 books, 70 boxes Different documents about prisoners in concentration camps in Yugoslavia and abroad, lists of WW II victims, questionnaires for deaths and missing persons during WW II.

  15. Државна комисија за утврђивање злочина окупатора и њихових помагача

    • State Commission for the Investigation of the Crimes of Occupiers and their Supporters
    • Državna komisija za utvrđivanje zločina okuaptora i njihovih pomagača

    Commission created by Yugoslav Partisan Government during WWII in 1943. for collection all data about Crimes committed by Occupiers and their Accomplices. The fund consists primarily of statements of survivors and their relatives, decisions for War Criminals, partly by original documents or copies of documents. There are comprehensive lists of War Criminals. Part of documentation published by Commission in 93 Saopštenja (Comunique) and in some other publications.

  16. Земаљска комисија за утврђивање злочина окупатора и њихових помагача

    • National Commission for the Investigation of the Crimes of Occupiers and their Supporters
    • Zemaljska komisija za utvrđivanje zločina okuaptora i njihovih pomagača

    One of the National Yugoslav War Crimes Commissions was for territory of Serbia (The others were for Croatia, Bosnia and Erzegovina, Montenegro, Slovenia and Macedonia). The fund consists primarily of statements of survivors and their relatives, decisions for War Criminals, partly by original documents or copies of documents. The most important materials were delivered between 1945 and 1947 to the State Commission for the Investigation of the Crimes of Occupiers and their Supporters.

  17. Збирка микрофилмова

    • Collection of microfilms
    • Zbirka mikrofilmova

    Copies of documents issued by various German central authorities and occupational forces in Yugoslavia and Serbia. Among them are documents of German Foreign ministry, German plenipotentiary for the economy in Serbia and the others.

  18. Фонд домаћих филмова

    • Domestic films fund
    • Fond domaćih filmova

    Various newsreels, documentaries and movies produced during WW II by propaganda authorities in Independent state of Croatia and in German occupied Serbia.

  19. Срески одбор Савеза бораца Народноослободилачког рата Србије, Земун

    • County Council of the People's Liberation War Veteran's Association of Serbia, Zemun
    • Sreski odbor Saveza boraca Narodnooslobodilačkog rata Srbije, Zemun

    Different documents about prisoners in concentration camps in Yugoslavia and abroad, lists of veterans, WW II victims, questionnaires for deaths and missed persons during WW II.