Archival Descriptions

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Language of Description: English
Holding Institution: Archiwum Państwowe w Gdańsku
  1. Polsko-Brytyjskie Towarzystwo Okrętowe S.A.

    • Polish-British Shipping Company

    Files include official correspondence regarding reservations, copies of tickets, lists of émigré passengers, among whom were large numbers of Jews, and shipping documents. These materials are an interesting source for research into emigration of Jews from Poland on the eve of the outbreak of World War II. They contain considerable information on mutual aid campaigns by Jewish organizations, which assisted with all the formalities surrounding emigration. There is also a large volume of correspondence regarding reservations and information.

  2. Gdynia-Ameryka. Linie Żeglugowe S.A

    • Gdynia-America Shipping Lines

    The surviving files include i.a. contracts for transport of Jewish passengers on the Palestine line, official correspondence regarding people of Jewish birth being smuggled on the MS Piłsudski in the years 1935-1937, collective lists of passengers and named lists (e.g. of those travelling to Buenos Aires), passenger traffic statistics, and personal files of some passengers, including Jews from Poland and Germany.

  3. Kolekcja pomorskich planów i map

    • Collection of Pomeranian plans and maps

    Under file no. 38/382, there is a photograph album from the island Wyspa Spichrzów in Gdańsk, where in 1939 the Germans set up a ghetto for the Jewish population.