Archival Descriptions

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Holding Institution: Státní okresní archiv Český Krumlov close
  1. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Kaplice

    Documents relating to persons of Jewish origin have survived in fragments: Jewish property, 1940 (file HL 1/40). Files concerning Jewish inhabitants may sometimes be found in other parts of the fonds, too. Searching by call numbers and according to the register is difficult.

  2. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Horní Planá

    The files relating to persons of Jewish origin have survived in fragments: the recovery of debts from Jews who had to flee from the border regions, 1939-1941 (call No. K, inv. No. 20, box 9; call No. M, inv. No. 21, box 9). If the name is not known, searching is difficult. Files concerning Jewish inhabitants may sometimes be found in other parts of the fonds, too.

  3. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Český Krumlov

    The fonds includes materials of the population and inheritance court, and documents of the civil agenda (inheritance files, family law files), seizure of property (seizure of property files and files of court eviction), and the criminal agenda (petty thefts, illegal border crossing). There can be found files of people of Jewish origin in individual sections. The documents of the population and inheritance court in particular show the criminal nature of the Nazi law and justice.

  4. Landrat (District Councillor) of Český Krumlov

    The fonds includes fragments of the District Councillor's office (Landrat) that managed a part of the former district of Český Krumlov. Information on Jewish history can be found in files concerning Jewish property: buying and selling of real estate, 1940-1941 (box 13, call No. L 203/1), Aryanization of Jewish assets, 1938-1942 (box 14, call No. L 601). The register of Jews from 1943 is also an important source (box 15, call No. POL s.n.). Documents concerning the Jewish population may also be found in other parts of the fonds not mentioned here.

  5. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Vyšší Brod

    Files relating to persons of Jewish origin have survived in fragments: the recovery of debts from Jews who had to flee from the border regions, 1939 - 1941 (call No. K, inv. No. 26, box 21), termination of the lease of office premises, 1939 (call No. Mk, inv. No. 26, box 21), the Goldberger Comp. from Černá v Pošumaví, 1940 (call No. II, inv. No. 26, box 21). Files concerning Jewish inhabitants may sometimes be found in other parts of the fonds, too. If the names are not known, searching is difficult.