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  1. Radnički pokret: zbirka fotografija

    • Worker's movement: photo collection

    Systematic gathering of photos for the Museum collection as primary museum documents began with the foundation of the Museum in 1947. The collection of photographs has been created by systematic gathering: Gifts, purchase, storage, exchange with other institutions and collectors (such as the EU Commission on War Crimes, individuals, associations of veterans of World War II, military organizations and some brigades, participants in the National Struggle for Liberation and their descendants , as well as gifts and exchanges with museum institutions in Zagreb, Belgrade, and Novi Sad. The Museum...

  2. Kotarsko nadzorništvo narodne zaštite Sarajevo

    • District's Office for national protection Sarajevo

    Records that are part of the fond contain important information regarding the situation in Sarajevo and its immediate area during World War II (air raids and bombing of the city, lists of deceased people, information about property, etc.)

  3. Rizničko upraviteljstvo u Sarajevu - Ured za upravu židovskih nekretnina

    • The Office for Management of Jewish Estate

    The Office for Management of Jewish Estate was working in accordance with the laws of the Independent State of Croatia that enforced expropriation of Jewish property and Jewish companies and making them state-owned property. The fond contains records about confiscation of Jewish properties in Sarajevo in 1942; these provide information regarding the owners including names, addresses and property description.

  4. Državno ravnateljstvo za gospodarstvenu ponovu - podružnica Sarajevo

    • State Directorate for Economic Renewal - Sarajevo's branch

    Contains decrees issued by the State Treasury of the Independent State of Croatia regarding the confiscation of Jewish property in Sarajevo. Also included are correspondence regarding the confiscation of Jewish property, appeals by local Jews, and inspection of confiscated shops, stores and other property. Related to to the city of Sarajevo.

  5. Riznično upraviteljstvo u Sarajevu - Ured za podržavljeni imetak

    • The Office for Nationalized Property

    The Office for Nationalized Property in Sarajevo had details about and managed the properties of those who had to leave the Independent State of Croatia or they were taken to concentration camps. In most cases, this is Jewish and Serbian property.

  6. Directorate of Internal Affairs of Bessarabia

    • Directoratul afacerilor interne ai Basarabiei
    • Директорат внутренних дел Бессарабии
    • Direktorat vnutrennikh del Bessarabii

    Files on the issuing the permit to the resident of Marculesti, Ioffe Mendel, to open a cinema theater. Correspondence with the police prefectures regarding people deported for their anti‐Romanian propaganda. Identity cards of the agents of Siguranta [secret police] from Chisinau. The requests for being accepted to work for Siguranta. Information about publishing houses from Chisinau and their owners. Information about the teachers from Soroca district. Information about the functionaries of prefectures and subprefectures of Bessarabia. The lists of teachers from Soroca girls’ and boys’ tech...

  7. Verification-filtration point (camp) of the NKVD MSSR

    • Проверочно-фильтрационный пункт НКВД МССР
    • Proverochno-fil'tratsionnyy punkt NKVD MSSR

    Orders of the People's Commissar of Internal Affairs of the USSR, circulars and instructions of the main quartermaster of the USSR Armed Forces and quartermaster of the Odessa military district on administrative issues for 1943-1946; documents on the issuance of travel allowance to repatriates sent from the Chișinău VFP to the place of residence for December 1944 and 1945; front-line notes on the presence and movement of the contingent in the Chisinau VFP and its branch for 1945-1946 (on the back of each note there is data on citizens of the USSR who were forcibly taken to Germany and other...

  8. Jewish Central Office in Romania (Centrala Evreilor)

    • Centrala Evreilor din România
    • Управление по делам евреев Румынии
    • Upravleniye po delam yevreyev Rumynii

    Requests from persons of Jewish origin to register according to the law of 1941; checklists and registration books of 69 individuals

  9. Jewish Pedagogical Courses in Chișinău city

    • Cursuri pedagogice evreieşti din Chişinǎu
    • Еврейские педагогические курсы в городе Кишиневе
    • Yevreyskiye pedagogicheskiye kursy v gorode Kishineve

    Statements for the payment of salaries to employees of pedagogical courses for the 1921-1922 academic year; students' petitions for exemption from tuition fees and teachers’ petitions for granting them vacation days

  10. Akkerman district prefecture and its subordinated preturas and city halls

    • Аккерманская уездная префектура и подчиненные ей претуры и примарии
    • Akkermanskaya uyezdnaya prefektura i podchinennyye yey pretury i primarii
    • Judeţul Akkerman: prefecturile judeţene, subprefecturile plaselor/preturilor şi comunele subordinate

    Orders of the pretura of Volontiri district. Minutes of meetings of the committees coordinating the work of city (town) halls. Orders of the Bessarabian governor on administrative matters. Correspondence on administrative issues, on the number and composition of the population, on agriculture. Minutes of meetings of commune’s councils. Minutes of meetings of the magistrates. Information on issues of education and cults, on sanitation, on road construction. Requests from residents to issue various certificates. Documents on the requisition of food, cattle and horse-drawn transport from the p...

  11. Gradska uprava narodnih dobara Sarajevo

    • City's bureau for public goods Sarajevo

    Contains information about Jewish property whose owners perished during the Holocaust.

  12. Prefettura di Mantova. Ufficio di Gabinetto. Fondo riservato

    • Mantua Prefecture. Archive of the Cabinet's Office. Confidential fonds

    This fonds contains acts of the Mantua Prefecture that were considered “confidential”, due to their “delicacy”. In the folder of the year 1961 there are three copies of the circular letter n° 30, issued by “Ministero dell’Interno” (the Home Secretary of the Italian Government) in June 1961, asking for the deposit into the Italian State Archives of all the documents related to the racial persecution of the “citizens of Jewish origin”, that were still kept by the local “Questura” (Police-headquarters) or “Prefettura” (Prefecture). Documents requested are not only personal files, but also gene...

  13. Prefettura di Mantova. Ufficio di Gabinetto

    • Mantua Prefecture. Cabinet's Office

    In folder n° 15 there are several files named “Razza ebraica” (Jewish race), concerning Mantua and its province, with: a list of the houses owned by Jews, with the names of the people living inside them or “occupying” them; a list of the Jews hidden or irrecoverable in November 26th, 1943; a request by the Militärkommandant in Brescia to obtain quickly a full list with the names of the Jews; a copy of the newspaper “Welt-Dienst”, in Italian, about the “Jewish problem” (January 1944); documents of the “Ispettorato Generale per la Razza” (Racial General Inspectorship); requests to Mantua Pref...

  14. Papo Laura - Bohoreta

    The fond contains original manuscripts and related documents of Laura Papo - Bohoreta. The Archive of Sarajevo considers this fond one of its most important and relevant collections among those of families/public figures, since Laura Papo was one of key figures in Sephardic community of Bosnia and Herzegovina. She died in 1942, and lost members of her family due to Holocaust.

  15. Izraelička-Sefardička osnovna škola Sarajevo

    • Sephardic Primary School Sarajevo

    The school in Sarajevo for Jewish (Sephardi) children was formed in 1903. Records (books) of the school were preserved and kept in Elementary school "Jovan Jovanović Zmaj" Sarajevo, from which they were transferred to the Archive of Sarajevo. While not directly related to the Holocaust period, it is of significance for tracking information regarding Jewish families that lived in Sarajevo before World War 2, their addresses, education, family ties, etc. and comparing it to other data.

  16. Državno ravnateljstvo za gospodarsku ponovu

    • DGRP
    • State Agency for Economical Renewal, branch office Sarajevo

    Contains decrees issued by the State Treasury of the Independent State of Croatia regarding the confiscation of Jewish property in Sarajevo. Also included are correspondence regarding the confiscation of Jewish property, appeals by local Jews, and inspection of confiscated shops, stores and other property.

  17. Ustaška nadzorna služba

    • Ustasha Surveillance Service

    The complete structure of the Ustasha Surveillance Service, the most powerful police establishment of the Independent Croatian state (during World War II), can be found in the collection and these materials have been used as basic source material for numerous scientific papers, doctorates, and publications of local and foreign researchers. Contains records of activities of the Ustasha Surveillance Service regional office in Sarajevo, with documentation regarding fight against Partisans and Serbian (Chetniks) resistance, daily and weekly intelligence reports about the political situation in ...

  18. Személyes és családi irathagyatékok

    • Personal and Family Bequests

    The Hungarian Jewish Archives contains the personal documentary bequest of dozens of important individuals and families in part or as a whole. The individuals in question include Ilona Benoschofsky, Fülöp Grünvald, Imre Kertész, Jenő Lévai, Samu Szemere, Jenő Zsoldos, among others. One of the most significant historical sources among them is the documentary bequest of József Pásztor. This large bequest contains valuable information on the activities of the National Jewish Aid Organization and the Office for Support of Hungarian Israelites during the war years such as its activity and financ...

  19. Pesti Izraelita Hitközség iratai

    • Documents of the Pest Israelite Congregation

    The fond contains the records of the Pest Israelite Congregation. Its elements with relevance to the history of antisemitism and the Holocaust range from 1919 to 1945 and include: records of the Legal Aid Office documenting antisemitic atrocities in 1919-1921; personal papers of President of the Jewish Council Samu Stern; records of aid organizations and campaigns, such as the Welfare Bureau of Hungarian Israelites, the Welfare Bureau of Pest Israelites, the Veteran Committee of the National Israelite Offices and the National Hungarian Jewish Aid Action regarding the aid and relief of Jews ...