Language of Description: English
Language of Description: Multiple
Country: Italy
  1. Attività dell'Unione delle Comunità Israelitiche Italiane fino al 1933

    • Activities of Union of Italian Jewish Communities untill 1933
    • AUCII fino al 1933

    The above mentioned series are important since they can document the situation in Europe, the flee of Refugees, the necessity to recover them; beside that, the series "Demografia e Statistica; anagrafe" can be important to know the situation before the census of Jewish population, of immigrant population, and the total amount of italian and foreign Jews before the 1938 racial laws

  2. Fondo Aucii dal 1948 (Attività dell'Unione delle Comunità Israelitiche Italiane dal 1948)

    • Attività dell'Unione delle Comunità Israelitiche Italiane dal 1948

    Some files, found in the previous collection of Fondo Aucii dal 1934, were inserted in this Fund, for chronological or content reasons. The Registers contain minutes of Council, junta; payment accounts, heredities, Italian Rabbinical College.

  3. Fondo Aucii dal 1934 (Attività dell'Unione delle Comunità Israelitiche Italiane dal 1934)

    • Activities of Union of Italian Jewish Communities since 1934

    Very important are the Delasem papers, an organization for the assistance to the refugees; other subjects the documents related to the persecution of italian Jews in the Fascist Era; Racial Laws; Israel; Censuses on population and heritage possessed by Jews.

  4. Prefettura di Trieste

    • Trieste Prefecture

    This collection contains documents on Italy’s fascist racial laws and their implementation in the city and region of Trieste; a registry of Jews in 1938; lists of Jews deported from Trieste and Adriatic region; and lists of Jewish refugees to Palestine. Documents mention the Risiera di San Sabba transit camp, part of Operationszone Adriatisches Küstenland (OZAK), a German-occupied enclave on the Adriatic coast. The records also concern Jewish communities in the coastal provinces of Fiume, Gorizia, Pola, Trieste, and Zara. The records are from two series: the Gabinetto series, on the registr...

  5. Corte di Appello di Trieste

    • Triest Court of Appeals

    Contains various records concerning the legal discrimination against and expulsion of Jews from various professions in Trieste and the Adriatic coast during the war. It also contains postwar court records concerning the restitution of expropriated Jewish property.

  6. 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, with anti-Jewish propaganda (January 1944); documents of the “Ispettorato Generale per la Razza” (Racial General Inspectorship); requests to Mantua Pre...

  7. Prefettura di Mantova. Carteggio (1866-1951)

    • Prefettura di Mantova (1866-1951)

    In this subfonds, only two folders (n° 2890 and 2891) are related to the Holocaust period, but they are extremely important and actually they should be kept in another fonds of the Mantua State Archive, that is EGELI (see it), as they hold documents of the “dissequestro” (un-seizure) of the Jewish belongings after World War II. In these two folders there is a list, kept in alphabetical order, of all the seizure of Jewish belongings for which no decree of un-seizure had intervened (that is, Jewish family who had not yet received their properties back); every family name’s file contains the s...

  8. 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...

  9. Jewish Community of Rome, Management and Accountancy, Correspondence

    It contains the correspondence created by the administration of the Jewish Community of Rome.

  10. Documenti sulla persecuzione degli ebrei in Italia

  11. RSI, Segreteria particolare del ministro Paolo Zerbino

  12. RSI, Prefettura di Milano

  13. RSI, Carteggio ordinario

  14. Commissione di epurazione del personale ex Ministero cultura popolare

  15. Alto Commissariato per le sanzioni contro il fascismo

  16. Alta corte di giustizia per le sanzioni contro il fascismo


  18. Repubblica Sociale Italiana

    • Italian Social Republic

    The fonds contains records created by the Ministry of Military Forces, the Army General Staff, the Supreme Military Court of Justice of the Italian Social Republic. Several files concern internment camps in Italy and in Germany, repatriation of war prisoners, dead prisoners.

  19. Archivio della Commissione d'inchiesta per i criminali di guerra italiani secondo alcuni stati esteri

    • Archives of the Inquiry Commission on Italian War Criminals according to Foreign Countries

    A certificate delivered by the head of the Jewish community of Nice to the director of the Italian civil police during the Italian occupation can be found inside the file n.118, sub-file n.1.

  20. Commissione Anselmi sui Beni Ebraici

    • Anselmi Commission on Jewish Properties

    The general report, available both in Italian and in English, traces spoliation, confiscation, depredation liquidation and post-war restitution of Jewish citizens' properties. The cooperation by several banks and the Banca d'Italia is described.