Language of Description: English
Language of Description: Multiple
Holding Institution: Державний архів Одеської області
  1. 2-поліцейський участок Префектури міста Одеси.

    USHMM has copied from this fonds and describes the copies as follows: Fond 2353; Opis 1 Ed. hr. No. 232 – Declarations on the ethnic origin of persons in Transnistria. 165pp. Fond 2353; Opis 1 Ed. hr. No. 241 – Birth certificates of Transnistrian citizens. 1943. 64pp. Fond 2353; Opis 1 Ed. hr. No. 248 – Lists of refugees in Transnistria. 78pp. Fond 2353; Opis 1 Ed. hr. No. 251 – Population statistics for the district of Odessa. 1943. 18pp. Fond 2353; Opis 1 Ed. hr. No. 254 – Population statistics for the district of Odessa. 1943. List of 3,441 persons under the age of 20 in Odessa. 1943. 91...

  2. 9-й поліцейський участок Префектури поліції міста Одеси

    • Ninth Precinct of the Police Prefecture of the City of Odessa

    Inventories in the fonds are systematized according to the structural-chronological principle. Included (f. R-2353, f. R-2354) are accounting data of the second and ninth police precincts compiled on the eve of and after the interning of Jews in ghettos: family lists of Jews residing within the precincts, with family members’ ages indicated; addresses of and numbers of rooms in apartments they occupied; and documents describing Jewish property left behind (f. R-2353, 1942). There is also a list of Jews sent from the Mogilev ghetto for a month to work at the printing office of the Governorat...

  3. Archival Section of the Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Izmail Region

    The fond includes one inventory systematized chronologically. Included are chronologies of the German-Romanian occupation of population centers of the Izmail region; these contain information on instances of mass killings of Jews, toward whom the occupiers harbored “a particularly horrifying hatred,” including in Akkerman (from 1944 on, Belgorod-Dnestrovskii), the towns of Artsiz, Kiliia, Tatarbunary, and Tarutino, and the villages of Briiany, Manzur, Novyi Fershampenuaz (Artsiz district), Sarata, and Shabo (1946). A number of documents indicate the names of victims. There are also lists of...

  4. Archival Section of the Administration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Odessa Region, City of Odessa

    The fond includes forty-three inventories, in which documents are systematized chronologically and, for personal files in op. 11, 39, and 40L, alphabetically. Documents in the fond include (op. 2, 24) correspondence with the Main Archival Administration of the Ukrainian SSR, subsections of the NKVD and Ministry of Internal Affairs, and local organs of executive power on ascertaining and investigating crimes of the German-Romanian invaders in the Odessa region; chronologies of the occupation of population centers in the Odessa region, including information on instances of mass terror perpetr...

  5. Documents and Materials on the History of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-45 in the Territory of the Odessa Region: The Underground and Partisan Movement

    Documents on the underground and partisan struggle that took place in the territory of the Odessa region during World War II began to be put into storage in 1944 at the former Party Archive of the Odessa Regional Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine, where they were stored in fond P-11, op. 45 (Odessa Regional Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine). These documents were made into a separate consolidated collection (f. P-92) in 1975. In subsequent years, a number of units therefrom were transferred to the corresponding party archives of the Nikolaev and Kirovograd regions, and s...

  6. State Archive of the Odessa Region

    The fond includes four inventories systematized chronologically and, for personal files in op. 2L, alphabetically. Included are materials (op. 1) connected with the work of archive personnel in assisting the Odessa Regional Extraordinary State Commission, in particular, the album Fascist Atrocities in the Odessa Region during its Temporary Occupation, with photographs of the ghetto near the village of Bogdanovka (Domanevka district, Odessa region) showing external and internal views of living quarters, excavations of burial sites in places of mass shootings of Jews, a medical commission’s w...

  7. Балтська фабрика по виробництву валянок Дирекції індустрії Губернаторства Трансністрії, м. Балта Балтського р-ну Одеської області

    • Felt Boot Factory of the Governorate of Transnistria Directorate of Industry, City of Balta (Balta District, Balta County)

    The fond includes one inventory systematized according to the structural-chronological principle. Materials in the fond include a report of the board of directors of the Balta felt boot factory addressed to the Governorate of Transnistria Directorate of Industry on the number of Jews brought in to work there, a list of these, and a list of men from the Balta ghetto who did not show up to work on 13 August 1943; letters from the felt boot factory board of directors to the prefect of Balta county and the leaders of the Balta ghetto requesting that Jews be sent to work at the factory (1943), a...

  8. Головна регістратура Губернаторства Трансністрії, м Одеса

    • Main Registry of the Governorate of Transnistria, City of Odessa

    The fond consists of four inventories systematized according to the structural-chronological principle. Documents (op. 1, 3-4) include correspondence of Governorate directorates with administrative institutions and military and police departments of Romania and Transnistria on the deportation of the Jewish population of Odessa, Bessarabia, and Bukovina into ghettos, the location and movements of Jews in the territory of Transnistria and their labor conscription fulfillment, on food ration deliveries, etc. (1942-43); lists of Jews (including a breakdown by sex and profession) in the ghettos ...

  9. Дирекція агрикультури Губернаторства Трансністрії, м . Одеса.

    • Governorate of Transnistria Directorate of Agriculture
  10. Дирекція забезпечення Примарії Одеського муніципалітету, м. Одеса.

    • Odessa Municipal Primaria Procurement Directorate

    The fond includes four inventories systematized according to the structural-chronological principle. Documents in the fond include the order (8 January 1943) of Odessa city head G. Pyntia that Jews’ and communists’ personal assets remaining after their deportation to the ghetto be leased to Romanian military and diplomatic personnel, officials, and other persons; instructions of the Odessa Municipal Primaria Procurement Directorate on the leasing and takeover of “ghetto property” and a report by commodities subsection chief N. Okul on the transfer of 4,000 apartments of Odessa residents dri...

  11. Дирекція комерції Губернаторства Трансністрії, м. Одеса

    • Governorate of Transnistria Directorate of Commerce

    The fond includes four inventories systematized according to the structural-chronological principle. Documents in the fond include an order (31 December 1942) by the civilian governor of Transnistria to utilize Jews interned in the Vapniarka camp in forced labor, and the governor’s permission (1942) to utilize Jewish specialists from the city of Odessa in institutions of Transnistria; lists of Jewish bookkeepers located in the cities of Balta and Mogilev-Podol’skii and in Mogilev county (1942); etc. The documents are in Romanian and Russian.

  12. Дирекція культури Губернаторства Трансністрії, м. Одеса

    • Governorate of Transnistria Directorate of Culture
  13. Дирекція лісів Губернаторства Трансністрії, м. Одеса

    • Governorate of Transnistria Directorate of Forestry

    The fond includes one inventory systematized according to the structural-chronological principle. Documents housed in the fond include correspondence of the Directorate of Forestry with prefectures and forestries on the forced transport of Jews to logging areas and their use there as a labor force (1942); on sending Jews to work at the Shargorod and Kryzhopol’ forestries (1942); and on the appointment of a Jewish specialist to the Directorate of Forestry (1942). There is also information on the condition of Jews in the Rybnitsa ghetto and the number of houses located therein; on the deplora...

  14. Дирекція охорони здоров'я Губернаторства Трансністрії, м. Одеса.

    • Directorate of Health of the Governorate of Transnistria, City of Odessa

    The fond includes two inventories systematized according to the structural-chronological principle. Documents in the fond include (op. 1) a report (1942) by Dr. Mircha Beier on the condition of Jews in the Tiraspol’ ghetto; the ghetto’s population, sanitary conditions, etc.

  15. Дирекція праці Губернаторства Трансністрії, м. Одеса.

    • Directorate of Labor of the Governorate of Transnistria, City of Odessa

    The fond includes two inventories systematized according to the structural-chronological principle. The fond contains (op. 1, 2) orders of the Romanian occupation authorities, including an order (2 January 1942) by head of state I. Antonescu and Transnistria civilian governor G. Alexianu on the forcible removal of Jews from Odessa and environs beginning 10 January 1942 and their settlement in ghettos (in northern Ochakov county and southern Berezovka county), and on the liquidation of the property of Jews; prefects’ letters on creating Jewish labor bureaus in the counties, including a state...

  16. Дирекція юстиції Губернаторства Трансністрії, м. Одеса.

    • Governorate of Transnistria Directorate of Justice
  17. Дирекція індустрії Губернаторства Трансністрії, м. Одеса

    • Governorate of Transnistria Directorate of Industry

    The fond includes three inventories systematized chronologically. Documents in the fond include orders of the governor of Transnistria (11 November 1941) that a special count be taken of Jews, that special lists be drawn up of their settlement in colonies, and that their labor conscription be organized; (2 January 1942) that the Jews of Odessa be deported beginning 10 January 1942 with the aim of their subsequent settlement in ghettos (in northern Ochakov county and southern Berezovka county), and that the property of Jews be liquidated; correspondence with the Directorate of Labor on using...