Language of Description: English
Language of Description: Multiple
  1. Chervonyi partisan unit

    • Червоний партизанський загін
    • Chervonyi partyzanskyi zahin

    The collection contains lists of manpower, report on the political and military activities of the detachment. Collection includes lists of staff (including partisans of Jewish origin) of Chervonyi partisan unit, which operated in several regions of occupied Ukraine and Russia (file 1, pp. 1, 11, 23-26, 29).

  2. Konotop city committee of the Communist party of Ukraine

    • Конотопський міській комітет Комуністичної партії України
    • Konotopskyi miskiy komitet Komunistychnoi partii Ukrainy

    Collection contains minutes of conferences, plenums, meetings of the bureau, meetings of party and economic officials, city-wide meetings of secretaries of party organizations, heads of enterprises and materials to them. Plans, work reports. Information, memos, acts, correspondence on the implementation of the decisions of the highest bodies on issues of organizational, propaganda, social and economic development. Materials and correspondence about the underground activities of the sabotage group at the steam locomotive plant in 1942-1943. Acts of damage inflicted by the German invaders dur...

  3. Sumy Regional committee of the Communist party of Ukraine

    • Сумський обласний комітет Комуністичної партії України
    • Sumskyi oblasnyi komitet Komunystychnoi partii Ukrainy

    Collection includes: Acts of damage and materials on crimes committed by German fascist invaders. Information about the mass graves (inventory 1). Documents about participation of the Jews in the Soviet partisan and underground movement during the WWII. Lists of Soviet partisans and underground fighters include individuals of the Jewish origin: inventory 3п, file 15, pp. 1-10, 12, 14-17, 19-21, 25, 26, file 88, pp. 13, 17, file 106, pp. 7-12, 21, 23, file 190, pp. 7, 18, file 238, pp. 19, 20, 22-24, 28, 33, 35, 38-40, 73, 74, 76, 77, 102, file 239, pp. 3, 6, 7, file 256, pp. 5, 6, file 257,...

  4. Historical archive at the Romny town's Department of education and propaganda

    • Роменський історичний архів Роменського міського відділу освіти та пропаганди
    • Romenskyi istorychnyi arhiv Romenskoho miskogo viddilu osvity i propahandy

    Collection includes leaflets, announcements, appeals, orders by the German occupation authorities and local administration on various aspects of the life of the Jews (file 1, pp. 1, 10, 19, 23, 24, 31, file 4, pp. 1, 9, 16, file 6, pp. 6, 36, 98, file 27, pp. 44); Order by Ortskommandant of the town of Romny about the execution of the Jewish partisans (file 1, p. 25, file 2, p. 29); a poem flyer with a call to struggle against the Jews (file 4, pp. 2-5); the Easter letter of the Kiev bishop Panteleimon against the Jews (file 4, p. 13, file 27, p. 31).

  5. Clearing house No. 2 at the Romny town administration

    • Роменська друга розрахункова контора Роменської міської управи
    • Romenska druha rozrahunkova kontora Romenskoi miskoi upravy

    Collection contains petitions to grant apartments (file 3, p. 11); report about appropriation of the Jewish belongings (file 3, p. 57); order by the head of town's communal service to appoint a Jewish elder to each Clearing house in order to run effectively the census of the Jewish population (file 4, p. 3).

  6. Clearing house No. 1 at the Romny town administration

    • Роменська перша розрахункова контора Роменської міської управи
    • Romenska persha rozrahunkova kontora Romenskoi miskoi upravy

    Collection includes statements from the Jewish individuals to give them apartments because their own apartments had been occupied by the German soldiers (inventory 1, file 4, p. 4); lists of the Jewish house-owners (inventory 2, file 3, pp. 34, 43).

  7. Zhytne village administration in Romny district

    • Житнянська сільська управа Роменського району
    • Zhytnianska silska uprava Romenskoho raionu

    Collection contains orders of the Romny town administration, orders and announcements on road repairs, milk delivery, population checks, taxes, and the creation of "Hiwi" units to assist the German army. Personal cards and livestock books. Lists of dwellers. Collection includes order by major of the town of Romny to struggle actively against Jewish masonry (file 1, p. 144); leaflet by the town administration addressed to citizens containing greetings with liberation from the power of Jews and Bolsheviks (file 2, p. 25).

  8. Communal farms during the German-Fascist occupation of Sumy oblast

    • Громадські господарства періоду тимчасової німецько-фашистської окупації Сумської області
    • Hromadsky hospodarstva periodu tymchasovoi nimetsko-fashistskoi okupatsii Sumskoi oblasti

    Collection contains orders, announcement of German military authority, civilian institutions, agricultural management bodies on the security issues and fight against partisans, provision of products and materials for the German army, recruitment of laborers to Germany, management of public utilities, property distribution, land plots, livestock. Plans, reports, records of workdays. Accounting documents, economic acts. Collection includes letter from the head of Romny district to elder of Kashpury village about identification and registration of the Jews and all those who were hiding under t...

  9. Nursing home at the Romny town administration

    • Будинок інвалідів Роменської міської управи
    • Budynok invalidiv Romenskoi miskoi upravy

    Collection contains orders of the German command and the chairman of the city administration on the order of allocation land and gardens to the population, on the taxes. Property lists. Information on the payment of wages. Lists of disabled persons. Collection includes lists of the Jewish patients of the Romny nursing home (file 3, pp. 2,12), and materials about admission of the Jews to the nursing home (file 3, pp. 13-19).

  10. District polyclinic at Romny Board of health

    • Роменська районна поліклініка Роменського відділу охорони здоров'я
    • Romenska raionna poliklinika Romenskoho viddilu ohorony zdorov`ia

    Collection contains orders, decisions of the mayor of Romny, and of the head of health department on the education of the labor force, the fight against typhus, cleanliness of the city of Romny and the villages. Instructions for treating tetanus. Applications, certificates. Collection includes order by the major of the town of Romny to register Jewish population not at town's Labor Registry Office but at the office of the Commissioner for the Jewish Labor (file 1, p. 1).

  11. Vlizky village administration in Lebedinskyi district

    • Влізьківська сільська управа Лебединського району
    • Vlizkivska silska uprava Lebedinskoho raionu

    The collection contains the order of the city commandant's office on the organization of the Ukrainian auxiliary police, on the activities of the city commandant's office, on the registration of persons to be sent to Germany, on the punishment of citizens who distributed leaflets and helped the partisans, on the registration of population. Certificates of confirmation of ethnicity. Collection includes order from Ortskommandantur to stamp letter "I" in the Jewish passports and IDs. (file 1, p. 164).

  12. Magistrate of the town of Romny

    • Роменський магістрат

    The order about the city administration. The orders of the burgomaster about execution of the organizers and participants of the guerrilla movement. Postcard by Archbishop Nikanor, heard of Kyiv diocese. Collection includes anti-Jewish orders and antisemitic propaganda materials issued by the occupation authorities and local administration (file 2, pp. 3, 39, 48, 49, 52).

  13. Beriuh village administration in Putivl district

    • Берюхівська сільська управа Путивльського району
    • Beriuhovska silska uprava Putivlskoho raionu

    Collection contains orders of the elder of the district, of chief agronomists to carry out agricultural work, supply of products and clothing for the German army, taxes, recruitment of citizens to work in Germany, registration of residents. Lists of individuals sent to Germany, prisoners of war. Individuals’ applications for tax benefits. Collection includes order by the head of Putivl district to stamp the letter "I" in the passports and other IDs of the local Jewish population (file 1, p. 124).

  14. Bilytsia village administration in Iampil district

    • Білицька сільська управа Ямпільського району

    Collection contains orders by the local auxiliary department at the commandant's office, senior officers of the district on ensuring road safety, census of the population. Lists of Jews, Communists, citizens living on village Khutir-Mikhailovsky, prisoners of war, police officers. Collection includes list of the Jews of the town of Seredyno-Buda from December 1941 (file 2, p. 3).

  15. Obody village administration in Hotin district

    • Ободівська сільська управа Хотінського району
    • Obodivska silska uprava Hotinskoho raionu

    Collection includes order by the local police to the Jews of Obody village to register within 3-day term (file 2, page 1).

  16. Sobycheve village administration in Shostka district

    • Собичівська сільська управа с. Собичеве Шосткинського району
    • Sobychivska silska uprava, s. Sobycheve

    Collection contains order by village elder of Sobychivo village about registration of the Jewish population and reporting to elder when the Jews appear in the village (file 1, p. 15); order by commandant about isolation of the Jews and prohibiting communication between the Jews and non-Jewish dwellers beyond the curfew (file 1, p. 140).

  17. Sydorova Iaruha village administration in Velykopysarivskyi district

    • Сидоровояружська сільська управа с. Сидорова Яруга Великописарівського району
    • Sydorovoiaruzhska silska uprava s. Sydorova Iaruha Velykopysarivskoho raionu

    Collection includes orders of the head of Velyka Pysarivka police about registration of the Jewish families (file 1, p. 65), making lists of the Jewish population (file 1, p. 129), marking Jewish IDs with the letter "Ж" or “ I ” (file 1, p. 365); announcement about introducing labor duty for the Jews in the front rear line (file 3, p. 13); list of the Jewish authors prohibited by the occupation authorities (file 3, p. 261).

  18. Berezivka village administration, Velykopysarivsky district

    • Березівська сільська управа Великописарівського району
    • Berezivska silska uprava Velykopysarevskoho raionu

    Collection contains orders of the commander-in-chief, the provincial commandant, the agricultural commandant, the elders of the district council on the execution of dwellers for helping partisans, the registration of the Communists and the Komsomol members, the dismission of the collective farms, and the implementation of the milk supply plan. Lists of individuals recruited to Germany, lists of persons for land allocation, police officers. Information on the payment of wages. Collection includes order by the police head in Velykopysarevskyi district to mark the Jewish names in the register ...

  19. Office of the Ukrainian auxiliary police in the town of Konotop

    • Конотопське міське управління Української допоміжної охоронної поліції

    Collection contains orders of the district elder about the passporting of the population, dismissal and recruitment. Lists, identity cards and personal applications for issuing passports. Accounting books for issuing passports. Search records. The book of the property of the police. Payroll information for police officers. The collection includes: 1. Lists of the dwellers of Konotop, including Jews (inv. 1, file 35, pp. 196, 201, 214, 223-225); 2. Statements about confiscation of property from the Jews of Konotop (inv. 2, file 2, pp. 17, 31, 33, 35, 305, 311, 371-377).

  20. Bureau of the head of the city of Putivl

    • Управління старшини м. Путивля
    • Upravlinnia starshyny m. Putivlia

    The collection contains orders of the German and the local administrations. It includes the order by the head of Putivl administration to type in the letter "i" in the passports and interim certificates belonged to the Jewish population (file 2, p. 323, file 3, p. 272).