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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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 ...

  5. 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...

  6. 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 ...

  7. Trenčianska župa II

    • Trenčín County II

    Fonds contains preserved documents of the County Office of the Trenčín County (Trenčianska župa), which was the regional state administration body in Slovakia (1940-1945). Besides essential documents on the political, economic and security developments at the respected territory it contains important documents on the anti-Jewish policy of the Hlinka Slovak People´s Party Regime. Fonds, for example, contains files about the doctors of Jewish origin and limitations of their practice, file on the expropriation of the property of spa in Piešťany which belonged to Winter family and files on indi...

  8. Okresný ľúdový súd v Gelnici

    • District People´s Court in Gelnica

    The fonds contains various case files pertaining various forms of persecution of Jews in Slovakia (1938-1945). Besides the file containing the information on the so called aryanisation of the enterprise in Krompachy, there is also a file of the former official in Gelnica with the information on various forms of persecution of Jews, including the deportation of Jews from Gelnica in 1942. There is also a file with the information on the activities of the Heimatschutz in Gelnica and the persecution of specific person by it´s representative. Two separate case files concern former members of the...

  9. Okresný ľudový súd v Spišskej Starej Vsi

    • District People´s Court in Spišská Stará Ves

    The fonds contains case files with the information on the persecution of Jews in Spišská Stará Ves. One file pertains the former member of the Hlinka Guard in Spišská Stará Ves and contains the info on house searches in Jewish households as well as other activities of the HG against the Jews. Another file contains the information on the so called aryanization of the specific shop in Spišská Stará Ves and the denunciation of Jews. There is also a file with the information on deportation of Jews from Spišská Stará Ves in 1942.

  10. Okresný ľúdový súd v Starej Ľubovni

    • District People´s Court in Stará Ľubovňa

    The fonds contains various case files pertaining the persecution of Jews in 1938-1945. Among others there is a file on the physical abuse of Jews in Gňazdy or robbing of Jews in Plavnica in 1939. Another file contains the information about breaking into the houses of Jews and the robbery in Stará Ľubovňa in May 1941. There is also a file with the information on anti-Jewish violence (breaking windows) commited by German children visiting Stará Ľubovňa within the framework of the KLV action in 1942. Several files pertain the deportation of Jews from Stará Ľubovňa and village Gňazdy in 1942. O...

  11. Okresný ľudový súd v Spišskej Novej Vsi

    • District People´s Court in Spišská Nová Ves

    The fonds contains the information on the so called aryanisation of Jewish enterprise property in Spišská Nová Ves. One file contains the information on various anti-Jewish activities and physical of abuse of Jews in Spišská Nová Ves organized by local inhabitants as well as German children from the Third Reich visiting the town during the KLV action. Several files contain the information about the deportation of Jews from Spišská Nová Ves, Markušovce. The fonds contains four separate case files of the former members of SS who served as guards in Gross-Rosen, Neuengamme, Braunschweig, Berge...

  12. Okresný ľudový súd v Poprade

    • District People´s Court in Poprad

    The fonds contains the case file of the former commander of the Concentration center for Jews in Poprad, which was one of the five concentration camps used during the deportation of Jews from Slovakia in 1942. This concentration camp was created in March 1942 few weeks before the beginning of deportation. Another file pertains the former guard of concentration camp in Poprad. Several files concern the persecution and murders of Jews in 1944. One of such case files pertains the arrest of Jews as well as non-Jews in sanatorium "Charitas" in Dolný Smokovec in September 1944. Another file conce...

  13. Okresný ľudový súd v Levoči

    • District People´s Court in Levoča

    The fonds contains various case files pertaining various forms of persecution of Jews in Slovakia (1938-1945) from its very beginning in 1938. Among others, there is a file concerning the deportation of Jews from the territory of Slovakia in November 1938. Several other files contain the information on the so called aryanisation of Jewish property in Levoča, Spišské Podhradie, Kežmarok and Spišská Stará Ves. Several files contain the information and testimonies about the deportation of Jews in 1942 from Levoča, Spišské Podhradie, Stará Ľubovňa, Spišská Nová Ves. Two different case files con...

  14. Okresný ľudový súd v Kežmarku

    • District People´s Court in Kežmarok

    The fonds contains various case files pertaining the persecution of Jews in Slovakia (1938-1945). One file contains the information on the so called aryanisation of the company in Spišská Belá. Two separate case files contain the information on the Kommando ZbV 27 which operated in this area in 1944. Two other files concern former members of the SS, who served as guards in concentration camps Buchenwald and Auschwitz. There is also information on persecution of Roma in the fonds. One file contains information on the murder of Roma in the forest near Nová Lesná in September 1944.

  15. Ústredná kancelária autonómnych ortodoxných židovských náboženských obcí

    • Central Office of Autonomous Orthodox Jewish Religious Communities

    The fonds contains preserved agenda of the Central Office of Autonomous Orthodox Jewish Religious Communities, the highest representative body of Jewish Orthodox Religious Communities in Slovakia and Subcarpathian Ruthenia (Podkarpatská Rus) in 1919-1938 as well as Slovak state 1939-1945. The fonds contains correspondence of specific Jewish Autonomous Orthodox Religious Communities on various issues, including the operation of Communities during the period of Holocaust. The fonds telegrams, reports, letters.

  16. Matična knjiga rođenih Sarajevo

    • Parish registry Sarajevo

    Contains information about Jewish community members (births, deaths, etc.). Can be used to track Jewish heritage or family members, Holocaust victims or survivors..

  17. Fond pre správu poľnohospodárskych majetkov

    • Agricultural Property Management Fund
    • FSPM

    The fonds contains the materials of the Agricultural Property Management Fund that was the state-funded body established within the State Land Office in order to carry out the administration of the agricultural property of the Jews deported from Slovakia.

  18. Košice – mesto s municipiálnym zriadením

    • Košice - City with the Municipal Administration

    The town municipality agenda, summarized in a special the fonds named "Košice City with a Municipal Administration" covers the period 1939-1944 and reflects the life of Košice during the war years. By the Ordinance of the Hungarian Government no. 9330/1938 M.E. and the introduction of civilian administration in Košice on 20 December 1938 Kosice was incorporated into the Hungarian public administration as a "municipal town" - a free royal city. The fond contains a total of 125 inventory units, all of which is in Hungarian. Anti-Jewish measures agenda is present in the entire fonds and it doc...

  19. Daily bulletins

    bulletins and contrainformative reports at the 3-rd army, from April 1, 1942.

  20. The army of occupation.

    Orders and instructions for guarding of the territory. Redeployment of the 3-rd Army: details and distribution of troops. “General Instructions Nr. 8575” with 10 annexes. Instructions for organizing the operation of the telecommunication equipment. Instructions for the collaboration between Romanian troops of occupation and the German authorities.