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Language of Description: English
  1. The She’erit Hapletah Collection - Displaced Persons life in the camps, 1945-1948

    In this Collection there is documentation regarding the lives of the displaced persons (DPs) in the camps. It contains thousands of placards from the camps, mainly concerning cultural and artistic matters, religious life, sport, elections and political parties. Additionally, there are announcements , principally issued by administrative departments in the Eschwefe DP camp and the Feldafing DP camp. There are letters or surveys on subjects related to daily life in the DP camps in a few individual files.

  2. The Recha Freier Archive: Founder of Youth Aliyah in Germany, 1935-1951

    The collection contains Recha Freier's personal files, including correspondence with various international organizations, among them the Hadassah Women's Zionist Organization of the United States, which directed its main efforts to the project to rescue Jewish children during the Holocaust.

  3. Protocols and historical documentation from the Demjanjuk Trial, 1986-1988

    A. Official protocols of the trial in Hebrew and in translation into English B. Historical documentation which served the prosecution at the Demjanjuk Trial

  4. The Julia Vajda Collection: Testimonies of Hungarian survivors, 2004-2007

    The collection contains interviews with survivors conducted by Dr. Júlia Vajda as part of the “Totalitarianism and Holocaust Project” of the University of Debrecen, Hungary, 2004-2007, and documentation regarding these interviews. There are 332 audio testimonies in the collection: 308 interviews with Jewish survivors and 24 with non-Jewish witnesses.Documentation regarding the interviews: - Completed questionnaires containing personal information regarding the survivor and information concerning the fate of the survivor's family in the Holocaust (There is a completed questionnaire for each ...

  5. Evidentiary Material in preparation for the Eichmann Trial

    The Collection contains evidentiary material in preparation for the Eichmann Trial, including transcripts of testimonies given to the Israel police, and copies of documents from the Holocaust period, 1933-1961

  6. Legal documentation collected in Israel in preparation for criminal trials

    This Record Group contains material regarding Nazi criminals collected in Israel to assist in the interrogations and the placing of war criminals on trial, including: Testimonies of Holocaust survivors collected in courts in Israel as requested by courts abroad, newspaper clippings regarding criminals (at times regarding camps as well), lists of Nazi criminals, documentation regarding criminal trials abroad (newspaper articles, indictments, verdicts), correspondence regarding the collection of the material, and reports regarding the Department for Investigation of Nazi Crimes (INC) of the I...

  7. The Dr. Nathan Eck Collection, holocaust researcher, 1938-1976

    The documentation mainly deals with research on various aspects of the Holocaust period in Poland and France. There are research papers, testimonies, newspaper clippings, correspondence and documentation concerning the emigration of Jews to Latin American countries. Outstanding documentation in the collection: - Draft of Dr. Nathan Eck's memoirs, Paris, June-July 1944; - Undated draft of descriptions and memoirs from the WW II period in Lodz, Warsaw and Vittel; - Testimonies regarding the persecution and murder of Jews and the uprising in the Sobibor extermination camp; - Articles, essays, ...

  8. Documentation of the Central British Fund

    The documentation covers the period from the end of the war until after 1960 and primarily relates to Jews displaced during the war. There is also documentation regarding activities in other countries as well as problems related to Eretz Israel and the creation of the State of Israel in the Record Group. The documentation in the Record Group describes the efforts that were made to evacuate Jews from Nazi-controlled Europe, 1933-1944, the subsequent care of these refugees, post-war reparation, the impact of the Holocaust on the Zionist movement, and many other issues. The archive is all the ...

  9. Documentation on Jewish folklore during the Second World War

    There are 353 poems/songs in the collection, mostly in Yiddish. Most of the poems/songs were written by inmates of the camps and ghettos during the war, and some after the end of the war. The poems/songs express the suffering and torture, the life under subhuman conditions and the murder of the Jews; they also tell of the burning of synagogues and desecration of holy books and religious articles. Despite the despair permeating the poems/songs, there is also a spark of hope, a ray of light at the end of the tunnel and the yearning for victory and revenge against the Germans as well as the ex...

  10. Documentation of the office of the Central Historical Commission of the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in the U.S. Zone , 1945-1948

    This Collection contains the correspondence of the Central Historical Commission of the Central Committee of Liberated Jews (CHC) with its various branches in the DP camps, Jewish leaders and institutions in different countries, and the German municipal authorities. The correspondence deals mainly with gathering documentation regarding the Holocaust, cultural activity in the DP camps and the editorial work of the CHC.

  11. 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...

  12. Documentation from Economic Archives in Germany, 1933-1945

    n the Collection there is documentation regarding the confiscation of Jewish property including: - Documentation from Wirtschaftsarchiv Baden-Wuertemberg containing correspondence regarding the Aryanization of Jewish shops and companies, and directives from the Finanzministerium (Finance ministry) regarding the distancing of Jews from economic life;- Documentation from the Oberfinanzdirektion Berlin (Financial Directorate in Berlin) regarding Jewish property, including a list of Jews expelled from their homes, property and tax files of Jews, directives and regulations regarding Jewish prope...

  13. Documentation regarding the Holocaust from the Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine (CDJC - Center of Contemporary Jewish Documentation) in Paris

    The Archives contain documentation of the Gestapo, the Commissariat Général aux Questions Juives (CGQJ-Commissariat-General for Jewish Affairs), the Union Generale des Israelites de France (UGIF-General Union of Jews in France), the German and Italian Embassies, the Nuremberg Trials and more.

  14. Israeli Police Investigations of Nazi Crimes: Documentation of the Israel Police unit assigned to investigate Nazi war crimes

    In the Record Group there are files prepared by the Israel Police unit assigned to investigate Nazi war crimes for use in Nazi war criminal trials. In the files there is documentation regarding criminals or locations where crimes were committed (such as camps) including protocols of testimonies, information collected by the police, and much administrative documentation regarding the investigations and the unit itself.

  15. Indictments, verdicts and investigatory reports from the trials of Nazi criminals, Germany

    Included in the files: - Legal documentation: indictments and verdicts, protocols of trials and correspondence between the investigating bodies (the local States Attorneys in West Germany, the Security Bureau in East Germany);- Evidentiary materials: Information gathered during the investigation regarding Nazi criminals including many testimonies, copies of documents from the Nazi period, maps and photographs of sites at which crimes were committed, interrogations of criminals; - Reports of experts prepared for the trial such as reports from the Military History Research Institute in East G...

  16. Commission to Investigate the Crimes of the German-Fascist Invaders in the Territory of the Kakhovka District at the Executive Committee of the Kakhovka District Council of Toilers’ Deputies, Kakhovka Town (Kakhovka District, Kherson Region)

    The fonds’ inventories are systematized chronologically. The fond house proceedings of district extraordinary state commissions and other materials (minutes of interrogations of witnesses, write-ups of the analysis of forensic medical experts, photographs of burial sites and exhumed bodies, etc.) containing data on the number of Jews who perished at the hands of the occupiers, the circumstances and places of shootings (in the territory of the G. Dmitrov Kolkhoz [Kakhovka district]), on the German officers in charge of these, their local accomplices, etc. The documents are in Russian.

  17. Commission to Investigate the Crimes of the German-Fascist Invaders in the Territory of the Chaplynka District at the Executive Committee of the Chaplynka District Council of Toilers’ Deputies, Chaplynka Village (Chaplynka District, Mykolaiv Region, from 1944 Kherson Region)

    The fonds’ inventories are systematized chronologically. The fonds house proceedings of district extraordinary state commissions and other materials (minutes of interrogations of witnesses, write-ups of the analysis of forensic medical experts, photographs of burial sites and exhumed bodies, etc.) containing data on the number of Jews who perished at the hands of the occupiers, the circumstances and places of shootings, on the German officers in charge of these, their local accomplices, etc. Chronological information on the occupation of population centers of the Chaplinka district includes...

  18. Documentation from trials conducted against war criminals that were held in Austria after the war

    The main body of the Record Group consists of verdicts and short items regarding trials conducted in the People's Courts after the war. Additionally, in the Record Group there is much documentation from the trial of Ernst Lerch and others, commanders of the SS-und Polizeifuehrer (SSPF -SS and police commanders) in Lublin including important information regarding the mass murder of the European Jews in the area.

  19. Documentation of the American Joint Distribution Committee (AJDC) in Krakow, Poland regarding the organization activities in Poland, 1939-1942

    The documentation includes the welfare and assistance activities of the AJDC to the Jews of Poland; it consists of four main parts: 1. AJDC correspondence with the German administration authorities in occupied Poland; 2. AJDC correspondence with Jewish institutions and organizations in Poland; 3. AJDC correspondence with Jewish institutions and organizations outside of Poland; 4. Survey reports, charts and statistical data. 1. Correspondence with the German administration authorities in occupied Poland, August 1940-January 1942, including requests for the issuing of various permits, such as...

  20. Alexandria Collection: Nazi documentation from the US National Archives

    The documentation includes documents from German government offices, Nazi organizations (including the Nazi party), SS Headquarters and the German Police, as well as German Army units on various levels, from Army Groups to Divisions.