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  1. The SS Members personal files from the Berlin Document Center

    This collection includes personal files of SS officers above the rank of Untersturmfuehrer has been kept at the BDC. In the files there is varied documentation, and in certain instances, the BDC personnel have added documentation regarding a specific officer from other collections in the BDC archive. A large number of files regarding the SS officers were created from questionnaires concerning the personality of the officer. In addition to general data, there is also psychological and medical information and information regarding the officer's outlook on life. In the SS personal files there ...

  2. Documentation of the Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee (JAF) in the Soviet Union

    Description of the collection : Official Committee documentation, testimonies of survivors, Red Army soldiers, underground members, lists of Jewish victims, notices and announcements, investigative reports against Nazi criminals, survey reports, letters, radio broadcasts, articles and photographs. There are three main collections in the records group:A. Documentation regarding the Holocaust from the"Black Book", including valuable testimonies, diaries and memoirs that were processed for literary presentation and others that were only published partially, testimonies and memoirs regarding th...

  3. Documentation of the Kulturbund der Juden in Deutschland (the Cultural Organization of German Jewry)

    This Record Group is the private archive of the director-actor Fritz Wisten, who was one of the organization activists. The documentation that arrived at Yad Vashem consists of photocopies of the original documentation in the archive, which is housed at the Stiftung Akademie der Kuenste Archive in Berlin. Most of the documentation in this Record Group is in German, dealing primarily with the Kulturbund activities after 1938. The Record group contains documentation of all the Kulturband activities:- Discussions with Hans Hinkel; - Organizational activities;- Surveys of organizational activit...

  4. Documentation of the Dachau concentration camp

    In the collection there is administrational documentation including a few files kept by the camp administration. In many of the files there are forms for payment and insurance of the inmates.In other files there is personal documentation such as passports and photographs of inmates as well as the central card index file of the camp inmates (along with a separate card index file of the Jews from Hungary who arrived at the camp). In the collection there is also personal documentation of citizens from various countries which has been entered in the files beginning with File No. 501 (these file...

  5. Documentation of the Central Historical Commission (CHC) of the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in the American Occupied Zone, Munich

    The Central Historical Commission in Munich began collecting historical documentation in Germany in December 1945. Much work was invested in involving Jewish survivors of concentration camps in Germany in the collection activity, and the response was great. It could be that the survivors' response was an expression of their spontaneous desire to perpetuate the memories of those who perished and document the terrors of the Holocaust. The 50 CHC branches established in the American Occupied Zone in Germany filled an important role. Indeed, much documentation arrived at the CHC in Munich via t...

  6. Collection of Hansi and Joel Brand, activists in the Relief and Rescue Committee in Budapest during World War II

    In the Collection there are 97 files containing original documentation mainly regarding the following subjects: A. The history of the Jews of Hungary during the Holocaust;B. Efforts of the Relief and Rescue Committee in Hungary throguh which Hansi and Joel Brand conducted their activities, 1942-1944; G."Joel Brand: Die Geschichte eines Geschäfts"(Joel Brand, the Story of a Businessman), a radio play written by Heinar Kipphardt based on Joel Brand's life. C. The roles of various Jewish institutions which were active in the Free World whose goal it was to rescue the Jews of Hungary;D. Documen...

  7. The Itzhak Katzenelson Collection

    The collection contains the works of poet and educator Itzhak Katzenelson, based on periods in his life and crucial events from the early 20th C. through and including the Holocaust. Materials include manuscripts of plays, prose works, and poetry; his correspondence with figures in the spheres of culture, education and literature; his letters to family members; and more. Scope: The collection has four chronological divisions: (a) his pre-war writings and correspondence; (b) his Warsaw ghetto works; (c) his Vittel camp works; (d) correspondence about the fate of Katzenelson and about his wr...

  8. Documentation collected in preparation for the Eichmann Trial, 1933-1962

    The Office 06 investigators gathered the material from Nuremberg Trials documentation, documents from the German Foreign Ministry and other sources. Due to this fact, the collection also contains documents known from other sources. There are also original documents, such as opinions collected in anticipation of the trial regarding Eichmann's activities and protocols of testimonies recorded by the 06 investigators. The Record Group contains approximately 1,700 documents. In general, most of the material consists of copies that have been duplicated on duplicating machines with the 06 Unit Log...

  9. Jan Karski Collection

    The documentation in the Collection: Correspondence, memos, government documentation, bulletins, reports, research, texts of speeches, printed matter, photographs, newspapers and newspaper clippings, journals and microfilm regarding the events and the living conditions in occupied Poland during World War II, the German occupation and the Soviet occupation, the attitude towards the Jews and activities of the Polish underground.

  10. The German Academy of Science: Lexicon regarding outstanding economists (not including Jews), 1930-1941

    This Collection contains pre-World War II files of the German Academy of Science in Munich, including documentation for a lexicon of outstanding German economists and industrialists (Deutsche Wirtschfsfuehrer), since 1801 excluding Jews. The files contain correspondence about the project and the files of the project itself as well as an information page with a few lines regarding each person, arranged alphabetically.

  11. The German Emigrants Card Catalog expatriated by the Nazis (Ausbürgerungskartei)

    In the Collection there is a card catalog of German emigrants whose citizenship was revoked due to their emigration from Germany; these former citizens are regarded as enemies of the regime. Included in the card catalog are the names of many Jews as well as leftists, including artists, authors and journalists.

  12. The Jewish Press Agency in Switzerland- JUNA - newspaper clippings collection, 1936-1965

    The collections consists of newspaper clippings, mainly about the condition of the Jewish people in Nazi occupied Europe.

  13. The Matilde Finzi-Bassani Personal Archive , Italy

    The Collection contains Matilde Finzi-Bassani's personal documentation as well as much documentation regarding the anti-Fascist underground in Italy.

  14. The Ludwigsburg Collection: Documentation regarding Nazi war crimes, collected by the West Germany legal system

    The collection contains important information regarding many Nazi war crimes reported by the groups that actually carried them out, mainly SS units, the police and the gendarmerie. Additionally, the collection includes both documentation and testimonies gathered by local judicial systems in the eastern European countries. There are also many reports of German units from the field providing information regarding murders of Jews that they carried out, dates, places where the murders took place and the number of Jews murdered. The collection also contains recommendations for the awarding of ci...

  15. The Kurt Grossmann Archives: Documentation regarding Kurt Grossman's activities as an advisor to the Jewish Agency and documentation regarding reparations

    In the collection there is documentation primarily regarding the background to Grossmann's activities as a press officer after World War II, along with documentation regarding the negotiations conducted between Israel and Germany concerning the reparations. The documentation includes mainly German publications regarding German legislation concerning reparations and reports of Grossmann's trips to Germany. More than half the documentation consists of press clippings.

  16. Kulka-Jaeckel Collection: Nazi reports regarding public opinion in Germany

    The Collection includes reports regarding the Stimmungsberichte (atmosphere; mood) among the members of SD units, the Gestapo, the Nazi Party and local authorities throughout Germany. The reports in which there is information regarding the Jews served as the basis for the book,"Die Juden in den geheimen NS-Stimmungsberichten 1933-1945"(The Jews in the Secret Nazi Atmosphere Reports, 1933-1945), Kulka, Otto Dov and Jäckel, Eberhard, eds., Droste Verlag, Düsseldorf, 2004.

  17. The Kulka-Hildesheimer Collection: Documentation of the Reich Representation of German Jews, 1932-1938

    Included in the documentation is a huge number of documents regarding the organization starting from the preparation stages for its establishment and through its dissolution, protocols of meetings held by administrative bodies and organization committees, documents and letters, letters received by the organization from Jewish communities and organizations and documents about the Reich Representation, clippings from the Jewish press concerning the organization, documents of Jewish communities regarding implementation of the guidelines of the Reich Representation and more.

  18. Kriegsverbrecherreferat (War Criminals Department), Central Committee of Liberated Jews - Munich

    In this collection there are files containing much documentation regarding criminals according to the places where they were active, in camps or in ghettos.

  19. Memoirs and diaries from the Holocaust period collected by the Central Jewish Committee in Poland

    Memoirs and diaries submitted to the Jewish Historical Insitute in Warsaw and catalogued in Records Group 302. In the collection there is a great variety of diaries and memoirs regarding the Holocaust in Poland, Nazi Germany and other countries. Most of the documentation is in Polish; some of the material is in Yiddish and other languages.

  20. Menachem Kaufmann Collection: Documentation regarding Communities in Germany, mainly in Hessen

    The files include information regarding the Jewish communities,mainly in the Hessen area, (including Jewish community-owned property) and the lives of the Jews.