Language of Description: English
Country: Czech Republic
  1. Státní tajemník u říšského protektora v Čechách a na Moravě, Praha

    • State Secretary by the Reichsprotector in Bohemia and Moravia, Prague
    • Staatssekretӓr beim Reichsprotektor in Böhmen und Mähren, Prag
    • ÚŘP-ST
    • ...
    • Národní archiv
    • 1799
    • English
    • 1939-1945
    • 23 linear meters, all processed and inventoried and fully accessible.

    The documents in the fonds can be divided into several main thematic groups. There are files related to: 1) the protectoral state administrative, 2) matters of SS and wehrmacht (call-up papers of soldiers), 3) activities of Czechoslovak home and foreign resistance, 4) reports from the investigation of the Assassination of Reinhard Heydrich and worshipping his memory, 5) documents from Reich labor service (Reichsarbeitsdienst, RAD), 6) matters of Protectorate press censorship, 7) personal and family matters of K. H. Frank. There are also Jewish related documents - mostly concerning Aryanizat...

  2. Zvláštní dopisovatel Československé tiskové kanceláře, Norimberk

    • Special Correspondent of the Czechoslovak Press Office, Nuremberg
    • NAD 1023
    • Národní archiv
    • 1023
    • English
    • 1945-1949
    • 6,2 linear metres of documents from which all are processed and inventoried. The fonds is fully accessible.

    The fonds consists of the documents and files created by Rostislav Kocourek the only special correspondent working for the Czech Press Office in Nuremberg in 1945 – 1949. The documents contains his correspondence with Bohumil Ečer, the Czechoslovak delegate in the Commission, stenographic records from the trials, hearings of witnesses, information to each defendant, Commission conclusions such as the list and the characteristics of Nazi organizations, crimes committed on the Czechoslovak territory, hand written notes, outlines and drafts etc. Documents were selected to be used for a journal...

  3. Pomocný výbor pro uprchlíky, Paříž

    • Committee for Refugee Assistance in Paris
    • PVU
    • NAD 658
    • ...
    • Národní archiv
    • 658
    • English
    • 1936-1942
    • The fonds consists of 47,84 linear meters of processed and inventoried documents. All material is accessible.

    The fonds Pomocný výbor pro uprchlíky, Paříž contains mainly of the correspondence of refugees, mainly from Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia and Poland, with the Comité d’Assistance aux Refugiés. The correspondence is sorted by surnames of the refugees. Czechoslovak refugees are organized separately. Box 322 contains correspondence of the Comité d’Assistance aux Refugiés with the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and the other refugee organisations like the Schutzverband deutscher Schriftsteller.

  4. Československý úřad pro hospodářskou pomoc a obnovu, Praha

    • Czechoslovak Office for Relief and Rehabilitation, Prague
    • UNRRA
    • Národní archiv
    • 313
    • English
    • 1943-1951
    • 28,5 linear metres from which 28,5 linear metres of documents are processed and inventoried and accessible.

    In the fonds there can be found lists and summaries of delivered suplies, reports about the economic situation in the Czechoslovak Republic, various reports from the proceedings of committees. There are also files related to the transport of supllies, another draft plans for relief and rehabilitation of the country (also for the Slovak part of the republic), bills or photographs. The Holocaust or Jewish related documents are in several boxes concerning the matter of repatriation of citizens from the Great Britain. There are lists of persons authorized for the repatriation in April and July ...

  5. Oberlandesgericht (Reichs Supreme Regional Court) of Litoměřice

    This is the most important of all fonds of the occupation judiciary within the territory of the Sudetenland region. The general files contain files regarding legal representation of Jews: Procedural agents (Jewish consultants) (1938–1943), the Jewish consultant Dr. Oswald Israel Glück with registered office in Cheb (1939–1944), the Jewish consultant Dr. Hans Israel Wolf with registered office in Liberec (1939–1942), the Jewish consultant Dr. Richard Israel Pollak with registered office in Opava (1939–1941), the Jewish consultant Dr. Erwin Israel Kunstwälder in Opava (1939–1943), the Jewish ...

  6. Oberlandrat (Supreme District Councillor) of Tišnov

    The fonds contains administration documents from the circuit of the supreme land councillor in Tišnov. In the fonds we can find an overview of the number of inhabitants (Czechs, Germans, Jews) in the districts of Tišnov, Nové Město na Moravě and Velké Meziříčí 1939; Order of the Land Office to inventory Jewish doctors; as of the date 23.3.1939; Prohibition on spontaneous Aryanization; as of the date 31.3.1939 – price control, marking of Jewish shops, holidays of employees.

  7. Reichs Gendarmerie Station in Mikulov

    Jewish issues do not specifically appear in the files but the relevant information can be expected in the following ones: Staff book 1938-1942 (inv. No. 1, 2), Lageberichte 1938-1943 (inv. No. 25, 26, 29). The fonds contains materials concerning the life of the Czech minority, the agenda of POWs, and various events not even mentioned by the official propaganda.

  8. Reichs Gendarmerie Station in Kostomlaty pod Milešovkou

    Jewish issues do not specifically appear in the files but the relevant information can be expected in the following ones: Lageberichte-situational reports on the mood of the population 1938-1945 (inv. No. 7), Copies of case files from 1939-1941 (inv. No. 40). The fonds contains materials concerning the life of the Czech minority, the agenda of POWs, and various events not even mentioned by the official propaganda.

  9. Reichs Gendarmerie Department of Pozorka

    Jewish issues do not specifically appear in the files but the relevant information can be expected in the following ones: Passport issues of the Protectorate citizens in 1943 ( inv. No. 19). The fonds contains materials concerning the life of the Czech minority, the agenda of POWs, and various events not even mentioned by the official propaganda.

  10. Reichs District Gendarmerie Station in Pozorka

    Jewish issues do not specifically appear in the files but the relevant information can be expected in the following ones: Regulations and guidelines of the Gestapo offices in Liberec and Teplice on church affairs 1941 (inv. No. 23). The fonds contains materials concerning the life of the Czech minority, the agenda of POWs, and various events not even mentioned by the official propaganda.

  11. Association of German Municipalities, Office for the Sudetenland in Liberec

    The fonds id divided according to the association departments: Department 123 – Alien, passport and reporting police of the fonds contains file № 11 Jews. This relates to care for Jews from privileged mixed marriages affected by the war from 1942–1943 (inv. № 195). Department 360 – Church matters contains file № 22 – Cemeteries. This relates to issues of dissolution and closure of Jewish cemeteries in the following locations: Budišov nad Budišovkou, Drmoul, Sokolov, Šenov u Nové Jičína, Teplice and Vrchlabí, 1940–1941 (inv. № 285).

  12. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Liberec

    The fonds includes judicial files - files of the company register with prior documents since the second half of the 19th century, the records of termination of companies after 1945, and materials concerning forced auctions and forced administration. The criminal matters include accusations of communist thinking, Jewish origin, and contact with prisoners of war, illegal border crossing, smuggling, speculation with food and sabotage. A very good registry finding aid makes it possible to identify the following criminal files (particulars) concerning the Jewish history: inv. No. 144, box 43: Ho...

  13. Landrat (District Councillor) of Frýdlant

    The fonds includes a fraction of the preserved material of the Landrat (District Councillor) Frýdlant, in particular police matters, registry agenda and allocation of apartments to the persons with bombed out dwellings. Jews are mentioned in the file 81, box 6: Glück Fritz Israel Dr., Jewish prosecutor, property, 1942-1945. It is also appropriate to focus on the files labeled Kult that predominantly include religious issues.

  14. Forest Office of Nová Bystřice

    The fonds includes archival material of the Forest Office of Nová Bystřice (cultivation, timber felling, etc.). As for the Jewish history, there are documents concerning the forced labor of foreign nationals, namely the Hungarian Jews, from 1944.

  15. Landgericht (Reichs Regional Court) – Kašperské Hory branch

    Archival records in the fonds are an important source for the development of the judicial system and administration of justice in regions which were administratively affiliated in 1939 to the Bavarian Ostmark. For study of Jewish history, it is possible in particular to use call № 346, box № 33 (marital law, 1939–1944), call № 346a, box № 33 (requests for removal of obstacles in marriage, 1939–1943) and also in particular the agenda of marital matters stored under call № R, box № 80–99 (marital matters, divorces etc., 1938–1944), which contain information about oppression and persecution of...

  16. Landgericht (Reichs Regional Court) of Cheb

    The fonds contains documents relating to the judicial, political and economic development of detached regions in West Bohemia in 1938–1945. For study of Jewish history, it is possible in particular to use call № 2005, box № 1 (Organisation of officials, 1939), call № 2008, box № 1 (List of staff status, 1939–1942) and also the personal files of legal representatives (call № eA1 to eZ4, box № 86–91) and notaries (call № fB1 to fT3, box № 91–92), which provide information on racial matters and staffing circumstances in the judicial system in the Sudetenland Reichsgau (Sudeten region). Attenti...

  17. Regierungspräsident (Office of the Governing President) of Karlovy Vary

    This is an exceptionally valuable fonds regarding political, economic, social and cultural history of an important part of the Sudetenland Reichsgau (Sudeten Reichs Region) in 1938–1945. For study of Jewish history, it is possible in particular to use the following archival records: box № 1 (Reports by the Gestapo on number of arrested and confiscated property of Jewish associations, 1938), box № 1 (Pogroms on Jews, burning to the ground of synagogues, 1938), box № 7, call № 1103 (Aryan origin of officials, 1938–1943), box № 8, call № 1203 (Employment of Jews in state services, 1939–1944), ...

  18. Amtsanwalt (District Prosecutor´s Office) of Stříbro

    Archival records in the fonds are a valuable source relating to development of the German Reich justice system in 1938–1945. For study of Jewish history, it is possible in particular to use files documenting a wide range of cases of destruction and looting of Jewish property in the Stříbro region after having been abandoned by the owners during the autumn of 1938 and spring of 1939 and other forms of persecution of citizens of Jewish origin, this in particular concerning inv. № 16, box № 1–70 (criminal files ref. PLs, 1939).

  19. Amtsanwalt (District Prosecutor´s Office) of Karlovy Vary

    Archival records in the fonds are a valuable source relating to development of the German Reich justice system in 1938–1945. For study of Jewish history, it is possible in particular to use files documenting a wide range of cases of looting of Jewish property in Karlovy Vary after having been abandoned by the owners during the autumn of 1938 and spring of 1939, this in particular concerning inv. № 12, box № 1–7 and inv. № 13, box № 28–34 (criminal files ref. 1 PLs and 2 PLs, 1939).

  20. Amtsanwalt (District Prosecutor´s Office) of Cheb

    Archival records in the fonds are a valuable source relating to development of the German Reich justice system in 1938–1945. For study of Jewish history, it is possible in particular to use files documenting a wide range of cases of looting of Jewish property in the Cheb region after having been abandoned by the owners during the autumn of 1938 and spring of 1939, this in particular concerning inv. № 39, box № 3–15 (criminal files ref. PLs, 1939).