Language of Description: English
  1. Record Center.

    Ce fonds comprend des documents émanant de diverses organisations juives de Belgique. On y trouvera également des dossiers relatifs à la bibliographie des professeurs de l’IEJ, comme les listes des publications de ces professeurs. Anna Kempinska a par ailleurs rassemblé de la documentation concernant des associations juives en France, dont les mouvements de jeunesse juifs comme le Bne Akiva, le Dror, l’Hashomer Hatzair, les Éclaireurs Israélites de France et l’Ihud Habonim. Ces dossiers comprennent des pamphlets, des publications des organisations, des affiches, de la correspondance et des ...

  2. Штаб имперского руководителя (рейхсляйтера) Розенберга для оккупированных восточных областей, г.г. Берлин — Киев

    USHMM has copied from this fonds and describes the copies as follows: Opis 1, Einsatzstab Rosenberg Folder 2: Einsatzstab Rosenberg for the occupied eastern territories. Correspondence on transport of books, article translations from the foreign press on Lenin and Stalin, a letter on reworking documents of the German playwright Hans Mühlenstein, lists of permanent employees of Einsatzstab Rosenberg, lists of POWs and interrogation results. 11 III 1942-3 IX 1944. Folder 7: Circulars and correspondence on personnel (locally recruited workers). Inquiries on goods shipped to the headquarters. F...

  3. Prayer book for Sukkot owned by a Jewish refugee from Nazi Germany

    • Festgebete der Israeliten : Sukkoth First and Second Day V. 5 Vol. 5
    • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    • irn7101
    • English
    • 1938
    • Brown cloth covered book with a leather spine and 4 leather corners. It has a decorative cover design in gold leaf featuring a shofar, a horn, wheat or palm branches, and tablets with the Ten Commandments in front of a table with a menorah, pitcher, and 2 candle sticks. The corners have an elaborate geometric design and an outlined border. Title: Festgebete der Israeliten : mit vollständigem, sorgfältig durchgesehenem Texte / neu übersetzt und erläutert von Dr. Michael Sachs; Volume 5. Sukkoth. First and Second Day Uniform Title: Maḥzor. Festivals. Hebrew and German Publication: Berlin : Louis Gerschel, 1872 Description: 21 cm

    Prayer book for the first and second say of Sukkoth from the library of Isaac Ossowski, a prominent member of the Jewish community in Berlin, Germany, who emigrated in 1938 to avoid the increasing persecution of Jews by the government of Nazi Germany. It is a narrative of the culture, history, and traditions of the Hasidic movement. Rabbi Ossowski was head shochet [ritual slaughterer], mohel [practitioner of ritual circumcision], sofer [scribe], and hazan [cantor, musical prayer leader] at the Alte Shul [Old Synagogue]. After Hitler was appointed Chancellor in 1933, increasingly severe sanc...

  4. Party archives of the Crimean regional committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine, city of Simferopol, Crimean ASSR

    • Партийный архив Крымского областного комитета Компартий Украины, г. Симферополь Крымской АССР
    • Державний архів в Автономній Республіці Крим
    • П-849
    • English, Russian
    • 1921-1992
    • 1154 files. Inventory 1. Documents of the Party archive of the Crimean Regional Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine. 501 files. Inventory 3. Recollections of former participants of Sevastopol defense and of the members of the underground and partisan movement in Crimea during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-45. 318 files.

    Inventory 1. Documents of the Party archive of the Crimean Regional Committee of the Communist Party of Ukraine. 501 files. File 115. Review of the documents of the Crimean underground movement (Patriotic War). 1959. 26 pages. File 116. References and attachments to them on the partisans and members of underground patriotic organizations of the WWII period, confirmed by the Crimean Regional Party Committee. 06.02.195-10.02.1959. 10 pages. File 127. References and attachments to them on the partisans and members of underground patriotic organizations of the WWII period, confirmed by the Crim...

  5. Velikie lozhi evreiskogo ordena "Bnei-Brit" v lugoslavii i Gretsii i ikh dochernie lozhi

    • The Grand Lodges of B'nai B'rith in Yugoslavia and Greece and their Affiliated Lodges (consolidated collection)

    The collection includes documents reflecting the activities of the Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith in Yugoslavia and its affiliated lodges "Serbia," "Sarajevo," and "Zagreb." These include circulars from leaders of the Grand Lodge to affiliated lodges; a register of proceedings of the "Serbia" lodge, and a list of its board members; brief biographical information oThe collection includes documents reflecting the activities of the Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith in Yugoslavia and its affiliated lodges "Serbia," "Sarajevo," and "Zagreb." These include circulars from leaders of the Grand Lodge to affi...

  6. Podziemne Archiwum Getta Warszawskiego

    • Archiwum Ringelbluma
    • Konspiracyjne Archiwum Getta Warszawy
    • Oneg Szabat (cryptonime)
    • ...

    RING. I I. Oneg Shabat records – call no. 1-4. II. General studies on the situation of the Jewish population during the war: 1. Plans and drafts of works, questionnaires – call no. 5-22. 2. Oneg Shabat bulletins – call no. 23-38. 3. Studies, scholarly works, reports – call no. 39-70. 4. Autonomous collections: – the “Kalisz letters” – call no. 71-163, – the “Płock letters” – call no. 164-178. III. Warsaw and the Warsaw ghetto: 1. Documents generated by the German authorities and institutions – call no. 179-193. 2. Documents generated by other institutions and organizations – call no. 194-19...

  7. World Jewish Congress Records.

    This fonds is incredibly rich in information regarding the relation of the WJC with Belgium and the Belgian Jewish community, the refugee question before the war, the Shoah in Belgium, the immediate postwar reconstruction and relief effort, the restitution issue, Jews in the former Belgian Congo, … The files in “Series A. Central Files” (1919-1976) contain correspondence, minutes, records of conferences, and miscellaneous other materials. In its “Subseries 2. Executive Files” – holding files of several WJC leaders – we note the files “Belgium, Kubowitzki, Aryeh L.” (box A9, folder nr. 17; y...

  8. Главное управление имперской безопасности Германии (РСХА) (г. Берлин)

    • Reichssicherheitshauptamt (RSHA) (Berlin); Reich Security Main Office (RSHA) (Berlin)
    • Glavnoe upravlenie imperskoi bezopasnosti Germanii (RSKhA) (g. Berlin)

    The collection's contents are catalogued in six inventories. Inventories no. 1, 2, and 6 are arranged by structure and chronology, and catalogue documents of departments I, II, III, IV, V, VI, and VII of the RSHA. Inventories no. 3, 4, and 5 are arranged by document type. These inventories catalogue orders, edicts, directives, instructions, accounts, surveys, reports, dispatches, employee directories, surveillance files, and correspondence of the Reich Security Main Office and its subordinate entities regarding the issues indicated. RSHA documents include orders, edicts, and other regulatio...

  9. Terezín/Theresienstadt

    The archive records from the Terezín ghetto (24 November 1941 – 8 May 1945, and from the period after the liberation) are preserved only in fragments. Only a portion of the documents in the collection are connected with the official activities of the Terezín Council of Elders and with the various departments and sections of its self-government. The first group of documents comprise a relatively diverse range of maps, plans and drawings of the ghetto, the surrounding area, the housing blocks and buildings, various sketches of the facilities and equipment, as well as notices. The collection a...

  10. Records of the Geneva office of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, 1945-1954.

    This incredibly rich archival fonds contains several hundreds of files relevant to the immediate post-war relief efforts of the JDC, and its support of Jewish organisations engaged in the reconstruction of the Belgian Jewish communities during the late 1940s - early 1950s. The fonds is divided into four main sections (‘subcollections’): Administration, Organisations, Subject Matter and Countries & Regions. Subcollection 1: Administration contains the following files, whose descriptions explicitly mention Belgium, Brussels, … and other relevant keywords: “Financial Statistical Reports” (...

  11. War crimes trials: Various papers microfilm

    War crimes trials: trial papers including detailed indictments and verdicts of various post-World War Two war crimes trials; reports on trials by observers; copy statements and other papers, 1947-1967.

  12. Latvijas PSR Valsts drošības komitejas (VDK) par sevišķi bīstamiem pretvalstiskiem noziegumiem apsūdzēto personu krimināllietas

    • The Latvian SSR Committee of State Security (KGB) Criminal Case Files of Persons Accused of Particularly Dangerous Anti-Government Crimes

    Fonds includes criminal cases concerning persons accused of particularly dangerous anti-government crimes against the Soviet state and who received criminal liability according to article Nr. 58 of the RSFSR Criminal Code (1926) and articles Nr. 59–68, 43, 74, and 84 of the Latvian SSR Criminal Code (1961), and persons who lived and had committed crimes in the territory of the Latvian SSR or who had been born in Latvia and committed crimes in the territory of another republic of the USSR; these Criminal cases were delivered for storage in Latvian SSR CSS Archive. Criminal cases include info...

  13. Virtual Collection Terezin

    • ehri terezin research guide
    • English

    The aim of the EHRI Terezín Research Guide is to create a comprehensive, innovative and easy to use guide through the dispersed and fragmented Terezín (Theresienstadt) archival material and to empower further research on the history of the ghetto. The Terezín Research Guide illustrates the primary raison d'être of EHRI - to connect collections spread in many archives and in more countries. EHRI research guides demonstrate what a collaborative archival project can achieve and how archivists can redefine their tasks beyond providing physical access and creating finding aids restricted to the ...

  14. Selected records of the Unitarian Service Committee and the Universalist Service Committee

    Contains selected records of the Unitarian Service Committee and Universalist Service Committee relating to relief efforts and assistance to Jewish and non-Jewish refugees fleeing Nazi persecution before, during and after World War II in a number of countries throughout the world, including France, Germany, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Poland, England, Switzerland, and Portugal. The collection includes mainly correspondence, reports, case files, photographs, scrapbooks and memorabilia, posters, and clippings related to the humanitarian work of the Unitarian and Universalist Service Committees, ...

  15. Станіславська надзвичайна державна комісія по встановленню і розслідуванню злочинів німецько-фашистських загарбників і їх спільників на території Станіславської області.

    • Stanislav Special State Comission on the investigation of the atrocities concluded by Nazi occupiers and their associates in the Stanislav area

    The copies of the documents from this collection are described by USHMM as follows: 1. Reports and regulations of the Stanislav Regional Special State Committee on the results of the investigation on the atrocities committed by the fascist aggressors, including damage caused to the industrial and commercial enterprises, as well as to the individuals. 16 June– 22 August 1945. 64 pp. 1а. Acts on the damages caused by the German-Fascist occupiers in town of Stanislavow. 1 October 1944- 1 January 1945. 374 pp. 1B. Same. 1 of January- 16 of February 1945. 185 pp. 2. Reports from interrogations, ...

  16. Дніпропетровська обласна комісія обліку збитків, заподіяних німецько-фашистськими загарбниками та їх співучасниками, м. Дніпропетровськ

    • Dnipropetrovsk Regional State Commission for Registration of Damage Caused by German-Fascist Invaders and Their Accomplices, city of Dnipropetrovsk
    • Dnipropetrovska oblasna komisiia obliku zbytkiv, zapodiianykh nimetsko-fashistskymy zagarbnykamy ta ikh spivuchasnykamy, m. Dnipropetrovsk

    Despite the Commission was focused primarily on collecting information on the material damage caused by the German occupiers, some part of collection are files containing materials about atrocities towards the civilian population of the region, including the Holocaust-related data. Inventory 1 (Opys 1) File 1. Directives, lists of personnel in charge in regional organizations, correspondence between regional commission and Extraordinary State Commission regarding sending commission statements and statements by individuals, who were evacuated from Dnipropetrovsk, to compensate the material d...

  17. Zydowska Samopomoc Spoleczna (ZSS-Jewish Self Aid) activities in the Generalgouvernement, 1939-1943

    In the documentation: The ZSS documentation includes correspondence between the administration of the organization in Krakow and the branches throughout the Generalgouvernement, and correspondence with the German governmental authorities, the Judenrats, and various Jewish relief organizations, such as CENTOS, ORT, TOZ and welfare organizations outside of Poland, mainly the JDC. In the correspondence there are requests for social welfare in various areas, itemization of aid and welfare activities including assistance to those in need and Jewish refugees, the establishment and maintenance of ...

  18. Kuttner, Godlewsky, Speyer and Marx family histories: papers

    This collection consists of the biographical accounts of three German Jewish families, compiled by Richard Lesser as part of a German initiative to record the fate of Jewish families who perished during the Holocaust. The papers concern the Kuttner family, Siegfried and Fanny Speyer, and Arthur and Elsa Godlewsky. Also contains the personal papers of Dr Ludwig Marx (the donor's father) including his passport (1704/3), a postcard from Dachau concentration camp sent to his wife Regina Marx ((1704/1) and his admission pass to Dachau (1704/2).

  19. United Nations War Crimes Commission records

    This collection contains the records of the United Nations War Crimes Commission including the following: charge files consisting of formal charges submitted to the Commission, lists of war criminals, suspects, and material witnesses; summary minutes of meetings; documents, reports, and related material; correspondence; reports of national military tribunals, including US military courts; transcripts of proceedings and documents of the International Military Tribunal for the Far East (Tokyo trials); international prosecution section documents; as well as index cards of war criminals, 1942-1...