Archival Descriptions

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Language of Description: English
  1. Segreteria di Stato

    • Secretariat of State of the Holy See

    The fonds contains documentation produced by the Secretariat of State and its different departments.

  2. Секретариат Молотова

    • The Molotov's Secretariat

    Political and economic affairs with foreign states.Instructions from Ministry of Foreign Affairs to embassies, correspondence between Soviet executives (Stalin, Kalinin, Bulganin) with international colleagues, Ministries, TASS etc. Materials about bilateral agreements, trade, payments, scientific and cultural cooperation, repatriation.

  3. 3 відділ УДБ НКВС УРСР – 2 управління НКДБ- КДБ УРСР

    • 3 Department of DIrectorate of State Security of NKVD UkrSSR -- 2 Directorate of NKGB-KGB UkrSSR

    The following documentary material is related to the history of Jews and the Holocaust: Materials on the search of the traitors of Motherland, agents of the Nazi intelligence, police and security bodies, as well as other individuals who actively collaborated with Nazi Germany during the Second World War (fond 1, op. 1, pp. 12-28, 108-246, 260-280). Materials on the search of individuals who served in the unit of Einsatzgruppe D detachment created by the occupants - the so-called "SD Caucasian company" and "SS battalion 32", and actively participated in police operations on the territory of ...

  4. Управа града Београда

    • Belgrade City administration
    • Uprava grada Beograda

    3.183 boxes, 390 books The most important part of the fund is the Odeljenje specijalne policije (Special police department). This was the central Serbian police organ founded after the German occupation in April/May 1941, including Odeljenje za Jevreje i Cigane/ Sedmo odeljenje (Section for Jews and Gipsies/ Seventh section). There are about 15 000 files about arrested people, register books of the Banjica concentration camp, documents about Srpska državna straža (Serbian state guard) units.

  5. Republican Board of the Moldovan SSR to promote the activity of the emergency state commission for the Investigation of crimes committed by German-Fascist invaders

    • Respublikanskaya Komissiya Moldovskoi SSR po sodeistviju v rabote chrezycainoi gosudarstvennoj Komisii po ustanovleniju i rassledovaniju zlodeyanij nemetski-fashistskih zahbatchikov
    • Реcпубликанская Комиссия Молдавской ССР по содействию в работе чрезвычайной государственной Комисии по установлению и расследованию злодеяний неметско-фашистских захватчиков

    Statistical data about people killed as a result of war crimes committed by Romanians and Germans; lists of Germans and collaborators accused of crimes committed in Chișinău; reports of the Commission of the Investigation of War Crimes committed in Chișinău; statements of witnesses of war crimes; informative reports about damages done by the Romanian government to Jews from Bessarabia.

  6. Белгородчина в период Великой Отечественной войны Советского Союза 1941-1945 гг.

    • Belgorod Oblast during the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945

    Fond contains materials related to the patriotic activity of partisans in Belgorod Oblast, to the fascist atrocities, economical and cultural loss. Materials are also related to the combat activity in the region, reconstruction of national economics, to the Belgorod citizens who participated in the War.

  7. Policejní ředitelství Praha II

    • Polizeipräsidium Prag II
    • Prague Police Directorate II
    • PŘ II
    • NAD 1420
    • Národní archiv
    • 1420
    • English
    • 1914-1953
    • The fonds consists out of 4809,23 linear meters of processed and accessible documents. 4766,23 linear meters are inventoried and accessible documents. 84,34 linear meters are unprocessed and unaccessible.

    The fonds has informations about police, police authorities, criminal police, street police, passports, arms passports, national security, public safety, national security Corps, National Guard security, national security, police affairs, censorship, confiscation of print, personals, population registers and civil defense

  8. Michael Marrus fonds

    Fonds consists of correspondence, news clippings, reports, reviews, appointment calendars, and other records relating to Michael R. Marrus’s education, academic career, publishing record and university and community service. In particular, records document Prof. Marrus’s prestigious career as a historian of the Holocaust and an expert on the relationships between Christians and Jews (predominantly in France) during World War Two, and also document his involvement in ongoing concerns in the Jewish community, both pertaining to faith and Zionism. In particular, Prof. Marrus’s extensive publis...

  9. Inspectorate General of Gendarmery / Headquarters of the Romanian Armed Forces

    • Cartierul General al armatei române
    • Ставка Верховного командования румынских войск г. Бухареста
    • Stavka Verhovnogo komandovaniya rumynskih vojsk g. Buharesta

    Instructions from the Headquarters of the Romanian Armed Forces on the evacuation of the Jews from Bessarabia to the ghettoes in Transnistria and the organization of the police groups alongside the military units; orders issued by the General of the Quarter about the placement of Jews in the ghettos

  10. Ministry of Social Affairs

    • Kontoret for Offentlig Forsog
    • Office of Public Social Welfare
    • Rigsarkivet
    • 2. Kontor
    • Danish, English
    • 5 parcels

    Handled the relief aid to deported Danes in Germany (emergency food parcels, etc.). The information is found in special records in the Journals Files. The information are found in special records in the Journal Files: - File no. 820: Internees. - File no. 850: Communists. - File no. 880: Jews, political prisoners.

  11. Bessarabian National Education Directorate

    • Directoratul Ȋnvaţǎmîntului din Basarabia şi instituţiile subordinate
    • Бессарабский директориат народного образования
    • Bessarabskiy direktoriat narodnogo obrazovaniya

    Documents on the work of gymnasiums and pro-gymnasiums. Statistical data on the number of students in different gymnasiums. Pupil performance reports. Certificates of preschool education. High school graduation certificates.

  12. Wiener Library Archive: Pre-1963 Correspondence

    This large series of correspondence, traditionally referred to as the 'Pre 1963 Correspondence', broadly covers the period from the immediate aftermath of World War Two to just after Alfred Wiener's death. It covers a vast array of subject matter and contains 1600 correspondents including politicians, historians, theologians, resistance fighters, Holocaust survivors, civil servants and private researchers. Some of the more widely covered themes include Christian-Jewish relations; historiography; eyewitness testimony; restitution claims; postwar antisemitism

  13. O.71- Koniuchowsky Collection: Testimonies Regarding the Holocaust of Lithuanian Jewry, 1945-1981

    O.71- Koniuchowsky Collection: Testimonies Regarding the Holocaust of Lithuanian Jewry, 1945-1981 Leyb Koniuchowsky was born in Lithuania on 18 November 1910. An engineer by profession, he resided in Kaunas (Kovno). During the German occupation he lived in the Kaunas Ghetto and worked there until his escape. He found shelter in a bunker at a farmer's home where he remained until the liberation of Lithuania by the Red Army in 1944. From 1944-46, he wandered through the war battered towns of Lithuania, collecting testimonies from the few Jews that survived. The testimonies focus on the exterm...

  14. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground The archive gets its name from Mordechai Tenenbaum-Tamaroff, who set up the archive in early 1943, and Zvi Mersik, one of Mordechai Tenenbaum's outstanding aides, who continued to maintain the archive after Mordechai Tenenbaum-Tamaroff's death. Most of the documentation, which was created between July 1941 and April 1943, is located in the Yad Vashem Archive. The original material is not concentrated in one place: some of it is housed in the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, and the rest of th...

  15. Archives of A. Silberschein, Geneva (Relico).

    In this fonds, we firstly note the correspondence of Silberschein with the Fédération des Juifs polonais en Belgique, concerning relief for Shoah survivors and financial support (file nr. 8; years 1946-1949). In nr. 110 we find several reports (i.a. a detailed activity report of the Comité de Défense des Juifs, 1942-1943) and correspondence concerning the situation of the Jews in Belgium, the deportations, difficulties in emigrating to the United States, the condition of intellectual refugees in Belgium, necessary relief, … for the period 1940-1944. File 89 (1945-1947) contains corresponden...

  16. Documentation regarding the Jews of Bulgaria, mainly from the Holocaust period

    The documentation includes: - Documentation regarding anti-Jewish legislation in Bulgaria and Commissariat for Jewish Questions (KEV) activities;- Documentation of Jewish Community institutions and various government offices; - Lists of Jews according to their places of residence and deportation lists during the war;- Documentation regarding the confiscation of Jewish property and the Jewish labor battalions in Bulgaria; - Memoirs;- Photographs; - German documentation regarding the Jews and anti-Jewish policy in Bulgaria;- Documentation from the People's Court in Bulgaria after World War II...

  17. O.30 - Documentation regarding the Jews of Austria, mainly during the Holocaust period

    O.30 - Documentation regarding the Jews of Austria, mainly during the Holocaust period The collection is primarily comprised of original documents: typewritten documents, manuscripts, surveys and duplicated reports entrusted to the Yad Vashem Archives over the years, mostly by private bodies. The internal division of the Record group was changed a few years ago, and the original division has been entered in the "Previous File" field. The diverse material contains official documents, personal documentation, statistical material, reports and surveys, articles and journalistic pieces from Jewi...

  18. Documentation regarding the Jews of the Soviet Union from the Holocaust period

    The Record Group includes letters, documents and stories of Soviet Jews, most of whom served in the Red Army; lists of those who perished and Jewish soldiers. There is also documentation regarding the Ukrainian nationalists.

  19. O.70 - Josef Rosensaft Bergen-Belsen POW Camp Archive

    O.70 - Josef Rosensaft Bergen-Berlsen DP Camp Archives Bergen-Belsen was liberated by the British Army, 15 April 1945. There were approximately 58,000 survivors at the time of the liberation, of whom approximately 28,000 died from disease and starvation during the first weeks after the liberation. A Displaced Persons (DP) camp was established in Bergen-Belsen and the survivors immediately began to organize themselves. They set up the Central Jewish Committee (CJC) for the camp, headed by Josef Rosensaft. The CJC and its various departments took responsibility for the physical and spiritual ...

  20. The Benjamin Sagalowitz Archive, head of the press agency of the Union of Jewish Communities in Switzerland, 1929-1969

    In the Record Groupe: - Drafts and galley proofs of Benjamin Sagalowitz's book,"The Way to Majdanek"; - Documentation regarding the Jewish communities in Switzerland, 1929-1956;- Documentation regarding JUNA, 1935-1964; - Documentation regarding the attitude of the Swiss authorities towards the Jewish refugees, 1933-1963;- Documentation regarding attempts to rescue Jews, 1944-1945; - Documentation regarding the World Jewish Congress (WJC), 1959-1962;- Newspaper clippings regarding trials of Nazi criminals; - Personal details regarding Nazi criminals: Yad Vashem Archives P13/178 and P13/145.