Archival Descriptions

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Language of Description: English
Holding Institution: Arhivele Militare Naționale Române, Statul Major General al Armatei României
  1. Reports

    of mobilization, evacuations and internment of Jews (Jidani). Evacuation of Jews from Moghilau to the Northern part of Transnistria, for military reasons. Creation of ghettos for Jews. Report of 6,500 and of 8,000 Jews from Bessarabia and Bucovina sent over the Bug; other 60,000 are assembled in Berezovka waiting to be transferred. A report of the Jewish Committee for the coordination of the work force and for assistance of the Jews in Moghilev, sent to the Jewish Center in Bucharest, is intercepted by the censor; it generates admiration at the Commandment of the III-d Army for the organiza...

  2. Mobilization

    Camps for Jews communists from Romania. Report on guarding of prisoners and of the deported Jews. Evacuation of Jews from Moghilev is proposed. Situation of internees in the camp Vapniarka.

  3. Guarding and control of the territory

    Guarding and control of the territory. Fumigation of the catacombs in Odessa, to eradicate the partisans and parachutists. Terrestrial/ aerial protection of the ammunition depot in Nikolaev. Reorganization of the military command in Odessa.

  4. Internment

    Internment of communists from Romania and from Transnistria. Organization of the camps and of the counter-espionage service. Preventive measures against soviet parachutists.

  5. Orders of operations

    Organizing of fighting and defense positions on the Eastern border, on the rivers Siret, Ceremus-Prut, Dniester and on the territory between these two rivers.

  6. Military Corps of Engineers - Communications.

    Situation of railroad and road transport in Transnistria. Reports of conflicts with the German army personnel. Handling of convoys of Russian prisoners.

  7. Documents

    related to espionage of various illegal movements - communists, legionnaires, religious sects etc. Mention of a rebellion in Pascani (pages missing). NB. Numerous pages were taken out by the Security Services in 1958-1962; irrelevant material left.

  8. Actions against partisans in Transnistria

    Reports of counter-espionage. Fights with bands of partisans by German and Romanian troops. Reports of attacks by partisans on railroads, military installations, hospitals. Interception and fights with parachutists. Full scale fights against partisans with considerable human and material losses. Lists of victims.

  9. Organization of army mobilization for temporary service

    Regulations for maintaining secrecy: correspondence, picture taking etc. Creation of Censoring services for news release and personal correspondence. Restrictions of military service for some minorities. Orders and regulations after the occupation of Bessarabia and the Northern Bucovina by the Soviets. Due to the supposed non-patriotic attitude of the Jews in the province Moldova, every contact with army personnel is forbidden. Confidential reports regarding the actions of the Soviets in the occupied territories. The association German Embassy hat sent letters denigrating the Romanian state...

  10. Military reserves

    Tests for NCO personnel. Assignments of military personnel to various units. Instructions and census of officers and NCOs in reserves. Lists from military districts.

  11. General orders

    Problems related to the food distribution for the military units. Results of inspection of the troops, regarding equipment and personal cleanliness and living conditions.

  12. Counter-espionage of civilian population. Legionnaires, communists, espionage, terrorism, sabotage.

    Lists of suspicious and presumed dangerous persons from various districts of Moldova. Reports of minor events and incidents in the region. A number of 20 Jews are taken, hostage in Botosani and kept in a synagogue. Similar actions are reported from other cities. Detailed report from the Regional Inspectorate of Police in Iassy from July 27, 1941, describing the mood of the population and its attitude toward the Jewish minority in various localities. A biased report on the massacre of the Jews in Iassy, says that the German troops from the German Organization Todt did kill the Jews in the ba...

  13. Secret correspondence

    General Staff recommends decent treatment of strangers and minorities. Orders regarding handling of goods and factories in the occupied territories of Northern Bucovina and Bessarabia. Assignment of personnel for various activities. Collaboration with the German military. Organization of counter-espionage services. Inventories of war material left by the Soviets. Instructions for various situations like parachutists, partisans and infiltration of enemy troops. Brochure titled ”Lessons from the campaign against the Soviet Union “ 1941. Instructions for administrative organization of the terr...

  14. Declarations

    of active officers regarding military officers who were or are presently members of freemason loges. Result: all officers denied as being a freemason. NB. Numerous pages were taken out by the Security Services in 1958-1962.

  15. Documents related to the activity of partisans

    Text of first Ordinance to be distributed after crossing the Dniester. The German Kommandatur advises the General Staff in re of listening to foreign radio transmissions. Brochure on Soviet parachutists and partisans. Complaints by Romanian Military in re of attitude of German troops towards civilian population. A number of Ordinances issued for the civilian population. Activity of Censoring Services. Information regarding minorities: Ukrainians, poles etc. NB. A number of pages were taken out by the Security Services in 1958-1962.

  16. Internal security during legionary rebellion.

    Orders for protection of power and water stations, public institutions and military installations and barracks against the rebellious legionnaires. Military operations following the rebellion.

  17. Documents and orders

    related to forced labor of Jews between the ages 20 to 40 outside their residence. Lists of mobilization and distribution of the Jews from various districts and of their working destinations. Age limit is increased to 19 to 41.

  18. Various information and complaints

    Various information and complaints regarding military personnel and civil population. Forced labor of Jews. Results of inspections of military hospitals and alimentation of the troops. Complaints that some Jews are equipped with special official authorization that allows them to travel free all over the country.