Language of Description: Finnish
Structure: Single Item
  1. Bécsi főkonzulátus iratai

    • Records of the Hungarian Chief Consulate in Vienna

    The records of the Hungarian Chief Consulate in Vienna originate from the years 1938 to 1945 when Austria was incorporated into the German Reich. They provide a sizable documentation of issues relevant for the historical study of the Holocaust.The relevant parts of collection mostly concern citizenship issues, property questions around the time of “Aryanization” after the so called Anschluss in 1938 as well as cases of arrests of Hungarian Jews. Many further files in the collection of the Hungarian Chief Consulate in Vienna record complaints that were received in those years. More general r...

  2. Ulkomaalaisia koskevat erityiset Suomeen tulokysymykset

    • Special issues concerning foreigners willing to enter Finland

    Correspondence, reports, and newspaper clippings concerning foreigners willing to enter Finland in the years 1920s-50s. The material includes records concerning Jewish refugees from Austria and Germany in the late 1930s, as well as Polish and Baltic Jewish refugees in 1940.

  3. Pakolaistilastoja ym. pakolaisia ja kulkureita koskevia

    • Refugee statistics and other records concerning refugees and vagrants

    The records concern refugees (also Jewish) in Finland in the 1920s-1940s. The records include correspondence and lists of refugees. Some records concern deportation of Jews from Finland to Germany.

  4. Juutalaiskysymys

    • Jewish question

    Foreign Ministry's correspondence and reports concerning the situation of the Jews in Finland, Europe and Israel, Jewish refugees in Finland, and Jewish organizations.

  5. Anthoni, Arno Kalervo

    The file contains records (correspondence and reports) concerning Arno Anthoni's war crimes investigation.

  6. Suomen Punaisen Ristin Sotavankitoimiston arkisto

    • Archive of the Finnish Red Cross POW Office

    The archive contains records from the years 1939-1948. It includes journals, correspondence, death certificates, as well as card indexes and lists of POWs, which are the archive’s main material.