Language of Description: Hebrew
Language of Description: Lithuanian
  1. P.37- Archive of Benjamin Arditti: Documentation Regarding the History of Bulgarian Jewry, 1850-1964

    P.37- Archive of Benjamin Arditti: Documentation Regarding the History of Bulgarian Jewry, 1850-1964 Benjamin Arditti was born in Vienna in 1897. He lived in Sofia (except for two years during World War II) from 1916-1949. He was one of the outstanding activists in the Zionist movement in Bulgaria: he served as a member of the Central Committee of the Zionist Union in Bulgaria, 1919-1923; he held five terms of office as the representative to the World Zionist Congress; he served as the chairman of the Zionist Organization in Sofia; he was one of the founders of the Revisionist movement in B...

  2. LSSR-MGB-KGB centro skyriai (pabiros)

    • Lithuanian SSR-MGB-KGB Central Departments (Loose Files)

    Some files of the subfond are related to the Holocaust (surveillance/criminal proceeding files (interrogation and confrontation protocols, testimonies of witnesses and ect.) for people who colaborated with the Nazi and were involved into annihilation process of local Jews). - files No. 1234, 1251, 1290, 4907-4909, 4911, 4912, 4913 (11 volumes), 4914-4916: related to activities of the Special Squad (Sonderkommando Vilinius SD) which operated in the Paneriai (Ponary) mass killing site.

  3. M.38 - Documentation from the Archive for the Study of Austrian Resistance

    M.38 - Documentation from the Archive for the Study of Austrian Resistance There is much documentation regarding the persecution of opponents of the regime by the Nazi authorities in the Austrian Resistance Movement Archives (Dokumentationsarchiv des Oesterreichischen Widerstands). Within the documentation copied for Yad Vashem, there is material regarding the persecution of the Jews in Austria: orders and official directives, lists of people dismissed from their places of employment due to their Jewishness, reports and surveys regarding specific persecutions written during the period of th...

  4. M.19 - The Friesland District Joodse Raad (Jewish Council) Collection, the Netherlands, 1940-1943

    M.19 - The Friesland District Joodse Raad (Jewish Council) Collection, the Netherlands, 1940-1943 The Collection contains correspondence between the Friesland district Joodse Raad and the Amsterdam Joodse Raad on various issues, and correspondence of the Joodse Raad with various organizations regarding help to Dutch Jews in camps and help to Jewish refugees from Germany. There are also reports received from the Amsterdam Joodse Raad regarding the Jews, documentation of decrees and restrictions on Dutch Jews, Jewish education, Jewish owned property, mixed marriages, persecution and deportati...

  5. M.4 - Bulletins of the Vaad Hahatzalah (Rescue Council) of the Jewish Agency in Eretz Israel, 1937-1959

    M.4 - Bulletins of the Vaad Hahatzalah (Rescue Council) of the Jewish Agency in Eretz Israel, 1937-1959 There are 220 files in the record group, which includes various publications, such as bulletins, reports, letters and surveys, containing information regarding the condition of the Jews in occupied Europe during World War II. The information was gathered, collated and distributed by Jewish organizations in Eretz Israel, Turkey (Istanbul) and Switzerland during the war and the early postwar years. Some of the communications were intended for distribution solely among the members of the org...

  6. Lietuvos SSR valstybės saugumo komitetas (KGB)

    • Security Committee (KGB) of Lithuania SSR

    Criminal proceedings (protocols of interrogations, information which deals with personal data of the arrested persons, photos, sometimes-small personal belongings (certificates, books, checks, drawings, photos of the members of the family and ect.), protocols of the questioning to witnesses, various decrees and reports (part of them with the sign: Secret). The subfonds includes approx. 1034 criminal files for people who have been suspected or accused of colaboration, for people who partipicated in mass killings of Jews ect.). - Criminal files No. 8890/3, 36137/3, 739/3, 45275/3, 36138/3, 20...

  7. Atrinkti dokumentai iš Gosudarstvennij Archiv Rossijskoj Federacii (GARF)

    • Selected Documents from the State Archive of the Russian Federation
    • Atrinkti dokumentai iš Valstybinio Rusijos Federacijos archyvo

    Protocols of the witnesses of the mass killings in the Vilnius and Suvalkai area, in the Vilnius ghetto, Paneriai mass killing site. Memoirs of the Jewish survivors (members of the corpses burning brigade in Paneriai) and IX Fort in Kaunas. Protocols, acts, and other documentation compiled by the Extraordinary Soviet Commission (1944). First list of Jews living in Lithuania (compiled on September 1944). Total 1195 persons (data includes names, names of both parents, birth date). Second list of Jewish residents in Lithuania (27 September 1944). Total 468 persons (name, surname, place of birth).

  8. ELTA informacija. Buržuazinių nacionalistų kovos veiksmų aprašymas traukiantis Raudonajai armijai Vilniuje ir Trakuose

    • Information from News Agency ELTA (Electronic Lithuanian Telegrams Agency). Descriptions of the Fighting Between the Red Army and Local Nationalists in the First Days of Second World War (When the Red Army Was Retreating) in Vilnius and Trakai

    Information about activities (including correspondence, notes, letters, writings) of units of the white arm-banded local partisans who were fighting against communists and Jews.

  9. ELTA informacija. Bolševikų bėgimas iš Ukmergės

    • Information from news agency ELTA (Electronic Lithuanian Telegrams Agency). Escape of the Bolsheviks from Ukmergė

    Correspondence, notes, writings send to ELTA (Electronic Lithuanian Telegrams Agency) about the first days of WWII in Ukmergė, including information about people (most of whom were Jews) arrested by local activists.

  10. Vilniaus žydų muziejaus dokumentų kolekcija

    • The Collection of the Documents of the Vilnius Jewish Museum

    The fonds contains with Vilnius ghetto documents (forced labour for Jews, FPO (ghetto partisants' organization) documentation, register of Jews workers); list of Ukmergė Jews who perished between August-September 1941; plan of Švenčionys ghetto, documents about mass killings in small towns of the Vilnius region; registration cards of Jews, records of the Kovno Jewish ghetto administration and police; documentation about activities of the Vilnius Jewish Museum which was re-established by survivors in autumn 1944. Memoirs of prisoners of the ghettos, photos of people who rescued Jews, photos ...

  11. Palestinos žydų fondams - Pamatinio Palestinos fondo (Karen Hajesod) ir Žydų tautinio fondo (Karen Kajemet Lejisroel) - remti draugija

    • Associciation for Support of Jewish Palestine (Karen Hayesod), Lithuanian Branch, 1920‒1940

    "This collection consists of records and correspondence files with local branches of the Karen Hayesod across Lithuania from 1920 to 1940, concerning the registration of local organizations and fundraising activities for the Jewish settlements in Palestine before World War II. The collection also includes minute meetings; correspondence with Zionist organizations worldwide, local banks, and Lithuanian government authorities; bylaws; donor lists; cashier books; and financial reports" (From: USHMM finding aid).

  12. Trakų apskrities viršininko fondas

    • Chief of Trakai County

    The collection of the chief of Trakai (Troki) county contains important documents concerning activities of the Jewish community and Jewish organizations before the Second World War. There are also documents about establishing ghettos in the district, confiscation of Jewish private property, and annihilation of Jews in the province of Lithuania.

  13. Dokumentų kopijų kolekcija

    • Collection of Document Copies
    • Lietuvos Centrinis Valstybės Archyvas
    • F. 1742
    • English, Lithuanian
    • 1916-1947
    • 2 subfonds and 47 files. Parts of the documents are handwritten. Some files are microfilmed and some consist of photographs, maps, drawings.

    USHMM: "material on resistance and rescue in Lithuania". Copies of documents concerning the annihilation of Jews in town of Vilnius and region, Nazi propaganda, anti-Nazi movement, position of the Catholic Church during WWII; documentation and correspondence between embassies (interwar period); copies of agreements between USSR and Germany; documentation regarding diplomatic relations; copies (microfilmed) of the monographs and studies by M. Jaloveckis "Lenkijos sodybos. Kaimo sodybų architektūra ir statiniai" ("Dwor Polski. Architekci į budowniczowie siedzib wiejskich") and "Lenkijos Respu...

  14. Kauno miesto žydų tikybinės bendruomenės taryba

    • Council of the Jewish Religious Community of Kaunas

    This collection consists of records of the Council of the Kaunas Jewish community in Lithuania. It reflects different aspects of the activities of the Jewish community of Kaunas during the interwar period and the beginning of the Second World War. Items include correspondence between the Jewish communities of the district; metrics and registration books of the Jewish communities of Gargždai, Ylakiai, Jurbarkas, Kėdainiai, Kybartai, Krekenava, and Plungė; documentation concerning education, social welfare, charity, financial activities, protocols of meetings of the community members, documen...

  15. Iš Vokietijos gautų dokumentų kolekcija

    • Captured German Records Returned by the USSR to Lithuania in 1953

    Includes: Polizeipraesident zu Berlin, Polizeidirektion Tilsit, SS Totenkofp Sturmbahn Konzentrationslager Lublin, SS und Polizei fuehrer Ausbildungslager Travniki, RSHA Gestapo Berlin, Heeresgruppenkommando I, Gestapo Stapostelle Zichenau, etc. USHMM: "Information collected by the German security services regarding the local population, the Red Army, Communists, anti-German movements in the Baltic, and "deserters" [Lithuanian Central State Archives, Fonds 1173/1, 2, 4, and 7; 2000." Files of: prisoners of war, prisoners and guards of concentration camps, policemen of the Lithuanian Auxilia...

  16. Atrinkti duomenys iš Štutthofo muziejaus archyvo. I-11B-10

    • Selected Records from the Archive of the Stutthof Museum. I-11B-10

    List of 957 Kaunas Jews transported to Stutthof concentration camp (17 July 1944). Lists of 1095 Kaunas Jews women and children transported to Stutthof concentration camp (19 July 1944). List of 1321 Kaunas Jews transported to Stutthof concentration camp (25 July 1944). List of 1683 Lithuanian Jews transported to Stutthof concentration camp (26 July 1944). List of 793 Kaunas Jews (mostly women) transported to Stutthof concentration camp (4 August 1944). List of 1001 Jews (mostly from Lithuania) transported from Stutthof concentration camp to Natzweiler concentration camp (29 September 1944)...

  17. Atrinkti duomenys iš Eesti Riigi Archiiv

    • Selected Records from the Eesti Riigi Archiiv
    • Selected Records from the Estonian State Archives

    1943-1944. Register lists of the prisoners (forced labourers; also register of sick prisoners); alphabetical collection of personal cards of Jewish prisoners' (from Vilnius and Kaunas ghettos); the cards of prisoners who tried to escape and were shot. Documentation of the Extraordinary Soviet Commission (microfilms). 1944.

  18. Atrinkti dokumentai iš Lietuvos mokslų akademijos Vrublevskių bibliotekos Rankraščių skyriaus

    • Selected Records from the Wroblewski Library of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences – Manuscripts Department

    Documents of the State Commissions (subcommission of the Extraordinary Soviet Commission) for investigating Nazis crimes (mass killing sites) established in the main towns in Lithuania. Statements compiled by the State Commissions have been based on the reports collected from the different municipalities of Lithuania.

  19. Atrinkti dokumentai iš Tsentr Khroneniya Istoriko-Dokumentalnykh Kolektsyi (TsKIDK)

    • Selected Records from the Tsentr Khroneniya Istoriko-Dokumentalnykh Kolektsyi (TsKIDK)/ Centre for the Preservation of Historical Document Collections

    Walter Stahlecker's second report and Karl Jäger's report on the actions of Einsatzgruppen A and local collaborators in Lithuania (October 1941-February 1942).