Language of Description: Hebrew
Language of Description: Ukrainian
  1. Районні управи Херсонщини (Об'єднаний архівний фонд)

    • District Boards of Kherson Region (Joint Archival Fund)

    Selected files may contain information about occupation policy of population and the Holocaust: Berislav district board. File 1. Data about population in rural areas; information about the movement of goods, payroll and financial aid. 1941-1942. 93 pages. File 2. Information on the registration of the population. 1941-1942. 30 pages. File 9. Lists of village elders, police officers and their families, farm managerial stuff, former kulaks, who returned to farms. 1944. 14 pages. Genichesk district board. File 13. Correspondence between Rykivsk village board and the heads of rural communities ...

  2. Претура Біляївського району, с. Білявка Біляївського р-ну Одеської області.

    • District Pretura, Beliaevka District, Village of Beliaevka (Ovidiopol’ County)

    The fonds’ inventories are systematized according to the structural-chronological principle. Included are directives, instructions, and orders of the Romanian civilian and military authorities on restrictive measures regarding Jews located in the territory of Transnistria. A significant number of documents concern Jews located in ghettos and labor camps. Documents of the Romanian authorities regarding the conscription of Jews into forced labor include copies of orders of the governor and official correspondence with prefectures and preturas on procedures for the payment of Jewish labor (f. ...

  3. Collection of house register books of the house management at the housing department of Simferopol city administration

    • Колекція будинкових книг домоуправлінь міського житлового відділу Симферопольського міського управління

    Books contain listing of city dwellers registered in each street of the city of Simferopol. Books of 1941 contain names of Jewish dwellers as well.

  4. Kerch city council

    Inventory 1 – 37 files. File 1. Enactments. November – 16 December 1941. 2 pages. File 2. Printed materials. Enactments and directives of the city council and police. 1 November – 10 December 1941. 26 pages. File 3. Printed enactments and orders of Kerch city council and police. 1941. 18 pages. File 4. Notebook of registry of the outgoing papers of the Kerch city council No. 1-2. 1941. File 5. Notebook of registry of the outgoing papers of the Kerch city council No. 3. 1941. File 6. Notebook of registry of the outgoing papers of the Kerch city council No. 4. 1941. File 13. Lists of employee...

  5. Statistical Bureau of Simferopol City Council

    • Городское статистическое бюро Симферопольской городской управы

    The following files contain statistical information about Jewish and Krymchak population of Simferopol and the Crimea during the Nazi occupation: File 1. Statistical reports for November and December 1941. File 2. Statistical reports for January 1942. File 3. Statistical reports for February 1942. File 4. Statistical reports for March 1942. File 5. Statistical reports for April 1942. File 6. Statistical reports for May 1942. File 7. Statistical reports for June 1942. File 8. Information on the age and gender composition of the population of Simferopol and its suburbs. 01.12.1941 – 01.01.194...

  6. Office of German commandant of Kerch harbor

    • Канцелярия немецкого коменданта Керченского порта

    File 1. Information about the Jews shot by the Germans, with the names, addresses and their apartments (in Russian and German). 1941. File 2. Lists of workers and copies of the identification papers issued by the commandant of Kerch harbor (in German, translations into Russian are available). 1941.

  7. Labor Office of the city of Kerch

    • Керченская биржа труда

    File 1. Lists of employees (shaped out of placer). 2-17.12.1941 File 2. Lists of city dwellers registered by the Kerch Labor Office. File 3. Card index of city dwellers registered by the Kerch Labor Office. Of 3 files the file No. 2 relates to the Holocaust as it contains names and ethnicity of the Krymchaks registered along with the other city dwellers. Lists include information about 3005 persons. Below are examples: Page 5rev: No. 200 Purim Akim Moiseevich, 1893, Krymchak, seller, Kolkhoznaia str., 9. Page 37rev: Bakshi Rakhil Khaimovna, 1887, Krymchak, seamstress, Proletarskaia str., 21...

  8. Feodosia city council

    • Феодосийская городская управа

    Inventory 1 – 5 files File 1. Orders and enactments. 13 November - 12 December 1941. 94 pages. File 2. Published enactments of the German commandment and city council. 1941. 140 pages. File 3. Published enactments of the German commandment and city council. 1941. 20 pages. File 4. Correspondence with the field commandant and city commandant regarding running of the registry of births, issuing of IDs, distribution of production etc. 1941. File 5. Appeal to Feodosia dwellers to help to rebuild the destroyed city, rules for population, IDs, correspondence on economic matters, list of the perso...

  9. Crimean Republican Extraordinary State Commission for Investigation of crimes of the German-Fascist invaders and damage caused by them to the citizens, collective farms, civic organizations, state enterprises and establishments of the Crimean ASSR

    • Крымская Республиканская чрезвычайная комиссия по установлению и расследованию злодеяний немецко-фашистских захватчиков и их сообщников и причиненного ими ущерба гражданам, колхозам, общественным организациям, государственным предприятиям и учреждениям КрАССР
    • Державний архів в Автономній Республіці Крим
    • P-1289
    • English, Russian, Ukrainian
    • 1943-1944
    • 205 files in two inventories. Inventory 1 holds titles of 28 files, which contain information about German and Romanian atrocities in the Crimean localities. Inventory 2 holds titles of 100 files, which contain information about material damage caused by the German and Romanian occupiers.

    Inventory 1 - 28 files. File 1. Statements of the Extraordinary Commissions in the cities of Simferopol, Sevastopol, and in Simferopol, Sevastopol, Bakhchisarai and Yalta districts. 1944. 87 pages. File 1а. Statements of the Extraordinary Commission in Sevastopol. 1944. 61 pages. File 2. Statements of the Extraordinary Commissions in the city of Kerch, and in Ak-Sheikh and Telman districts. 1944. 191 pages. File 2а. Statements of the Extraordinary Commission in Simferopol district. 1944. 94 pages. File 3. Statements of the Extraordinary Commissions in Feodosia and Kerch. 1944. 46 pages. Fil...

  10. Запорізька обласна комісія по сприянню в роботі Надзвичайної державної комісії по встановленню та розслідуванню злочинів німецько-фашистських загарбників та їх спільників і заподіяних ними збитків громадянам, колгоспам, громадським організаціям і державним підприємствам, м. Запоріжжя Запорізької області

    • Zaporizhzhia Regional Commission for assistance to Extraordinary State Commission on Establishment and Investigation of the Crimes committed by the German-Fascist Invaders and their Accomplices, city of Zaporizhzhia
    • Запорожская областная комиссия по оказанию содействия в работе Чрезвычайной государственной комиссии по установлению и расследованию злодеяний немецко-фашистских захватчиков и их сообщников и причиненного ими ущерба гражданам, колхозам, общественным организациям, государственным предприятиям и учреждениям СССР (ЧГК), г. Запорожье Запорожской области

    The selected files from the collection contain information about crimes against the civilian population committed by the German occupation authorities. File 3. Minutes of interrogation, eyewitness testimonies, statements about crimes and atrocities of the German-Fascist invaders on the territory of Zaporizhzhia region; lists of the perished and deported to Germany. 1943-1944. 308 pages. File 4. Report about atrocities of the German-Fascist occupation authorities in Zaporizhzhia region. 58 pages. File 7. Statements about crimes of the German-Fascist occupiers in district of the region. 1943-...

  11. 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...

  12. Хронологічні довідки про тимчасову окупацію німецько-фашистськими загарбниками населених пунктів Вінницької області та визволення їх Радянською армією (колекція).

    Хронологічні довідки про тимчасову окупацію нацистськими загарбниками залізничних станцій і населених пунктів та визволення їх Радянською армією.

  13. P-192

    Книга обліку платників податків.

  14. Станіславська міжокружна каса соціального забезпечення, м. Станіслав, дистрикту Галичина.

    Статут, циркуляри, розпорядження генерального губернаторства, головної каси у Варшаві про облік робітників та службовців, надання їм матеріальної та медичної допомоги, внутрішній розпорядок роботи кас і їх філій; фінансові звіти про надходження та використання коштів у касах соцзабезпечення; анкети установ, кооперативів, артілей, підприємств Станіславського округу; листування з касами і їх філіями, установами, організаціями та підприємствами з питань надання матеріальної та медичної допомоги, прийом, звільнення та облік робітників та службовців.

  15. Прокуратура Коломийського окружного суду, м. Коломия, дистрикту Галичина

    Звинувачувальні акти, копії рішень суду, донесення правоохоронних органів; справи прокурорського нагляду по звинуваченню осіб у вбивствах, крадіжках, махінаціях, привласненні чужого майна, підробці документів та ін.

  16. 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...

  17. 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...

  18. 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...

  19. Сільські управи Херсонщини (ОАФ)

    • Village boards of Kherson region (joint collection)

    Selected files presented below can contain information about occupation population policies and the Holocaust: Velykooleksandrivka district, Borozenska village board. File 3. Documents (orders, circulars, information, lists) to collect taxes from the population; list of people born in 1922-1924. 1941-43. 126 pages. File 4. Information on the number of people in the district; acts, property inventory lists of local institutions and organizations. 1942-43. 82 pages. Novohryhor'yivka village board. File 9. Orders, directives, instructions by Velykooleksandrivka Gebietskommissar regarding popul...