Archival Descriptions

Displaying items 41 to 60 of 55,751
  1. Files of Jews in the Nuernberg and Fuerth Police

    • ארכיון יד ושם / Yad Vashem Archives
    • 7642544
    • English, Hebrew
    • Identity card Official documentation Personal documents Record of deportees Record of murdered persons Record of persecuted persons Record of survivors
  2. Collection of photographs of anti-Jewish signs photographed on the Bentheim-Hannover-Berlin Highway in Germany, 1935, from the Osoby Archive in Moscow

    Collection of photographs of anti-Jewish signs photographed on the Bentheim-Hannover-Berlin Highway in Germany, 1935, from the Osoby Archive in Moscow The collection was photographed by a Dutch motorcyclist travelling on the highway. A typical sign in the collection: "The Jews Are Not Wanted"

  3. P.60 - Dr. Joseph Kermish Collection, Director of the Yad Vashem Archives, 1953-1979

    P.60 - Joseph Kermish Collection, Director of the Yad Vashem Archives, 1953-1979 Dr. Joseph Kermish was born in the town of Zlotniki, in the Tarnopol district, 1907. He studied history at the University of Warsaw and completed his doctoral studies in 1937. He spent the years 1936-1939 preparing a book of bibliographies on the history of Warsaw and the history of the Jewish community in Warsaw, work that was suspended with the outbreak of the war, 01 September 1939, and his draft into the Polish Army. He spent the period of the German occupation, from 1941, in the town of Probuzna, not far f...

  4. Documentation from the Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart (Main State Archives)

    Documentation from the Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart (Main State Archives)

  5. M.18.2 - Correspondence of the Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) with the Central Location Index (CLI) of the Relatives Search Department

    M.18.2 - Correspondence of the Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) with the Central Location Index (CLI) of the Relatives Search Department Correspondence between different organizations in various countries (including the JDC offices around the world). The correspondence deals with administrational topics and subjects regarding the search for relatives. The documentation is arranged by country or date or organization.

  6. Files from the Reichskanzlei (Reich Office) in Germany

    Files from the Reichskanzlei (Reich Office) in Germany

  7. Documentation of the central committee of the Communist Party in Belorussia, 1941-1944

    • ארכיון יד ושם / Yad Vashem Archives
    • 12797601
    • English, Hebrew
    • 1941-1944
    • Appeal to the authorities Exhumation report Legal documentation Letter List of Communists List of evacuated persons List of partisans List of refugees Official documentation Personal documents Statistical report Survey Survey report הודעה

    Documentation of the central committee of the Communist Party in Belorussia, 1941-1944 Included in the collection, among other material: - Documentation of the central committee of the Communist Party in Belorussia; - Documentation of the headquarters of the partisans movement; - Lists of Communists; - Personal documents of Jewish Communists; - Situation reports regarding the occupied territories in Belorussia; - Reports regarding the establishment of ghettos, deportation of refugees, and the persecution and murder of Jews; - Survey reports of the partisans units in Belorussia; - Statistica...

  8. Documentation of the district administration in Korets, 1941-1942

    Documentation of the district administration in Korets, 1941-1942 Included in the collection: - Instructions given to the district heads by the Gebietskommissariat (district commissioner) in Rowno; - Instructions given to the Judenrat and permits to its employees from the Korets municipality; - Appeals regarding the purchase of property owned by Jews; - Permits prepared by the Korets municipality; - Correspondence regarding the sale of Jewish property; use of the property and the restitution of property stolen by local residents; - Requests by residents of Koretz regarding the purchase of p...

  9. Documentation handed over to the Osoby Archive in Moscow from the Pushkin State Museum in Moscow regarding the confiscation of books and art

    Documentation handed over to the Osoby Archive in Moscow from the Pushkin State Museum in Moscow regarding the confiscation of books and art

  10. O.75: Letters and postcards from the Holocaust period or regarding the Holocaust

    O.75: Letters and postcards from the Holocaust period or regarding the Holocaust In the Record Group are personal letters collected by Yad Vashem since its establishment. The letters were written before, during and after the Holocaust period in the Nazi occupied countries - in ghettos, camps and hiding places, and in the countries to which the Jewish refugees from Europe succeeded in escaping before and during the Holocaust. The letters were sent to family members, relatives, acquaintances, friends and close friends in European countries and countries overseas. In the collection are letters...

  11. O. 64.2 - Theresienstadt Collection: Original documentation from the Theresienstadt Ghetto

    O. 64.2 - Theresienstadt Collection: Original documentation from the Theresienstadt Ghetto The Documentation Collection from the Theresienstadt Ghetto is comprised of three principle collections: A. The Zeev Sheck Collection, also known as the Dokumentační Akce-Praha (Prague Documentation Project) Collection [Files 1-110]; B. The Hermann Weisz Collection [Files 111-422]; C. The Miscellaneous Collection including documentation from the ghetto submitted to the Yad Vashem Archives by private bodies and others [Files 423-469]. A. The Zeev Sheck Collection Provenance of the Collection: Born in O...

  12. Documentation of the Communist Party District Committee in Radun, 1940-1941

    • ארכיון יד ושם / Yad Vashem Archives
    • 13250979
    • English, Hebrew
    • 1940-1941
    • Letter List of candidates List of Communists List of elections committee members List of judges List of residents List of workers Protocol Reports Survey report

    Documentation of the Communist Party District Committee in Radun, 1940-1941 The Collection includes protocols from District Committee meetings; lists of Communists and officials; documentation regarding elections to local Party positions; various status reports and statistical reports that were sent to the Communist Party's Regional Committee; letter from the Communist Party Secretary regarding the meetings held by Jews in Radun.

  13. R.5 - Card catalog of German emigrants expatriated by the Nazis (Ausbürgerungskartei)

    R.5 - The German emigrants card catalog expatriated by the Nazis (Ausbürgerungskartei) The Nazi regime in Germany revoked the citizenship of German citizens who emigrated from Germany, and criticized the regime. Revocation of citizenship also meant confiscation of property, an action which turned many of the emigrants (who had escaped from Germany without managing to sell their property) into people with nothing at all. The lists of those whose citizenship had been revoked were published in the "Deutscher Reichsanzeiger", the official State publication. The first list was published on 25 Au...

  14. M.21 - Kriegsverbrecherreferat (War Criminals Department), Central Committee of Liberated Jews - Munich

    M.21 - Kriegsverbrecherreferat (War Criminals Department), Central Committee of Liberated Jews - Munich The War Criminals Department was established in the American Occupation Zone shortly after the end of World War II. It was active from 1946-1951 as the Legal Department of the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in Munich, in cooperation with the Central Historical Commission in Munich and other survivor organizations. The purpose of the Department was to locate war criminals and collaborators, to gather documentary material, to collect testimonies from survivors and to bring the criminal...

  15. Collection of Hauptabteilung soziale Verwaltung (HSV), the Labor and Welfare department of the Generalkommissariat zur besonderen Verwendung in the Netherlands, 1942-1944

    Collection of Hauptabteilung soziale Verwaltung (HSV), the Labor and Welfare department of the Generalkommissariat zur besonderen Verwendung in the Netherlands, 1942-1944 The department was established in order to draft Dutch laborers to factories in Germany and Eastern Europe, the Arbeitseinsatz; Included in the collection: Documents from the Hauptabteilung soziale Verwaltung (HSV), regarding the draft of Dutchmen to labor in the East, and their labor conditions, 1942; Documents from the HSV, regarding the regulations for the draft of Dutchmen to the Arbeitseinsatz, 1942; Letter to the Rue...

  16. Documentation of Omnia DRT and the Schade Enquête Commissie - SEC in the Netherlands, regarding Jewish businesses, 1940-1951 (arranged according to the name of the business)

    Documentation of Omnia DRT and the Schade Enquête Commissie - SEC in the Netherlands, regarding Jewish businesses, 1940-1951 (arranged according to the name of the business) The source of the collection are the Archives of the Dutch branch of Omnia and the Deutsche Revisions und Treuhandgesellschaft - DRT and the Wirtschaftsprüfstelle Archive, and which accompanies Collection 94; the collection was rearranged in five card files by NIOD during the postwar period, and with the help of the Schade Enquête Commissie - SEC; the SEC had the responsibility in 1949 for the estimation of the damages ...

  17. P.18 - Kaczerginski Collection: Documentation regarding the Vilna Ghetto, 1941-1954

    P.18 - Kaczerginski Collection: Documentation regarding the Vilna Ghetto, 1941-1954 Shmaryahu Kaczerginski was born in Vilna in 1908. From a very young age, he started to write and publish poetry and stories. Kaczerginski was one of the founders and activists in "Young Vilna", a group of young Yiddish poets in Vilna, and he was also active in the Communist movement. Even when he was a young man, some of his poems were adopted by the Jews of Vilna and Poland, and these poems became the folk songs sung by many of the Jews. In 1942, after about a year of hiding from the Germans, Kaczerginski r...

  18. Documentation of the Polizeidisziplinskammer (Disciplinary Chamber) of the Hamburg Police

    Documentation of the Polizeidisziplinskammer (Disciplinary Chamber) of the Hamburg Police Included in the Collection are three disciplinary files against policemen: one file regarding an attack in a synagogue and two files regarding suspicion of opposition to the authorities, one of them also for hiding the Jewish origin of his wife.

  19. R.2 - National Socialist Party documentation from the Gau Wien (Vienna District), 1938-1945

    R.2 - National Socialist Party documentation from the Gau Wien (Vienna District), 1938-1945 NSDAP Gau Wien was established in 1926. The last Gauleiter (District Director) before the annexation of Austria to Germany was Dr. Leopold Tavs, who was appointed to this position in 1937. On 22 May 1938, after the Anschluss, when all the institutions in Austria, including the Nazi institutions were reorganized, SS-Standartenführer Odilo Globocnik was given that position. He was removed from his job after suspicions of corruption on his part arose, and Josef Bürckel was appointed in his place on 31 J...

  20. Collection of documents of Dutch inmates in German camps outside the Netherlands, 1933-1945, including documentation of the Red Cross, until 1950

    Collection of documents of Dutch inmates in German camps outside the Netherlands, 1933-1945, including documentation of the Red Cross, until 1950 Included in the collection: Lists of survivors and lists of inmates who perished in Dachau, Mauthausen, Gross Rosen, Theresienstadt and Natzweiler camps during 1940-1945; Testimonies of Dutch survivors, regarding their detention and living conditions in camps and while on marches during 1933-1945; Documents of the Red Cross in Allersdorf and other places during the postwar period, including protocols of investigations of Dutch criminals and Nazi w...