1. Landgericht (Reichs Regional Court) – Kašperské Hory branch

    Archival records in the fonds are an important source for the development of the judicial system and administration of justice in regions which were administratively affiliated in 1939 to the Bavarian Ostmark. For study of Jewish history, it is possible in particular to use call № 346, box № 33 (marital law, 1939–1944), call № 346a, box № 33 (requests for removal of obstacles in marriage, 1939–1943) and also in particular the agenda of marital matters stored under call № R, box № 80–99 (marital matters, divorces etc., 1938–1944), which contain information about oppression and persecution of...

  2. State Police Office in Domažlice

    The fonds contains documents from the activity of the State Police Office in Domažlice. The vast majority of the preserved documents are constituted by associations’ files, but also matters of issuance of passports and emigration and the agenda of refugees from occupied areas inland in the autumn of 1938. Politically important files were not however preserved, these evidently having been destroyed before 1945. For study of Jewish history, it is possible to use in particular register books, this in particular concerning K 6 (List of passports issued, 1938–1939), K 7 (Index to this list, 1938...

  3. Reichs Gendarmerie Station in Mikulov

    Jewish issues do not specifically appear in the files but the relevant information can be expected in the following ones: Staff book 1938-1942 (inv. No. 1, 2), Lageberichte 1938-1943 (inv. No. 25, 26, 29). The fonds contains materials concerning the life of the Czech minority, the agenda of POWs, and various events not even mentioned by the official propaganda.

  4. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Duchcov

    The fonds includes documents of the court functioning in the territory of the judicial district of Duchcov in 1938-1945. The files from 1941, labelled Cs, include reports on Jews who did not respect the Nazi order to use names of Israel and Sara in addition to their own names (inv. No. 9). Information can also be expected in the following files: Civil disputes 1938-1942 (inv. No. 4), Forced administration of property 1938-1944 (inv. No. 7), Private lawsuits 1940-1941 (inv. No. 8), and Criminal offenses 1940- 1945 (inv. No. 10).

  5. Police President in Ústi nad Labem - Department of Teplice-Šanov

    The fonds contains some essential materials concerning the history of the Nazi occupation in 1939-1945 and the work of the police in 1938-1945. Jewish-related documents can be found in the following files: Passports and visa matters for Jews 1939-1941 (inv. No. 66), Identity cards compulsorily carried by Jews 1941 (inv. No. 86), Jewish family names 1940-1941 (inv. No. 161), Police surveillance of Jews 1940-1942 (inv. No. 497). Records of Jews may also be expected in the following files: Cancelling trade establishments 1939-1935 (inv. No. 428), Religious organizations and their prohibition 1...

  6. Reichs Gendarmerie Department of Pozorka

    Jewish issues do not specifically appear in the files but the relevant information can be expected in the following ones: Passport issues of the Protectorate citizens in 1943 ( inv. No. 19). The fonds contains materials concerning the life of the Czech minority, the agenda of POWs, and various events not even mentioned by the official propaganda.

  7. Landrat (District Councillor) of Bílina

    The fonds contains documents concerning the political administration of the Bílina district in 1938-1945. The Jewish population is mentioned in the following files: Registering Jewish property 1938-1939 (inv. No. 38), the Aryanization - Jews in the Bílina district 1939 (inv. No. 50), Jewish synagogues - the canceled ones, trades for Jews 1939 (inv. No. 52), Religious communities 1939 (inv. No. 63), Criminal police - Jewish half-breeds in the ranks of the police 1940-1945 (inv. No. 66).

  8. Landrat (District Councillor) of Teplice

    The fonds contains documents of the political administration of the Teplice district in 1938-1945. Documents concerning the Jewish population can be found in the following files: Registration of Jewish property 1939 (inv. No. 32), Register of Jews 1941-1942 (inv. No. 40), Jewish land property in the Teplice district 1939 (inv. No. 81), List of Jewish land property in the district of Usti nad Labem 1941-1942 (inv. No. 82), Jewish property 1940-1942 (inv. No. 83), Lists of fugitive Jews and Czechs, 1939-1940 (inv. No. 98). Sources concerning the given topic can also be expected in the followi...

  9. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Teplice

    The fonds includes documents of the court functioning in the territory of the judicial district of Teplice in 1938-1945. Jewish issues are not expressly mentioned in finding aids but they can be expected in the following sources: civil disputes 1939-1940 (inv. No. 3-6), forced administration of property 1939-1943 (inv. No. 13-15), bankruptcies 1939- 1941 (inv. No. 19), private lawsuits 1938-1944 (inv. No. 20-24), and minor offenses 1938-1943 (inv. No. 40-42).

  10. Reichs Gendarmerie Station in Kostomlaty pod Milešovkou

    Jewish issues do not specifically appear in the files but the relevant information can be expected in the following ones: Lageberichte-situational reports on the mood of the population 1938-1945 (inv. No. 7), Copies of case files from 1939-1941 (inv. No. 40). The fonds contains materials concerning the life of the Czech minority, the agenda of POWs, and various events not even mentioned by the official propaganda.

  11. Reichs District Gendarmerie Station in Pozorka

    Jewish issues do not specifically appear in the files but the relevant information can be expected in the following ones: Regulations and guidelines of the Gestapo offices in Liberec and Teplice on church affairs 1941 (inv. No. 23). The fonds contains materials concerning the life of the Czech minority, the agenda of POWs, and various events not even mentioned by the official propaganda.

  12. German Settlement Company in Nová Bystřice

    The fonds includes fragments of the archival records of the German Settlement Company in Nová Bystřice, showing the life and administration of the Nazis in the border regions in 1938-1945. The files relating to prisoners of war and foreign nationals are especially valuable. There are also interesting documents concerning property affairs of individual estates, showing the bad relations between the local officials of the Sudeten and the Nazi movements. Other documents relate to efforts to subordinate the agricultural production to the war economy. Jewish issues can specifically be found in f...

  13. Landgericht (Reichs Regional Court) of Linz – branch in Český Krumlov

    In the files of the criminal, civil and administrative agendas there is only one case concerning a Jewish defendant: No. Vr 243/41 (Blaha Sara, housewife, from Benešov nad Černou, accused of not using her first Jewish name and not getting her Kennkart (personal ID)).

  14. Forest Office of Nová Bystřice

    The fonds includes archival material of the Forest Office of Nová Bystřice (cultivation, timber felling, etc.). As for the Jewish history, there are documents concerning the forced labor of foreign nationals, namely the Hungarian Jews, from 1944.

  15. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Hostouň

    The fonds contains archival materials from the lowest instance of judicial administration in the annexed border region in 1938–1945. In the library requests from 1940 it is possible to trace archival materials documenting the dissolution of the Jewish Religious Community in Mutěnín and the entrusting of its property to the care of the Aufbaufond (box 74), as well as documents attesting to the transfer of Jewish assets to the municipality in 1940 (box 76).

  16. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Poběžovice

    The fonds contains archival materials from the lowest instance of the judicial administration in the annexed border region in the years 1938–1945. In the library requests from 1940 it is possible to trace archival materials attesting to the sale of the synagogue in Meclov (box 76, file 291-40) or archival materials from 1939–1940 documenting the dissolution of the Jewish Religious Community in Poběžovice and the entrusting of its property to the care of the Aufbaufond (construction fund) and the subsequent transfers of these assets (box 75, files 380-39, 379-39, 391-39, 352-40).

  17. Company Samuel and Berta Lederer, Shop in Všeruby, Forced Trustee Wolfgang Müller

    The fonds contains the business correspondence and written documents concerning administration of trade in colonial goods on Aryanised Jewish merchant Samuel Lederer.

  18. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Znojmo

    The significance of this fonds is only supplemental. From relevant sources, it contains only inheritance files from 1938–1945 and/or guardianship and custodial files from 1938–1945, or testaments from 1938, 1941–1944. Persons of Jewish origin will apparently be recorded in these materials only in exceptional cases.

  19. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Vranov

    The significance of this fonds is only supplemental. From relevant sources, it contains only inheritance files from 1938–1943 and/or guardianship and custodial files from 1939–1943. Persons of Jewish origin will apparently be recorded in these materials only in exceptional cases.

  20. Amtsgericht (District Court) of Jaroslavice

    The significance of this fonds is only supplemental. From relevant sources, it contains only inheritance files from 1939–1943 and/or guardianship and custodial files from 1939-1943. Persons of Jewish origin will apparently be recorded in these materials only in exceptional cases.