1. Писмо до началник на полицията - Видин със сведения за броя на евакуираните във Видин евреи и българи

    • Letter to the Head of the Police - Vidin with information on the number of evacuated Jews and Bulgarians in Vidin

    Писмо от помощник-околийския управител, началник на полицията - Видин до помощник-областния директор, началник на полицията в областта - Враца със сведения за броя на евакуираните във Видин евреи и българи

  2. Градско общинско управление - Крумовград (1913-1944)

    • Krumovgrad Municipality

    Заповеди на Общинското управление 1919-1924, 1926-1943 г. Протоколни книги от сесии 1926, 1930-1931, 1935-1941 г. Протоколни книги от заседания 1923-1929, 1931-1934, 1937-1944 г. Писма до областния инспектор и кметовете за закриване на сдружения 1943 г. Писма, обявления във връзка с евакуацията на евреите 1943-1944 г. Писма и окръжни за заселване населението в Беломорието 1943 г. Писма и сведения във връзка с хигиенизирането на населените места и борбата с болестите 1943 г. Протоколи на общинската комисия по Трудово-земеделските стопанства 1938-1945 г. Протоколи на реквизиционната комисия 1...

  3. Окръжни, телеграми и писма по паспортна служба и наблюдения на чужденците и евреите.

    • Circular letters and telegrams concerning passport service and observation of foreigners and Jews.
  4. Various information and complaints

    Various information and complaints regarding military personnel and civil population. Forced labor of Jews. Results of inspections of military hospitals and alimentation of the troops. Complaints that some Jews are equipped with special official authorization that allows them to travel free all over the country.

  5. Military counter-espionage.

    Military counter-espionage. Army Corps IV. 1942 - 1943. Periodic reports an the morale of the troops; the mood of the population: Romanians, Ukrainians, Polish, Jews, Hungarians; the clandestine activities of legionnaires and communists. Minor incidents and discovery of war materials left from the Soviets. Report from the German military mission on the situation on the front in Crimea and on the river Don.

  6. Various orders and dispositions

    Various orders and dispositions regarding forced labor of Jews in districts Dorohoi and Botosani 1943.

  7. Various orders and dispositions

    Various orders and dispositions regarding forced labor of Jews. Lists of Jews to be mobilized for forced labor. Requests for craftsmen and laborers.

  8. Various orders and dispositions

    Various orders and dispositions regarding forced labor of Jews, in districts Roman, Radauti, Iasi. Falticeni. Lists of Jews to be mobilized for forced labor. Requests for craftsmen and professionals.

  9. Various orders and dispositions

    Various orders and dispositions regarding forced labor of Jews. Lists of Jews to be mobilized for forced labor. Requests for craftsmen and laborers.

  10. Various orders and dispositions

    Various orders and dispositions regarding forced labor of Jews. Directives for the discovery of infiltration of Russian agents dressed in Romanian military uniforms and carrying documents from Romanian military who were killed or are prisoners. Directives and orders form the General Staff showing an amelioration of the regime of forced labor for the Jews. Interdiction for Jews to work or be present in administrative offices. No Jewish craftsmen are allowed in military workshops. They will work in shops outside the limits of military barracks or office areas. Transfer of material from archiv...

  11. Various orders and dispositions

    Various orders and dispositions regarding the Jews. Military personnel bring into Romania, over the Dniester, women, which they use for personal domestic work. This is strictly forbidden because these persons could spy for the enemy. Dispositions to prevent the frequent fires at military depots and establishments. Dispositions related to citizens of foreign countries and those with Nansen passports. Order from Maresal Antonescu to exclude from the Army officers that are obese. Norms to establish obesity. Kinds of physical exercise recommended. Remuneration of Jews for labor performed. Offic...

  12. Orders of repartition and dispositions

    Orders of repartition and dispositions regarding the forced labor of the Jews. German Military Section in Iasi requests 20 Jews to unload war material from 120 railroad cars and load them with fuel for the allied armies on the front. Also a request for 40 Jews to dig trenches, and another for several craftsmen.

  13. Orders of repartition and dispositions

    Orders of repartition and dispositions regarding the forced labor of the Jews. Following the orders of Maresal Antonescu, the City Hall (Primaria) of Iassy requests two detachments of Jews needed to disinter the remaining five thousand bodies in the Jewish cemetery in the suburb Tatarasi. Remarkable increase in requests for Jews for various tasks, Even the Metropolit asks for three tinsmiths.

  14. Orders of repartition and dispositions

    Orders of repartition and dispositions regarding the forced labor of the Jews.

  15. Orders of repartition and dispositions

    Orders of repartition and dispositions regarding the forced labor of the Jews. A number of architects and engineers are sent for 90 days to the Government of Transnistria for forced labor. The German Mission in Bucharest requests 20 Jews for forced labor in Botosani. Jewish physicians working in prisoner camps. The Building Center of the German Marine requests 150 Jews for forced labor.

  16. Reports

    Reports on the control of the security in various industries: factories, mills, electric stations etc. Inspections carried out by military personnel and related to: - ethnic composition of the administrative and technical personnel; of Jews required by necessity. - organization and composition of the security and guarding personnel and their organization. Results of inspection and suggestions and measures proposed for improvement.

  17. Lists

    Lists of repartition and classification by specialties regarding the forced labor of the Jews.