Language of Description: German
Language of Description: English
Country: Israel
  1. Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate regarding the extension of passports

    Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate regarding the extension of passports

  2. Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate regarding the extension of passports of Jewish residents in Mandatory Palestine

    Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate regarding the extension of passports of Jewish residents in Mandatory Palestine

  3. Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate regarding passports and requests for solutions to family and personal problems

    Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate regarding passports and requests for solutions to family and personal problems

  4. Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate in Jaffa regarding administrative matters of Jews originally from Germany

    Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate in Jaffa regarding administrative matters of Jews originally from Germany

  5. Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate in Jaffa regarding the renewal of passports of Jews originally from Germany

    Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate in Jaffa regarding the renewal of passports of Jews originally from Germany The file includes blank forms of the Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei (German Workers Party).

  6. Documentation of the Gestapo regarding the activities of the Orhanizatsiya Ukrainskyh Natsionalistiv (OUN-Ukrainian Nationalists Organization) in the Brzezany district, 1944

    Documentation of the Gestapo regarding the activities of the Orhanizatsiya Ukrainskyh Natsionalistiv (OUN-Ukrainian Nationalists Organization) in the Brzezany district, 1944 Report of the Security Police Chief in Brzezany sent to the Security Police Chief and the SD in the Galicia IV A region regarding the activities of the OUN under the leadership of Stepan Bandera in the Brzezany area (Tarnopol district).

  7. Excerpts from Gestapo documents from Bialystok regarding the Bialystok Ghetto, 21 January-10 March 1943

    Excerpts from Gestapo documents from Bialystok regarding the Bialystok Ghetto, 21 January-10 March 1943 Orders related to decreasing the ghetto boundaries; continuation of forced labor in the ghetto factories; halting work for Jews outside the ghetto; replacing Jewish laborers with Belorussian laborers.

  8. Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate regarding travel permits to Germany and passports of Germans and Jews in Mandatory Palestine, and confirmations regarding Aryan origin

    Letters from the Gestapo to the German Consulate regarding travel permits to Germany and passports of Germans and Jews in Mandatory Palestine, and confirmations regarding Aryan origin

  9. Gau Wien of the National Socialist Party (NSDAP, Vienna): Correspondence of the Sippenamt (Ministry of Geneology) regarding the origin of people requesting a pardon, and orders by the Gestapo and other matters

    Gau Wien of the National Socialist Party (NSDAP, Vienna): Correspondence of the Sippenamt (Ministry of Geneology) regarding the origin of people requesting a pardon, and orders by the Gestapo and other matters 1. Correspondence of the Sippenamt (Ministry of Geneology) in Vienna with various organizations, including the Aeltestenrat (Council of the Jewish Elders) in Prague, regarding the Jewish or Aryan origin of certain people; requests for a pardon; 2. Orders by the Gestapo regarding the prevention of the emigration of the people working as registrars in archives; 3. Names of the registrar...

  10. Gau Wien of the National Socialist Party (NSDAP, Vienna): Correspondence regarding "racial purity" and a report prepared by the Gestapo regarding Jews and Mischlinge

    Gau Wien of the National Socialist Party (NSDAP, Vienna): Correspondence regarding "racial purity" and a report prepared by the Gestapo regarding Jews and Mischlinge Correspondence between the NSDAP, Vienna and the Reichministerium F. Volksaufklaerung U. Propaganda (Reich Ministry for National Enlightenment and Propaganda) in Berlin, regarding the "racial purity" of various individuals; The file includes an internal report about Jews and Mischlinge in Vienna, prepared by the Gestapo in Vienna, from 1944 (without details about the sender or the addressee), a copy of which was sent to Berlin.