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Language of Description: German
Language of Description: English
Country: Israel
  1. 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...

  2. Kulka-Jaeckel Collection: Nazi reports regarding public opinion in Germany

    The Collection includes reports regarding the Stimmungsberichte (atmosphere; mood) among the members of SD units, the Gestapo, the Nazi Party and local authorities throughout Germany. The reports in which there is information regarding the Jews served as the basis for the book,"Die Juden in den geheimen NS-Stimmungsberichten 1933-1945"(The Jews in the Secret Nazi Atmosphere Reports, 1933-1945), Kulka, Otto Dov and Jäckel, Eberhard, eds., Droste Verlag, Düsseldorf, 2004.

  3. German documentation regarding various matters

    1. O.65 - Collection of Jacob Robinson, Jurist and Diplomat

    German documentation regarding various matters - Correspondence regarding Volksdeutsche [residents] in the Galicia area, 03/1943; - Testimony of Rudolf Diels in the Nuremberg Trials, [regarding] the filling of functions in the Gestapo, the Berlin Police, the Government in Cologne, and including disobedience [?]; - Testimony of Hans Hager in the Nuremberg Trials, [regarding] his involvement in the deportation of Jews from Wołyń and Galicia to their extermination; - Testimony of Dutch officer A. F. van Velsen in the Nuremberg Trials, regarding Sachsenhausen and Auschwitz camps; - Testimony in...

  4. "Jewish Street Song": Poem written by Jakow Opaczynski, born in Piotrkow Trybunalski, Poland, 1920

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    "Jewish Street Song": Poem written by Jakow Opaczynski, born in Piotrkow Trybunalski, Poland, 1920 Return of a Jewish soldier who fought bravely against the Nazis to an empty city which has been destroyed; life in the Jewish street before the war including preparations for the Sabbath, debates between Revisionists and Zionists and relations between Jews and non-Jews; outbreak of the war; life in the ghetto including hunger, cold, mortality, abuse, beatings, arrest and murder of Jews; transporting of Jews by the Gestapo; destruction of the Jewish street; atmosphere of silence in the cemetery...

  5. Testimony of Ida Lewitanska, born in Bialystok, Poland, 1916, regarding her experiences in the Bialystok Ghetto

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    Testimony of Ida Lewitanska, born in Bialystok, Poland, 1916, regarding her experiences in the Bialystok Ghetto Occupation of Bialystok by the German Army, 27 June 1941; life under the German occupation including shooting in the streets and murder of Jews; concentration of Jews in the synagogue; burning of the synagogue including the Jews inside the building; opening of an escape window in the synagogue by a Pole; escape of Jews from the burning synagogue through the escape window; deportation of professionally skilled workers to forced labor; murder of Jews; levying of a forced contributio...

  6. Joint testimony of A. Rozenberg, born in Bialystok, Poland, and Abrasza Gerszuni, born in Bialystok, Poland, regarding Zelig Iglewicz, born in Szczuczyn, Poland, a member of the Revolt and Resistance movement in the Bialystok Ghetto

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground
    • IGLEWICZ ZELIG

    Joint testimony of A. Rozenberg, born in Bialystok, Poland, and Abrasza Gerszuni, born in Bialystok, Poland, regarding Zelig Iglewicz, born in Szczuczyn, Poland, a member of the Revolt and Resistance movement in the Bialystok Ghetto Assistance activities for Soviet POWs found in the area of the Polish Army 10th regiment near Bialystok; rescue activities and assistance to POWs carried out as part of the activities of an underground cell comprised of four underground members (Judyta, the Comsomol organization); arrest of Iglewicz by the Germans, torture; release; Iglewicz was wanted by the Ge...

  7. Testimony of Vorsh regarding the experiences of the Jews in Narwa, Bialowieze, the Bielsk Podlaski Ghetto and Bialystok

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    Testimony of Vorsh regarding the experiences of the Jews in Narwa, Bialowieze, the Bielsk Podlaski Ghetto and Bialystok Occupation of Narwa by the German Army, 1941; deportation of the Jews of Zabludow to Narwa; levying of a forced contribution in Bialowieze by the Gestapo; deportation of the [unemployed?] Jews to Pruzana; murder of Jews; deportation of the rest of the Jews to the Bielsk Podlaski Ghetto, 01 October 1942; transfer of the Jews to Bialystok; escape.

  8. Testimony of Jan Dolinski, the Pole, regarding the fate of the Jews of Goniadz

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    Testimony of Jan Dolinski, the Pole, regarding the fate of the Jews of Goniadz "Aktion" in Goniadz, June 1941; murder of 116 Jews by Gestapo men and members of the gendarmerie; pointing out the site of the mass graves; deportation of the Jews of Goniadz to Grajewo, 01 November 1942; protocol of a deliberation in a Bialystok court including an admission by Dolinski, the mayor of Goniadz, regarding the fact that there were no camps in Goniadz, 29 September 1945.

  9. "16 Days in Hiding": Report by an unknown author regarding his experiences in hiding in Grodno

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    "16 Days in Hiding": Report by an unknown author regarding his experiences in hiding in Grodno Liquidation of the Grodno Ghetto under the command of Kurt Wiese and Erich Schott, the Gestapo men, February-12 March 1943; life in hiding including a detailed description of the hiding place; collaboration of the Polish and Belorussian police with the Germans in discovering hiding places of Jews; capture of the Jews in hiding; escape of the author; the author's transfer to Bialystok.

  10. Reports written about the Vilna Ghetto and the Bialystok Ghetto, 1943

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    Reports written about the Vilna Ghetto and the Bialystok Ghetto, 1943 1. Excerpt from a report written by the Bialystok Judenrat for the Gestapo regarding the employment of Jews in the ghetto, 02 April 1943, and evacuation, February 1943; Note: One page; the excerpt is a copy of the original material dug up from deep in the ground and taken out of the ghetto. 2. Report written, apparently by Hermann Adler in Budapest, Hungary (after he escaped from Warsaw, Poland), regarding Mordechaj Tenenbaum, the Hechalutz movement, and activities of Anton Schmidt in the Vilna Ghetto, November 1943. Note...

  11. Testimony of Meir Markewitz, born in Lomza, Poland, 1934, regarding his experiences in Trzcianne, Bogusze and in hiding

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    Testimony of Meir Markewitz, born in Lomza, Poland, 1934, regarding his experiences in Trzcianne, Bogusze and in hiding Occupation of Trzcianne by the German Army, 26 June 1941; "Aktion"; murder of Jews by the Gestapo; burial of those murdered in a mass grave; forced labor; deportation of the Jews to the Bogusze camp; life in Bogusze for three months; transfer to Treblinka; murder of Jews in gas chambers in Treblinka; escape with his family; life being hidden by a farmer, including morbidity; liberation by the Red Army, 12 August 1944.

  12. Testimony of Feigel (Rosenstein) Golombek, born in Stawiski, Poland, 1915, regarding her experiences in Kolno

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    Testimony of Feigel (Rosenstein) Golombek, born in Stawiski, Poland, 1915, regarding her experiences in Kolno Abuse and murder of approximately 30 Jews in Kolno by Polish farmers; names of those murdered; rape of young Jewish women; destruction of Lenin's statue in the Kolno square, 05 July 1941; burial of the statue in the Jewish cemetery; beating of Jews by Poles during the burial of the statue; deportation of Jewish youth to labor [camps], 15 July 1941; the fate of the youth is unknown; deportation of the parents of the youth to Bogusze by Gestapo men; murder of the parents by shooting; ...

  13. Report by Szymon Datner from Wizna, Poland, regarding the fate of the Jews of Wizna

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    Report by Szymon Datner from Wizna, Poland, regarding the fate of the Jews of Wizna Air-raids on houses in Wizna by German aircraft, 22 June 1941; burning of houses including Jewish houses; occupation of Wizna by the German Army, 22 June 1941; chasing after the Jews hiding in the fields and swamps by Polish fascists; abuse of Jews by Poles; murder of Jews by Poles; names of the Polish murderers; names of those murdered; arrival of Gestapo men in Wizna, 26 June 1941; murder of Jewish men outside the city; names of the murderers; names of those murdered; escape of Jews to Bialystok, Lomza and...

  14. Testimony of Kuczykiewicz regarding the fate of Jews from Bialystok in the Bialystok Ghetto and Majdanek

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground
    • ZYDZI BIALOSTOCCY KTORZY ZGINELI NA MAJDANKU

    Testimony of Kuczykiewicz regarding the fate of Jews from Bialystok in the Bialystok Ghetto and Majdanek Deportation of 300 Jews from Bialystok to Majdanek, 17 August 1943; placement of the Jews in Block 17 and Block 11 in Majdanek; murder of the Jews in Majdanek, 03 November 1943; names of those murdered; murder of Jews in Bialystok including those murdered by Richard Dibus, the Gestapo man, 16 August 1943; rescue of archival material by Jeruchem Bachrach, director of the Bialystok Ghetto Archive, by entrusting the material to Kuczykiewicz.

  15. Testimony of Alter Trus, Chairman of the Organization of Former Residents of the Briansk Community in Bialystok regarding collaborators with the Germans in Briansk

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    Testimony of Alter Trus, Chairman of the Organization of Former Residents of the Briansk Community in Bialystok regarding collaborators with the Germans in Briansk Names of Polish residents of Briansk who collaborated with the Germans, including Maniek Zawadzki; capture of nine Jews in hiding by Zawadzki; handing over of the Jews in hiding to the gendarmerie; murder of those who had been in hiding by the gendarmerie; murder of Jews by the Gestapo man, Michal Panaszuk from Briansk; handing over of Jews to the gendarmerie by Kotlinski and Poplawski, Polish residents of Briansk; murder of Jews...

  16. Dr. Abraham Silberschein Archive: Correspondence with representatives of the Poalei Zion party in Slovakia and Switzerland regarding aliya to Eretz Israel, disagreements with the Eretz Israel Office, relief for members and party methodology

    1. Archives of A. Silberschein, Geneva (Relico).

    Dr. Abraham Silberschein Archive: Correspondence with representatives of the Poalei Zion party in Slovakia and Switzerland regarding aliya to Eretz Israel, disagreements with the Eretz Israel Office, relief for members and party methodology Also in the file: - Copy of a letter to the Gestapo in Tesin (?) regarding deportation of the Jews, 28 November 1939; - Speeches and statements made by the members of the Poalei Zion party at the Zionist Conference in London, September 1945; - Correspondence with party members in Poland, France, Germany and Austria, 1948-1949; - Correspondence with the Z...

  17. Dr. Abraham Silberschein Archive: Correspondence with A. Herman, Organization Rehabilitation Trade (ORT) representative in Warsaw, and Dr. Abraham Silberschein's former secretary, regarding sending relief to various Jews in Poland

    1. Archives of A. Silberschein, Geneva (Relico).

    Dr. Abraham Silberschein Archive: Correspondence with A. Herman, Organization Rehabilitation Trade (ORT) representative in Warsaw, and Dr. Abraham Silberschein's former secretary, regarding sending relief to various Jews in Poland Also in the file: - Letter from Harman in Geneva regarding preparations for publication of testimonies regarding the atrocities carried out by the Germans in Poland, 19 June 1944; - Letter from Entraide Universitaire Internationale regarding the rehabilitation of the universities and help to students; three pamphlets are attached, October 1944; - Letter from Stach...

  18. Testimony of Binyamin Ratzlow regarding the fate of the Jews of Suprasl

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    Testimony of Binyamin Ratzlow regarding the fate of the Jews of Suprasl Life in Suprasl before the outbreak of the war. Occupation of Suprasl by the German Army, 27 June 1941; deportation of 90 men to Bialystok; murder of Jews during the deportation; life in Suprasl including anti-Jewish legislation, yellow badge, robbery of Jewish property, forced labor and abuse; murder of Jews by Gestapo and Schupo men, May 1942; deportation of the Jews of Suprasl to the Bialystok Ghetto, 02 November 1942; deportation of the Jews from the Bialystok Ghetto to Treblinka, 19 November 1942.

  19. Testimony of Miriam Robinson, born in Vilna, Lithuania, 1928, regarding her experiences in the Vilna Ghetto, Stutthof and other places

    1. M.11 - The Tenenbaum-Mersik Archive: Documentation regarding the Bialystok Ghetto underground

    Testimony of Miriam Robinson, born in Vilna, Lithuania, 1928, regarding her experiences in the Vilna Ghetto, Stutthof and other places Concentration of the Jews of the Vilna Ghetto on Rasa [?] Street in anticipation of the liquidation of the ghetto; liquidation of the Vilna Ghetto, 29 March 1943; selection by Gestapo men; execution of three members of the Bund: Abrasha Chwojnik, Asia Bik and Yankiel Kaplan; deportation to Stutthof; transfer to other camps; call for revenge upon the Germans.

  20. Benjamin Sagalowitz Archive: Documentation from Nuremberg Trials regarding the deportation of the Jews of Germany to eastern Europe

    1. The Benjamin Sagalowitz Archive, head of the press agency of the Union of Jewish Communities in Switzerland, 1929-1969

    Benjamin Sagalowitz Archive: Documentation from Nuremberg Trials regarding the deportation of the Jews of Germany to Eastern Europe In the file: - Documentation taken from evidence gathered for the Nuremberg Trials regarding deportation of the Jews, mainly from Bavaria (southern Germany), to Eastern Europe, 1941-1943; - Among other things, a letter from Alfred Rosenberg, the Minister for the Occupied Areas in the East, regarding the deportation of the Jews of Germany to Minsk, 16 January 1942; - Orders from the Wuerzburg Gestapo office, 1942.