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Language of Description: German
Language of Description: English
Country: Israel
  1. Researched documentation of Anna Kupreyeva regarding the Minsk Ghetto and Michail Gebelev, one of the underground leaders in the Minsk Ghetto

    1. Documentation regarding the Jews of the Soviet Union from the Holocaust period

    Researched documentation of Anna Kupreyeva regarding the Minsk Ghetto and Michail Gebelev, one of the underground leaders in the Minsk Ghetto Research study written by Anna Kupreyeva regarding Michail Gebelev, one of the leaders of the underground in the Minsk Ghetto, who began his underground activity, September 1941, was detained by the Gestapo, July 1942, and executed, 15 August [1942]; Included in the file: Article written by Anna Kupreyeva regarding the underground group active in the Minsk Ghetto, September 1941-early May 1942, including a list of the group members and their biographi...

  2. O.30 - Documentation regarding the Jews of Austria, mainly during the Holocaust period

    O.30 - Documentation regarding the Jews of Austria, mainly during the Holocaust period The collection is primarily comprised of original documents: typewritten documents, manuscripts, surveys and duplicated reports entrusted to the Yad Vashem Archives over the years, mostly by private bodies. The internal division of the Record group was changed a few years ago, and the original division has been entered in the "Previous File" field. The diverse material contains official documents, personal documentation, statistical material, reports and surveys, articles and journalistic pieces from Jewi...

  3. Documentation from the Auschwitz Trials in Frankfurt, 1965-1968

    The Record Group includes documents gathered within the framework of the prosecution as preparation for the trials, the testimonies taken and the protocols of the trials themselves.

  4. Plans, essays and chapter headings, regarding research of the Holocaust

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

    Plans, essays and chapter headings, regarding research of the Holocaust - Manner of writing the history of the Holocaust (Yiddish); - Article titled, "Hitler and the Gypsies. The Fate of Europe's Oldest Aryans", written by Dora E. Yates and published in "Commentary" Magazine, 11/1949; - Essay titled, "Jews of the Soviet Union against Nazi Germany", written by Y. Guri (Pudriatzchik), regarding Jewish soldiers, fighters and generals who fought the Germans, including an Appendix with a list of Jewish Red Army Generals; - Chapter headings written by Jacob Leschinsky, regarding the "Chorbun" (di...

  5. Testimony of Yitzchak Wernik regarding his experiences in Lomza, Zambrow and Auschwitz

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

    Testimony of Yitzchak Wernik regarding his experiences in Lomza, Zambrow and Auschwitz Shelling of Lomza by the Germans, 01 September 1939; deaths of Jews and Poles as a result of the shelling; occupation of Lomza by the German Army, 25 June 1941; attitude of the local population towards the Jews; life in Lomza including abusive acts and murder of the Jews; yellow badge, 04 July 1941; deportation of Jews to Zambrow by the Gestapo; murder of the Jews in Zambrow; establishment of the ghetto, July 1941; appointment of a Judenrat; establishment of a Jewish police; forced labor; deportation of t...

  6. Testimony of Eliezer regarding his experiences in the Grodno Ghetto

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

    Testimony of Eliezer regarding his experiences in the Grodno Ghetto "Action" in the Grodno Ghetto, 13-16 February 1943; arrangement of hiding places in the ghetto; description of the hiding place; concentration of approximately 400 women in the Great Synagogue, 12 December 1943; participation of the Jewish police in the "Action" under the command of Kurt Wiese and Otto Streblow, the Gestapo men; attempt of the women to escape en route to the synagogue; murder of the women by shooting; surrounding of the Judenrat courtyard by the Schupo (German police); transfer of the Judenrat members to th...

  7. Testimony of Fania Lipinska, born in Bialystok, Poland, 1921, regarding her experiences in Bialystok and in camps

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

    Testimony of Fania Lipinska, born in Bialystok, Poland, 1921, regarding her experiences in Bialystok and in camps Occupation of Bialystok by the German Army, 27 June 1941; life under the German occupation including anti-Jewish legislation, riots against the Jews, levying of a forced contribution, forced labor; yellow badge and abuse of Jews; arrest of members of the intelligentsia, 02 July, 1941; the fate of the people who were arrested is unknown; arrest of 4,000 men (Subbotniks?); appointment of a Judenrat; appointment of Barash as Judenrat chairman; establishment of the Jewish police und...

  8. Testimony of Elke Fomin, born in Grodno, Poland, 1926, regarding her experiences in the Grodno Ghetto, Kielbasin, the Bialystok Ghetto, Stutthof, Auschwitz and other places

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

    Testimony of Elke Fomin, born in Grodno, Poland, 1926, regarding her experiences in the Grodno Ghetto, Kielbasin, the Bialystok Ghetto, Stutthof, Auschwitz and other places Deportation to the Grodno Ghetto; ghetto life including anti-Jewish legislation, yellow badge, forced labor, abuse and murder of Jews; deportation to the Kielbasin camp, October 1942; camp life including hunger and murder of Jews; "Aktion" under the command of Fritz Friedel; deportation with the family [no destination given], 20 January 1943; escape from the train; transfer to the Bialystok Ghetto, 21 January 1943; "Akti...

  9. Testimony of Simcha Bursztejn, born in Kleszczele, Poland, 1914, regarding his experiences in Bryansk and in forests

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

    Testimony of Simcha Bursztejn, born in Kleszczele, Poland, 1914, regarding his experiences in Bryansk and in forests Occupation of Bryansk by the German Army, 24 June 1941; life in Bryansk including decrees, abusive acts and murder of Jews; desecration of the memorial for Lenin put up in Bryansk, 1940; anti-Jewish decrees imposed on the Jews by the Polish mayor, Dr. Danbrausky and the police chief, Pietshak; displays of antisemitism against the Jews; forced labor paving roads and digging trenches; murder of Moshe Klimentausky, the Jew, for possessing a radio; establishment of the Bryansk Gh...

  10. Testimony of Simcha Bursztejn, born in Kleszczele, Poland, 1914, regarding his experiences in Drohiczyn

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

    Testimony of Simcha Bursztejn, born in Kleszczele, Poland, 1914, regarding his experiences in Drohiczyn Occupation of Drohiczyn by the German Army, 22 June 1942; murder of 31 Jewish men; life under the German occupation including anti-Jewish legislation, forced labor and yellow badge; appointment of Szwab, the teacher, as mayor; establishment of the Drohiczyn Ghetto, April 1942; smuggling of food items into the ghetto; "Aktion" conducted by the Gestapo, 02 November 1942; murder of Jews; escape of Jews from the ghetto; deportation of the Jews to the Semiatycze Ghetto; deportation of the Jews...

  11. Testimony of Mala Polonska, born in Bialystok, Poland, 1923, regarding her experiences in the Bialystok Ghetto, Wolkowysk, Warsaw, Germany and other places

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

    Testimony of Mala Polonska, born in Bialystok, Poland, 1923, regarding her experiences in the Bialystok Ghetto, Wolkowysk, Warsaw, Germany and other places Escape from the Bialystok Ghetto to Wolkowysk, 1943; arrest of members of the Wolkowysk community; murder of the members of the Wolkowysk community who were arrested; "Aktion" on Yom Kippur by the Gestapo in Wolkowysk, 09 October 1943; escape to Warsaw by using a Soviet identity card; arrest; transfer to prison; meeting with Jewish inmates in the prison; prison life including morbidity; murder of 182 Jews in Nowosiolek, 15 April 1942; de...

  12. "Destruction of Radzilow": Overview written by Szymon Datner regarding the fate of the Jews of Radzilow

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

    "Destruction of Radzilow": Overview written by Szymon Datner regarding the fate of the Jews of Radzilow Occupation of Radzilow by the German Army, 23 June 1941; attitude of the Poles towards the German Army; handing over of Soviet Army soldiers who did not have time to escape [by the Poles] to the Germans; names of Polish collaborators; abuse and murder of Jews by Poles; robbery of property; desecration of religious objects including the burning of Torah scrolls; attitude of the Poles towards the Jews; incitement of the Poles against the Jews; establishment of a local Polish authority in Ra...

  13. Testimony of Elke Fomin, born in Grodno, Poland, 1928, regarding her experiences in the Grodno Ghetto

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

    Testimony of Elke Fomin, born in Grodno, Poland, 1928, regarding her experiences in the Grodno Ghetto Establishment of Ghetto Number 1 in the Grodno fish market; establishment of Ghetto Number 2 in Slobodka; term of office of Dr. Brawer as Judenrat chairman in Ghetto Number 1; term of office of Rubintszik as chief of the Jewish police; Rubintszik's excellence at discovering hiding places of Jews; life in the Grodno Ghetto including yellow badge and forced labor in the ghetto and outside the ghetto; liquidation of Ghetto Number 2, November 1942; deportation of most of the Jews to the Kielbas...

  14. Dr. Abraham Silberschein Archive: Correspondence with the Polish legation in Switzerland regarding the issuing of passports to Polish citizens, help to Polish refugees and POWs, sending parcels to Poland and transmitting information

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

    Dr. Abraham Silberschein Archive: Correspondence with the Polish legation in Switzerland regarding the issuing of passports to Polish citizens, help to Polish refugees and POWs, sending parcels to Poland and transmitting information Correspondence with the Polish legation in Switzerland, with Ambassador A. Lados and their Excellencies Dr. Jurkiewicz, Bronarski, Dobrzelewski, Ryniewicz, Nahlik, Rokicki and Dr. Kuehl from the Consular Department regarding the issuing of passports to Polish citizens, help to Polish refugees and POWs, sending parcels to Poland and transmitting information. Also...

  15. Survey of the condition of the Jews in Nazi-occupied countries, Eretz Israel and neighboring countries, as reported in the Nazi and local press, letters and by witnesses, December 1943-January 1944

    1. M.4 - Bulletins of the Vaad Hahatzalah (Rescue Council) of the Jewish Agency in Eretz Israel, 1937-1959
    • צרור רשימות 29/60

    Survey of the condition of the Jews in Nazi-occupied countries, Eretz Israel and neighboring countries, as reported in the Nazi and local press, letters and by witnesses, December 1943-January 1944 Poland and the eastern districts: Testimony regarding the "Warsaw Ghetto Uprising" as reported in the Polish underground press; murder of Jews with American citizenship in Krakow; murder of Jews in Vilna and confiscation of their property by the Gestapo; antisemitism in the underground newspapers; deterioration of living conditions in Majdanek; Slovakia: Anti-Jewish propaganda and a demand to rem...

  16. Testimony of Michl Orszanski, born in Bialystok, Poland, 1905, regarding his experiences in the Bialystok Ghetto, in prison in Grodno and in prison in Bialystok

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

    Testimony of Michl Orszanski, born in Bialystok, Poland, 1905, regarding his experiences in the Bialystok Ghetto, in prison in Grodno and in prison in Bialystok Occupation of Bialystok by the German Army, 26 June 1941; burning of the Great Synagogue; murder of Jews and burning of their bodies in the burning synagogue; riots against the Jews including burning their homes; deportation of Jews to forced labor; establishment of the Bialystok Ghetto, 01 August 1941; works as a painter in SS and Gestapo units outside the ghetto; attitude of the Polish foremen towards the workers; "Aktion" in the ...

  17. Testimony of Michl Orszanski, born in Bialystok, Poland, 1905, regarding his experiences in the Bialystok Ghetto, Lomza, Bialystok and other places

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

    Testimony of Michal Orszanski, born in Bialystok, Poland, 1905, regarding his experiences in the Bialystok Ghetto, Lomza, Bialystok and other places Liquidation of the Bialystok Ghetto, 16 August 1943; deportation of inmates from Markowszczyzna to the prison in Bialystok during the liquidation; inmates' work in SS workshops outside the prison; transfer with other inmates from the Lomza prison to the Bialystok prison, late September 1943; attempts to escape by the inmates; capture of the escapees; murder of some of the escapees; arrest of non-Jews by the Gestapo; transfer of the detainees to...

  18. Testimony of Zelig Tenenbaum regarding the fate of the Jews of Grajewo

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

    Testimony of Zelig Tenenbaum regarding the fate of the Jews of Grajewo Occupation of Grajewo by the German Army, summer 1941; life under the German occupation including rioting and forced labor; wounding and murder of Jews by Poles; concentration of approximately 500 men in the marketplace; abuse of Jews including Communists in the theater building; attitude of the Poles towards the Jews; appointment of a Judenrat; torture of Jews by the Gestapo; rape of women; murder of the elderly and Communists in the cemetery; establishment of the ghetto; deportation of the Jews from Botki and Grodno to...

  19. Memoirs of Sima regarding her experiences in Grodek

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

    Memoirs of Sima regarding her experiences in Grodek Occupation of Grodek by the German Army, 27 June 1941; life under the German occupation including robbery of Jewish property, anti-Jewish legislation, yellow badge; ban forbidding the local population to sell food products to the Jews; appointment of a Judenrat; abuse of Judenrat members by the Gestapo; murder of Jews; Polish and Belorussian collaborators; arrest of Communists and their murder; concentration of the Jews in the market square in Grodek, 01 November 1942; deportation of the witness' family to a[n unnamed] camp by wagon; popul...

  20. Testimony from an anonymous witness regarding the deportation of Jews from Grodno and its surrounding area

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

    Testimony from an anonymous witness regarding the deportation of Jews from Grodno and its surrounding area Deportation of the Jews of Sokolki, 24-25 April [?] 1943; forced labor in industry in the Bialystok Ghetto by order of the German Army; arrival of refugees from deportation trains to the Bialystok Ghetto; false promises made by members of the Grodno Judenrat regarding the deportation of the ghetto Jews to forced labor camps; execution of Jews during "Aktions"; fate of the Jews of Krinki after the "Aktion", November 1942; deportation of the Jews of Jasinowka; opposition of the Jews of M...