Archival Descriptions

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  1. Riječka prefektura

    • Prefettura di Fiume
    • The prefecture of Rijeka

    The collection is important for the study of the state policy/politics of the Kingdom of Italy in the area of ​​Rijeka (Kvarner province) from 1941 to 1945 and the neighboring areas annexed beginning of World War II . Most of it consists of cabinet and general files whose content is similar , with the cabinet records documenting more political , administrative and general and administrative jurisdiction of the creator. Cabinet and general files are archived from 1924 to 1945 according to three classification systems , and the names of their individual components best reflect the content of ...

  2. Budisavljević Diana

    The collection contains copies of various documents (mainly the list of dead and missing children and women during World War II); copies of documents on "The Action" conducted by Mrs. D. Budisavljević; parts of the translation of her diary relating to the Action; Card index for persons and institutions mentioned in the diary, and materials related to the publication of her Diary.

  3. Odvjetnička pisarnica Licht Aleksander

    • Law Office of Aleksander Licht
    • Državni arhiv u Zagrebu
    • HR-DAZG-96 Odvjetnička pisarnica Licht Aleksander
    • English
    • 1913-1941
    • 65 boxes, 1 book

    The collection contains documentation concerning legal representation in property disputes and disputes of journalists in the publishing and film industries, as well as documentation about the Zionist movement in Croatia and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia. Dr. Aleksandar Licht (1884−1948) was a Croatian Zionist leader and founder of the Zionist movement in Croatia. Licht was born in the village of Sokolovac, near Koprivnica, to a Croatian Jewish family. As a child he moved with his family to Zagreb. Licht was educated in Zagreb, where he finished elementary and high school. He earned a law degre...

  4. Gradska komisija za ispitivanje zločina okupatora i njihovih pomagača

    • City Committee for the Investigation of Crimes Committed by the Occupiers and Their Helpers
  5. Vlada za Dalmaciju/ Talijanska okupaciona uprava

    • R. Governo della Dalmatia
    • Italian Administration - Dalmatian Government

    In April 1941, during World War II, the Independent State of Croatia came into being, backed by Fascist Italy (where most Ustasha lived during the 1930s, as they were anti-royalist Yugoslavia in the inter-war period) and Nazi Germany. A month later, large sections of Dalmatia were annexed by the Kingdom of Italy (in the Governatorato di Dalmazia), with the rest being formally left to the Independent State of Croatia, though it was in fact occupied by Italian forces which later supported Chetniks in Serb-populated areas. Many Croats from Dalmatia joined the resistance movement led by Tito's ...

  6. Zbirka dokumenata Službe državne sigurnosti Republičkoga sekretarijata za unutarnje poslove Socijalističke Republike Hrvatske

    • Collection of documents of the State security agency of the Federal unit for the interior affairs of the Socialist Republic of Croatia

    This collection of materials of different origin is created by the State Security Service, or earlier OZNA (Department for the protection of the people) and UDBA Administration (State Security). Part of the material relates to the original material of the Ustasha police, military and other government and institutions of the ISC, and part is the result of the original documentation. The material is grouped into thematic sections (political parties to II. World War II Ustasha movement between the two world wars, and the NDH Ustasha movement, organization of the NDH government, the judiciary, ...

  7. Ministarstvo pravosuđa i bogoštovlja Nezavisne Države Hrvatske

    • The Ministry of Justice and Religious Affairs of the Independent State of Croatia

    Sub-collection, referring to the work of the Department of Justice holds both the secret and general records of the General Judicial Department, drafts and bills, laws and orders, rules and circulars and interpretations, personal correspondence of clerks, judges, clerks and general legal staff, financial records of the Judicial Foundation, with individual and group payments to the Judicial Foundation; calculations, and accounts of the Foundation, reports from the penitentiaries, judicial and other prisons, lists of convicts, pardon applications, files of bar associations, of lawyers and not...

  8. Zbirka gradiva za povijest Židova

    • Collection of material related to the history of Jews

    The (somewhat modest in size) collection includes (random) documents about few Jewish individuals from Croatia. Part of the material consists of documents related to the work of Jewish societies and unions in Varazdin and Zagreb, and their correspondence with the Union of Jewish Communities in Belgrade, as well as the minutes from meetings of the Alliance of Belgrade. Also, the collecton includes a book'Israelite charity in Varazdin, 1926-1941'with information about donating and donors for engagements, weddings, wedding anniversaries, promotions, etc. A list of books has been preserved - ti...

  9. Savska banovina, odjeljak upravnog odjeljenja za državnu zaštitu

    • The Sava County, state security administration unit

    The collection contains reports on the monitoring of prominent political figures (V. Maček, I. Pernar, M. Radic, M. Šuflaj, A. Trumbić); reports of district city police; information on the political situation and events listings of separatist-oriented state and self-government officials, information on the assassination of King Alexander I, the writings about the founding and the combat of illicit organizations of former Croatian Farmers Party members, writings on liquidation of estates and districts bordering with Hungary, inspection of arms and ammunition, the data on foreign citizens, em...

  10. Ministarstvo vanjskih poslova Nezavisne Države Hrvatske

    • The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Independent State of Croatia

    Some files from the Minister's cabinet have been saved, on the most important issues of foreign policy, as well as his correspondence and reports admitted from the Croatian embassies in other countries. A significant portion of the collection consists of the writings of the Political Department, relations with the Croatia's allied countries: Italy and Germany, as well as countries in the neighborhood. Usually the Ministry followed the Italians relationship with Serbian Chetniks and the Serbian population and exceeding of the Italian authorities on the ground of ISC; follow the realization o...

  11. Ministarstvo unutarnjih poslova Nezavisne Državne Hrvatske

    • The Ministry of the Interior of the Independent State of Croatia

    The collection comprises papers from the Cabinet Office and Minister's office: categorized as very secret, secret, general files and documents, subsection of personal and computationally-economic affairs, records of the office assistant minister and the president's office, the files of the general section (IA to ID), the Administrative Department (II-A to II-C) and supervisory departments (NO to NO-III-IV), the administrative department of the General Directorate for Internal Administration (RU, RU BI to B-III), a very secret and secret papers of the Secretariat, Director General of the Gen...

  12. Ustaško povjereništvo za grad i kotar Koprivnicu

    • The Ustasha administration for the town and the county of Koprivnica

    The collection holds partially saved lists of prisoners, mostly Jews, such as prisoners in Jasenovac (vj. 1941), women and children in Ðakovo camp (SD, 26.2. And 06.03.1942.), and Loborgrad (sd), deaths in Ðakovo (09.12.1941.) and Loborgrad (1942), list of young people who had been taken to camp Danica (1941), a list of 507 deaths from the camp Ðakovo buried at the Jewish cemetery (kr.1941-1942), and in particular 49 children in Ðakovo, with the same cemetery (SD). Preserved are shorter lists of prisoners of Serbs from Danica (sd and 06.07.1941.) and Loborgrad (sd), as well as requests to c...

  13. Projekt Dotrščina: Zagrepčani - revolucionari, antifašisti i žrtve fašističkog terora 1941. - 1945. (podserija)

    • The Dotrščina Park Project: citizens of Zagreb, revolutionaries, anti-Fascist fighters and victims of fascist terror 1941-1945

    The Dotrsicna park in Zagreb is the site of the mass murder where around 18 000 citizens of Zagreb and its surroundings were shot during the Fascist regime due to their ethnic background, or the fact they were anti-regime. Thanks to archivists Josipa Paver and Igor Graovac, there was systematic work on the names of the victims from 1967 until the late 1990s. The project started in the State Archive back in 1967, and lasted, with interruptions, until April 1985. The project examined the records of the Croatian State Archives, the former archives of the Institute of History of the labor movem...

  14. Riječka kvestura

    • Questura di Fiume
    • The Rijeka city treasury

    Contains files from the Main Cabinet; Foreigners' office; and the Public safety agents headquarters files. The Cabinet files consist of files for both private persons and public institutions; and files ranged from A1 (general information); A2 (warnings of assassinations); A3 (information on associations); A4 (surveillance of people 1924-1929, reports and information on partizan actions and legal proceedings against them; their families and accomplices; A6 (information on periodicals); A7 (information on politically subversive people from the Kvarner region); A8 and A9 (politically subversiv...

  15. Zemaljska komisija za utvrđivanje zločina okupatora i njihovih pomagača Hrvatske

    • The state commission for the establishing of the crimes of the occupying forces and their helpers

    Established in 1944, the institution collected data on crimes, perpetutors and their accomplices, the type of crime, place and manner the crime was conducted. Results of its work the Commission forwarded onto the public prosecutor's office. The punishment was determined by the courts at the end of the judicial process, or after the final judgment. On the lower levels there were county, municipal and city commission. In 1947 its work was replaced by the Investigation Department of the Public Prosecutor's Office of People's Republic of Croatia. The material on Jews (9 boxes) contains details ...

  16. Hans Helm - policijski izaslanik pri Poslanstvu Trećeg Reicha u Zagrebu

    • Hans Helm - the representative of the Third Reich police administration in Zagreb
    • Hrvatski državni arhiv
    • HR-HDA-1521
    • English
    • 1942-1945
    • 39 boxes (material relating to Jews: two binded books)

    Collection contains records on members of the German intelligence service, the members of the intelligence and police authorities of the ISC and the British intelligence services; a list of members of the various intelligence agencies, and information about them, information about members of the state apparatus of the NDH/ISC/ Ustasha officials, on various nationalist organizations, participants of the'People's Liberation Movement'(anti-fascist fighters); communists and the partisan leaders, Home Guard officers (NDH/ISC) gone into the partisans,"white Guards"in Sušak and Rijeka, Masons, Che...

  17. Jugoslavenski zbjeg u Egiptu

    • Yugoslav Refugees to Egypt

    Fleeing the German offensive in late 1943 and early 1944, when Germany occupied Dalmatia, a large number of civilians (over 30,000), fearing reprisals, took refuge on the island of Vis. As Vis already housed the General Staff of the Partisan army and the allied British army, it was not able to accept and feed so many people. Therefore it was decided that the non-combatant population of the island be evacuated as refugees to South Italy, first to Bari and then to Taranto. Refugees mostly consisted of people from the Makarska area (around 6000), as well as from Vodice, the islands of Hvar, Vi...

  18. Odbor u stvari podavanja Židova za potrebe države

    • Committee regarding the contribution of Jews towards the needs of the state
  19. Ministarstvo državne riznice

    • The Ministry of State Treasury

    The task of this office was to monitor and manage economic enterprises or assets of persons who left the ISC, Jews especially. The office had a branch in Osijek, Sarajevo and Banja Luka. From the original current records were selected following collections: Ponova (=nationalized property office) - Regional Office Osijek; Ponova - Regional Office Sarajevo; Ponova - Regional Office Banja Luka, immigrant and immigrant camp Caprag-Sisak; immigrant camp Požega; immigrant camp Bjelovar; Ponova office in Brodski Šamac; Ponova office in Koprivnica; Tax Office Srem Karlovci; Tax Office Slavonski Bro...

  20. Jugoslavenski zbjeg u Italiji

    • Yugoslav Refugees to Italy