Archival Descriptions

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Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina
  1. Narodnooslobodilački odbor za Hercegovinu

    • People's Liberation Commitee for Herzegovina

    Contains records of reorganisation of Regional committee, invites for members to Third ZAVNOBiH conference, monetary changes, population supply issues, personnel files, etc. Part of the fond is the material of "Okružna uprava narodnih dobara" (The Office for Regional Management of public property), which contains information about confiscated property.

  2. Velika župa Vrhbosna

    Records of Velika župa Vrhbosna (Independent State of Croatia's region governed from Sarajevo), 1941 - 1945.

  3. Zemaljska komisija za Bosnu i Hercegovinu za utvrđivanje zločina okupatora i njihovih pomagača

    • State Commission for Bosnia and Herzegovina for the Investigation of the Crimes of the Occupiers and their supporters

    Contains information about questioning and deportations of Jews in Banjaluka and confiscation of Jewish property, details of terror against Jews in Bihać during 1941, details about seized buildings by Ustasha government, extortion of gold and silver, theft of synagogue's inventory, etc. Also contains records regarding torture of Jews in town of bijeljina, conducted by local Culturbund (local Germans). Similar details can be found regarding town of Mostar, in 1942. Jews in Mostar were imprisoned by Italian government and transferred to camps located on island in Adriatic sea, where they were...

  4. Gradsko poglavarstvo Tuzla

    • City municipality Tuzla

    The collection includes documents relating to the work of the Office for "renewal", which dealt with the confiscated Jewish and Serbian property within the Independent State of Croatia. Property of Jewish families that were sent to concentration camps was seized by the authorities. Documents of the collection can serve as a valuable source for studying of the activities and work of the Government of the city of Tuzla in the stated period, but also the history of this region, because the documents can follow the work and procedures related to the property of Jewish families from Tuzla during...

  5. Dječačka narodna osnovna škola Travnik

    • Primary school for boys Travnik

    Contains class books/registers from 1921 to 1945. Registers contain information about students: names, family names, parent's names, adresses, DOB, etc.

  6. Djevojačka narodna osnovna škola Travnik

    • Primary public school for girls

    Contains class books/registers from 1917 to 1922. Registers contain information about students: names, family names, parent's names, adresses, DOB, etc.

  7. Zbirka Antona Pelića

    • Private collection of Anton Pelić
    • Kantonalni arhiv Travnik
    • BiH‐KAT/FZAP
    • English
    • 1884-1975
    • 385 postcards, photographs, 60 varied related documents

    The collection contains postcards of Travnik, Jajce and other towns, as well as photographs presenting either Jews or Jewish-owned houses or businesses. It also includes various documents collected by the creator, listed as "Varia".

  8. Rimokatolička škola Gornji Dolac

    • Catholic School Gornji Dolac
  9. Rimokatolička škola Travnik

    • Catholic school Travnik

    Contains records (mainly class books and registars) of Elementary Catholic school in Travnik, from 1881 to 1945. Significant part of student body were Jews from Travnik and the region.

  10. Zbirka projekata, skica i karata

    • Collection of designs, sketches and maps

    The collection was formed in the Archive by combining posters, designs, sketches and maps (including those of Jewish properties) from the period 1884‐1952.

  11. Državno ravnateljstvo za gospodarsku ponovu

    • DGRP
    • State Agency for Economical Renewal, branch office Sarajevo

    Contains decrees issued by the State Treasury of the Independent State of Croatia regarding the confiscation of Jewish property in Sarajevo. Also included are correspondence regarding the confiscation of Jewish property, appeals by local Jews, and inspection of confiscated shops, stores and other property.

  12. Državno ravnateljstvo za gospodarstvenu ponovu - podružnica Sarajevo

    • State Directorate for Economic Renewal - Sarajevo's branch

    Contains decrees issued by the State Treasury of the Independent State of Croatia regarding the confiscation of Jewish property in Sarajevo. Also included are correspondence regarding the confiscation of Jewish property, appeals by local Jews, and inspection of confiscated shops, stores and other property. Related to to the city of Sarajevo.

  13. Državna realna gimnazija Tuzla

    • The State Gymnasium Tuzla

    The Gymnasium in Tuzla was formed in 1899 and always had significant number of Jewish students as well as Jewish teachers. It was one of the oldest and prestigious high schools in the country. The fond contains general documentation, personnel dossiers, yearly reports, minutes from exams, grades and class presence of students, dates and places of birth, names of student's parents, profession/job of parents, home addresses, religion and nationality of students, notes on transfers to another school or town, diseases, etc. While it gives details about operation of the school during World War 2...

  14. Državno ravnateljstvo za gospodarsku ponovu-podružnica Osijek (Fond DRGP)

    • State Agency for Economical Renewal, branch office in Osijek
    • Arhiv Bosne i Hercegovine
    • Državno ravnateljstvo za gospodarsku ponovu-podružnica Osijek (Fond DRGP)
    • English
    • 1941-1942

    Contains primarily of records of the Office for Nationalization. It includes lists of Jewish property, correspondence and decrees issued by the State Treasury regarding the confiscation of Jewish property in Osijek and other localities, appeals by local Jews, and inspections of confiscated property and businesses.

  15. Državno zastupništvo Sarajevo

    • State Legal Representation Office of Sarajevo
    • Arhiv Bosne i Hercegovine
    • DZS
    • English
    • 1941-1945
    • 20 books, plus about 12 meters of additional, unsorted documentation (in folders)

    Formed on 2nd of July 1941. state representative's Office gave legal advice and opinions regarding property law of legal entities under management of the state and its different branches. It's operation ended on 23rd of April 1945.

  16. Fototeka

    • Zbirka fotografija Arhiva TK
    • Photography collection

    Photo collection contains 3557 photographs in total, thematically related to Tuzla and surrounding area (northeastern Bosnia). Relevant photos include those of the synagogue in Tuzla (demolished in 1941, never renewed), Jewish shops in town, etc.

  17. Objedinjeni fond Komisija za utvrđivanje zločina okupatora i njihovih pomagača u Banja Luci

    • Combined fond of the Committee for crimes of occupation forces and collaborators in Banja Luka

    Just after the war Committee's were organized with the goal to research and document all war crimes committed by the Axis powers and their local collaborators. The documentation contains information about victims, war damages, etc.

  18. Narodni odbor Grada Sarajeva

    • City Committee of Sarajevo

    Sarajevo, as a city and separate political and territorial unit became a separate government unit in 1945. City's People Liberation Committee was formed on 19th of April 1945 and operated until 21st of July 1945, shortly after the end of World War II in Europe (May 1945), when it was reformed and renamed to City's People Committee. The documentation deals with Sarajevo's five districts and has information about last stages of World War II and its aftermath and consequences.

  19. Gradsko poglavarstvo Banjaluka

    • Municipality of Banjaluka 1941-1945

    Contains records of local, municipal government of Banjaluka for 1941-1954, during the Independent State of Croatia's rule.

  20. Gradsko poglavarstvo Brčko

    • City municipality of Brčko

    Contains projects for different communal buildings (schools, power plant, etc), minutes from meetings of municipal administration, property lists, permits to open shops and taverns, bills, dossiers of employees in the municipality, list of debtors of the town power plant (among them members of Jewish community), service records of employees and forced retirement of Jewish ones (1941), etc.