Archival Descriptions

Displaying items 1 to 20 of 66
Holding Institution: Державний архів Вінницької області
  1. Вінницький міський касаційний суд при Вінницькому окружному комісарі

    • Vinnytsa city appeal court at Vinnytsa gebietskommissariat
    • Vinnytskyi miskyi kasatsiynyi sud pry Vinnytskomu okruzhnomy komisari

    Inventory 1, files 18, 24, 28, 43, 45, 90, 91, 102, 139, etc. - uniformed sets of documents, representing criminal and civil cases, produced by cassation courts at the district commissariat. These include, in particular, the complaints of Jews: the alienation of houses, robbery of property, etc. The cases cover the circumstances in which the damage was occurred. The group of civil cases testifies about fining of Jews who did not leave their homes in time and did not move to areas determined by the occupation authorities, or did not contribute their share into the indemnity imposed by the au...

  2. Фільтраційні, архівно-слідчі і спостережні справи, трофейні документи, передані з відомчого архіву обласного управління СБУ

    • Filtration files, archival-criminal files and trophy documents transferred from regional SBU archives

    Collection consists of several types of documents. 1. Filtering cases (51531 files). The filtration file is a set of documents about an individual deported from Germany: interrogation protocols, questionnaires, correspondence for obtaining information about the life and activities of the deportee. Among those deported to forced labor in Germany were Jews - teenagers, boys and girls, who with the help of counterfeit documents, under other names saved themselves from the actions of the destruction of the Jewish population and entered the territory of the Reich. 38 filtration cases of Jews wer...

  3. Архівна колекція документів з історії краю (Вінницька область)

    • Archival collection on the history of Vinnitsa region

    In some files, there are documents on the persecution and mass destruction of the Jewish population during the German-Romanian occupation, photocopies of documents on the preparations for resettlement of Jews into ghettos, announcements of the German and Romanian occupation authorities on taxes and indemnities imposed on the Jewish population of cities of Vinnytsia, Zhmerynka, Haysyn, Mogiliv-Podilsky, a photo of the exhumation of the killed Jewish population of Khmilnyk [inventory 1, file 141, pp. 1, 12, 19, 32]. Copies of chronological informations on the Nazi occupation of locations of V...

  4. Підпільні організації, партизанські загони періоду Великої Вітчизняної війни на Вінниччині (1941–1944 рр.)

    • Underground organizations, partisan units of the period of Great Patriotic War

    The participation of Jews in the anti-Nazi underground was reflected in various categories of documents, starting with the list of Communists left in the rear of the enemy by the party organs, the NKVD organs of the Ukrainian SSR, and the state security organs of the UkrSSR to establish underground activities. According to these documents, out of the 150 people left in the region, 12 were Jews [inventory 1, file 42, pp. 3-21]. The same can be seen also in the list of persons left by the local security authorities in Vinnytsia region in the enemy rear with the tasks of individual sabotage an...

  5. Чернівецька районна управа (періоду німецько-фашистської окупації), м. Чернівці

    • Chernivtsy district administration
    • Chernivetska raionna uprava

    Orders and correspondence regarding sending Jews to work on road repair and cleaning, to perform public works [inventory 3, file 6].

  6. Тростянецька районна управа (періоду німецько-фашистської окупації), с. Ладижин Тростянецького району

    • Trostianets district administration
    • Trostianetska raionna uprava

    Documents on the organizational and economic activities of Jewish communities in the ghetto: permission for shoemaking, tailoring and pottery workshops, opening of barbershops, sofas, bakeries, buffets and grocery stores, production of sausage wares, fur trade, small-scale trade [inventory 1, files 84, 88, 104, 110, 130-131; inventory 3, files 17, 20, 36]. An order for the isolation of those sick on typhus in the ghetto [inventory 3, file 1, p. 150; inventory 1, file 11, p. 17]. Orders for the establishment of a Jewish ghetto and a special regime for the detention of prisoners, prohibition ...

  7. Станіславчицька районна управа

    • Stanislavchyk district administration

    Order by pretura of Stanislavchyk district prohibiting to purchase goods from the Jews and to exchange things with them (inventory 1, file 1).

  8. Крижопільська районна управа

    • Kryzhopilska raionna uprava
    • Kryzhopil district administration

    The minutes of the meeting of the Kryzhopol district administration contains, in particular, the requirements to wear Jewish marking signs on clothes, to provide the Jews with bread made of flour of second quality [inventory 2, file 5, p. 9], prohibiting Jewish children from attending school [inventory 3, file 15, p. 34], and prohibition to all Jews to walk in the central streets of small towns, and so on. Documents on the organizational and economic activity of Jewish communities in the ghetto: permission for shoe, tailoring and pottery workshops, the opening of barbershops, sofas, bakerie...

  9. Бершадська районна управа, м. Бершадь

    • Bershad district administration
    • Bershadska raionna uprava

    Information on aid provided to the Jewish prisoners of the Transnistrian ghettos by the international organization "Joint" and the Romanian Jewish Center in Bucharest from May 1942 to December 1943 [inventory 1, file 1; inventory 2, files 3-10]: receipts for payments to the Jews resettled into Bershad, advance reports on expenditures from the governor's fund [inventory 2, file 2].

  10. Могилів-Подільська районна управа (періоду німецько-фашистської окупації), м. Могилів-Подільський

    • Mohyliv-Podilska raionna uprava
    • Mohyliv-Podilskyi district administration

    Statute of the Commission for survey of Jewish settlements and ghettos in May-June 1942, orders, instructions by Pretor [inventory 4, file 13]. Instructions for organization of Jewish labor, lists of Jews working in industrial enterprises [inventory 4, file 13]. Correspondence with the county administration on the employment of Jews and remuneration for them [inventory 4, file 22].

  11. Томашпільська районна управа

    • Tomashpil district administration
    • Tomashpilska raionna uprava

    Circulars prohibiting correspondence between the Jews of Transnistria and Romania, 1942 (inventory 7, file 38).

  12. Жмеринська районна управа

    • Zhmerynska raionna uprava
    • Zhmerynka district administration

    Documents of the medical department of the Zhmerinka ghetto on prevention the epidemic of typhoid fever [inventory 1, file 9, pp. 2-3]

  13. Могилів-Подільська повітова управа (періоду німецько-фашистської окупації), м. Могилів-Подільський

    • Mohyliv-Podilska povitova uprava
    • Mohyliv-Podilskyi county administration

    Some files contain registration materials in the form of lists of ghetto prisoners and labor camps, prisoners in the workers' columns, lists of people for food aid, etc. for 1942-1943. In particular, this is information about the place of residence and composition of Jewish families [inventory 2, files 302, 305-307]. There are documents on deportation of prisoners of the Mogilev ghetto to the labor camp at Skazynets village and to Pechora camp where they performed heavy works [inventory 2, file 24, p. 31]; the severe regime of detaining of prisoners, famine among local Jews and infectious d...

  14. Ямпільська повітова управа

    • Iampilska povitova uprava
    • Iampil county administration

    Some cases contain registration materials in the form of lists of ghetto prisoners and labor camps, prisoners in the workers' columns, lists of people for food aid, etc., 1942-1943. In particular, this is information about the place of residence and the composition of Jewish families, as well as information on the age of ghetto prisoners and the profession of adult family members [inventory 3, files 81, 82, 84, 86]. Available documents with statistical data on the Jewish population of the county. The statistical data for 1942-1943 on the quantitative composition of the population in the ghe...

  15. Балківська районна управа, с. Балки Барського району

    • Balkivska raionna uprava
    • District administration of Balky village, Bar district

    Statements from Jews asking permission to open buffets and stores [inventory 1, file 54]. Acts of sanitary inspection of the ghetto [inventory 1, file 225]. Lists of ghetto prisoners in the Balky district, with separate list of deported Jews with the indication of the locality from which they were deported [inventory 2, file 5, pp. 26-45, 46-52]. The order of the praetor about the prohibition for the Jews, under threat of execution, to leave territory of the ghetto without a permit [inventory 4, file 17, p. 14].

  16. Краснянська районна управа (періоду німецько-фашистської окупації), с. Красне Тиврівського району

    • Krasne district administration
    • Krasnianska raionna uprava

    Inventory 3, file 5, page 32 is an order to use Jews only as unskilled laborers. All those who work as skilled laborers are to be replaced with non-Jews.

  17. Балківський жандармський пост Могилівського жандармського легіону

    • Gendarmerie station of Mohyliv Gendarmerie Legion

    File 1 at Inventory 1 contains, among other statements of those who applied to get permission to enter Mohyliv-Podilskyi, also statements from the Jews who escaped from the German occupation area.

  18. Вінницька обласна комісія сприяння роботі Надзвичайної державній комісїї по встановленню і розслідуванню злочинів німецько-фашистських загарбників

    • Vinnytsa regional Commission for assisting to the work of the Extraordinary State Commission on Investigation of the German-Fascist Crimes

    Inventory 1 contains resolutions of the SNK of the USSR, of the Ukrainian SSR, and instructions on the activities of the Commission (hereafter ChGK). It also includes decisions and instructions from local authorities; instructional materials by ChGK USSR and that of the USSR; summaries of records, registers, acts, lists of crimes and damage caused by the German-Romanian occupants and their accomplices to citizens, organizations, enterprises, and collective farms; reports, notes on the work of regional, district, city committees of the ChGK sent to the republican ChGK and Moscow’s ChGK. Inve...

  19. Колекція спогадiв та свiдчень колишнiх в'язнiв гетто й концтаборiв, остарбайтерів

    • Collection of memoirs and testimonies of the prisoners of ghettos and camps, Ostarbeiters

    The collection began to be created in 1997 as a complex of documents of oral history. It exists in form of paper, photo, audio and video documents. Approximately 500 interviews were conducted with former prisoners of Jewish ghettos and concentration camps. A separate block of documents - lists of former ghetto prisoners and labor camps, lists of burial places of the destruction of the Jewish population verified by the local government, photographs of victims, descriptions of monuments. There is a complex of documents on issues of popular art in Jewish ghettos and concentration camps (poetry...

  20. Вінницька обласна управа

    • Vinnytsa regional administration
    • Vinnytska oblasna uprava

    Inv. 1, file 8. Order of occupation authority on supply of meat by population, including requirements for Jews and orders regarding animals belonging to Jews. Inv. 1, file 9, 17, 23, 270, 274, 278, 283, 286 - information on the socio-economic directions of the persecution of Jews. Inv. 1, file 9, 17, 23; file 236, p. 7; file 237, p. 21; file 238, p. 11; file 240, p. 4-5; file 246, p. 17; file 247, p. 74-76 - contain correspondence with subordinate district councils on "Jewish question". Inv. 1, file 1-4, 7, 8, 16 - correspondence from Sidor Bernard, head of the administration, with the Germ...