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Records relating to Jews and Roma in Berlin from the Brandenburgisches Landeshauptarchiv

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1991.A.0020 | RG Number: RG-07.008

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    Includes approximately 250 case file created by the Oberfinanzdirektion of Berlin concerning the evacuation of Roma in Berlin and the confiscation of their personal property. Also included are files concerning transports of Jews and Roma from Berlin to Auschwitz, specific cases of Roma receiving restitution after the Holocaust, and a list of German concentration camps and sub-camps. After comparing the individual case files to the name list, the accessioning archivist discovered that 20 files are missing from the collection. The missing files are: Buchler, Josef; Frolian, Peter; Haustein, Adolf; Haustein, Else; Haustein, Paul; Haustein, Rudolf; Keck, Max; Maatz, Oswald; Meinhardt, Adam; Petermann, Heini; Peterman, Hildegard; Peterman, Josef; Pohl, Hermann; Rebstock, Rosa; Rose, Karoline; Schmidt, Anna; Schmidt, Willy; Schopper, Emma; Schopper, Gertrud; Zenz, Barbara. In some cases there were case files that were not included with the inventory. They include: Pohle, Bruno Israel; Rebstock, Israel Hans; Rose, Anni Sara; Rose, Carla.
    inclusive:  1943-1978

    Physical Details

    53 microfiche.
    6 boxes
    System of Arrangement
    Arrangement is thematic and alphabetical.

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    Conditions on Access
    This material can only be accessed in a Museum reading room or other on-campus viewing stations. Researchers must complete and sign a User Declaration to gain access to this collection.
    Conditions on Use
    The User Declaration is required to read and sign. The Museum and third parties may not use information contained in archival material that identifies individual persons unless the persons to whom the information pertains have been deceased for more than 10 years or are historical figures or individuals carrying out their official government duties. (If the date of death is not possible to ascertain, the information will be protected for 90 years after the birth date of the person concerned.) Prior to the end of such protection period, if applicable, the information can be used if it is rendered anonymous. The Museum shall obtain in advance the written approval of the BLHA before making exceptions to this requirement. The Museum shall not transfer its own reproductions of BLHA archival material, in whole or in part, to third parties. The Museum shall not publish the reproduced material on the Internet or any other publicly accessible media without the written permission of the BLHA. The Museum shall provide the BLHA, upon request, a yearly report regarding third party use of reproductions of archival material subject to this Contract. The report shall include the user's name, the research subject, the purpose of the use, and the archival signatures of the reproductions provided.

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    Administrative Notes

    Source of acquisition is the Brandenburgisches Landeshauptarchiv, collection Rep. 36 A Oberfinanzpräsident Berlin-Brandenburg (II) (formerly known as collection A 092 Oberfinanzpräsident Berlin-Brandenburg at the Landesarchiv Berlin). The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives received the filmed collection in 1991.
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