Teka Lwowska (Sygn. 229)
This collection contains reports, articles, clippings, and various other documents relating to the persecution and execution of Jews in Lwów, Poland (now Lviv, Ukraine); the activities of the Jewish council (Judenrat) in the Lwów ghetto; the confiscation of Jewish property; the eviction of Jews from their homes; various "actions" in the ghetto, some specifically targeting elderly Jews; the mistreatment of Jews by Ukrainians; the burning of synagogues; the extortion of money from Jews in the ghetto; the activities of the German police and Gestapo; Jews taken to forced labor camps near Lwów; the activities of the Jewish police; the pogrom against the Lwów Jews at the time of the German invasion in 1941; a massacre in the Brygidki prison in Lwów; and the oaths of Lwów rabbis from 1898 to 1928.
- Lwów files
81 digital files : PDF ; 467 MB.
1 microfilm reel (digitized) ; 35 mm.
1 DVD ; 4 3/4 in..
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