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Selected records from Romanian diplomatic missions

Document | Digitized | Accession Number: 2004.561 | RG Number: RG-25.020

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    Contains reports, correspondence, and reportage sent before and during World War II to Bucharest, Romania, from the Romanian diplomatic missions in Rome (Italy), Moscow (Soviet Union), Washington (U.S.A.), Berlin (Germany), Brussels (Belgium), Istanbul (Turkey), Prague (Czechoslovakia), Belgrade (Yugoslavia), Madrid (Spain), Warsaw (Poland), Budapest (Hungary), Sofia (Bulgaria), The Hague (Netherlands), Bern (Switzerland), the Vatican, Cairo (Egypt), Lisbon (Portugal), London (UK), Paris (France). The Washington records show the concern of American Jews about the treatment of Jews in Romania in the 1920s and 1930s, as well as documents from 1938 when Romania denaturalized over 100,000 Jews.
    inclusive:  1920-1950
    bulk:  1935-1945
    Credit Line
    Forms part of the Claims Conference International Holocaust Documentation Archive at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. This archive consists of documentation whose reproduction and/or acquisition was made possible with funding from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
    Collection Creator
    Romania. Ministerul Afacerilor Externe

    Physical Details

    1,232 microfiche.
    7,008 digital images : PDF.
    95 boxes
    System of Arrangement
    Organized by diplomatic mission into the following groups: 1. RG-25.020*01, Rome (Italy), 40 folders; 2. RG-25.020*02, Moscow (Soviet Union), 102 folders; 3. RG-25.020*03, Washington (U.S.A.), 69 folders; 4. RG-25.020*04, Berlin (Germany), 13 folders; 5. RG-25.020*05, Brussels (Belgium), 13 folders; 6. RG-25.020*06, Istanbul (Turkey), 12 folders; 7. RG-25.020*07, Prague (Czechoslovakia), 9 folders; 8. RG-25.020*08, Belgrade (Yugoslavia), 15 folders; 9. RG-25.020*09, Madrid (Spain), 2 folders; 10. RG-25.020*10, Warsaw (Poland), 2 folders; 11. RG-25.020*11, Budapest (Hungary), 7 folders; 12. RG-25.020*12, Sofia (Bulgaria), 7 folders; 13. RG-25.020*13, The Hague (Holland), 5 folders; 14. RG-25.020*14, Bern (Switzerland), 37 folders; 15. RG-25.020*15, Vatican, 58 folders; 16. RG-25.020*16, Cairo (Egypt), 16 folders; 17. RG-25.020*17, Lisbon (Portugal), 31 folders; 18. RG-25.020*18, London (UK), 33 folders; 20. RG-25.020*20, Paris (France), 116 folders; 21, Spain, 1920-1944 (Fond Spania, Vol. 27-28; Vol. 30-31); 22. Israel, 1920-1944 (Fond 71, Israel, Vol. 1-4), and other countries). Accretions of May and June 2019 organized by four groups: 1. Belgium (Fond 71, Belgia, 1920-1944, Volume 8); 2. Switzerland (Fond 71, Berna, 1920-1944, Volume 37); 3. Denmark (Fond 71, Danemarca, 1920-1944, Volume 6); 4. Sweden (Fond Suedia, 1920-1944, Vol. 8-12). Accretion of Oct. 2019 consists of: Fond 71, 1920-1944 Cairo, vol. 55 & 79; Fond Haga, 1938-1940 vol. 69; Fond Haga, 1934-1937 vol. 68; Fond Haga 1941-1946, vol. 24. Note: Some materials overlap previously acquired records.

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    Conditions on Access
    This material can only be accessed in a Museum reading room or other on-campus viewing station. There are no additional access restrictions to this material.
    Conditions on Use
    No restrictions on use

    Keywords & Subjects

    Topical Term
    World War, 1939-1945--Diplomacy--Romanian. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Italy--Rome. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Russia (Federation)--Moscow. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Washington (D.C.) Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Germany--Berlin. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Belgium--Brussels. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Turkey--Istanbul. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Czech Republic--Prague. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Serbia--Belgrade. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Spain--Madrid. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Poland--Warsaw. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Hungary--Budapest. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Bulgaria--Sofia. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Netherlands--Hague. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Switzerland--Bern. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Vatican City. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Egypt--Cairo. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--Portugal--Lisbon. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--England--London. Diplomatic and consular service, Romanian--France--Paris.

    Administrative Notes

    Source of acquisition is the Ministerul Afacerilor Externe (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) in Romania. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives received the records in 2004 via the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum International Archives Program, and accretions in Feb 2018, March, May, June, and Oct. 2019.
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