Selected records related to the Holocaust and Nazi occupation of the Kiev region during WWII from the State Archives of Kiev Region
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- 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.
This collection includes records of the following organizations and institutions active in the Kyiv region during the Nazi occupation: Offices of the Ukrainian auxiliary police in Makarov, Novy Mir, Uman, Dymer, Uzin, Tarashcha, , Fastov Vychsheduby, Baryshev, Korsun, Smilyany, Yaroslav etc., districts of the city of Kiev and Kyiv region; Office of the Burgomeister and Gebitskomissariat of Belaya Tserkov, (2 collections); Gebitskomissariat of Vasilkov, Stadtkommendatur, Stadtkomissariat, and General Komissar Kiev ( 3 collections); Ukrainian Administration of the Podol District of city of Kiev. Above-named record groups include name lists of the Ukrainian policemen, orders and circular letters of the local Ukrainian police and administrative institutions, correspondence with the German authorities, correspondence files, payrolls, secret police instructions, passport and other ID applications received from the local population, census of the population, and the like.
Record last modified: 2017-08-08 12:18:58
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