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Selected records from State Archives in Warsaw and its branches in Otwock, Mława, Grodzisk Mazowiecki, Pułtusk and State Archives in Płock

Document | Accession Number: 2015.48 | RG Number: RG-15.349M

Contains selected records from the State Archives in Warsaw and its branches: The training materials for police officers concerning the Jewish Youth organization, 1939-1943; Resolutions of the City Council, 1915-1919; Correspondence and the lists of registered associations, circulars, announcement.; Records of Jewish organizations and Judenrat (Jewish councils); Books of tenants in various regions of Otwock and other places; The questionnaires about the course of the war activities in the municipality in 1939-1945. Lists of population loss, 1946; Opening protocols of mass graves of Poles murdered by the Gestapo and lists of victims. 1945; List of returning people from Nazi camps; a list of cases of infectious diseases in Warsaw drafted by the medical officer (a weekly statistical summary of the division of on nationality for the year 1942); the legacy of Dr. Nicholas Łącki, 1918-1966; Information on administrative matters, wanted posters, lists of people wanted by the police; records on desecration of Treblinka death camp in 1945; Situational plans of cemeteries and graves in the district Garwolin,1948-1949; Records of cemeteries, site plans, exhumations. Military and war cemeteries were designed for post-Jewish land; Gostynin district, lists of the fallen Soviet soldiers and their graves; Resistance in Generalgouvernement (GG),1943-1944; Correspondence and statements of casualties in the Ciechanowskie region, the lists of burned villages; Files relating to Romanies, Russians and Jews; Lists of victims of Nazism (Full details of the victim; briefly about the circumstances of death, and a lists left families), 1945; List of abandoned real estate in the municipality of Falenica; Determination of citizenship, changed names, and Jewish matters, 1946; Files relating to abandoned properties; Criminal and administrative matters, 1940-1941; Files of information and propaganda. German crimes against the Jewish and Polish population. The lists of arrested Poles and Jews, 1945; Volksdeutsch list who actively supported Nazism, 1949; Lists of former German estates and Jewish, 1949; Registration damages of war. Questionnaires concerning the war damages that have been incurred by individuals. Cases of deportations of Poles and Jews, 1945; Transports of prisoners to various concentration camps; Reports of transports of women to the labor camp in Płock (alphabetical list), 1941-1942; The inventory of goods in grocery stores and factories belonging to Jews in 1939; Lists of births, marriages and deaths of the Jewish faith, 1923-1930; Recording and traffic control of population, the data in different localities; among others, Jewish issues, 1935-1936; Regulations: among other things, about the death penalty for helping Jews, Soviet prisoners of war affairs, Roma, and forced labor, 1941-1943; Applications for assistance, also concerning the Jewish population, 1939-1944 (alphabetical order); and similar materials.

inclusive:  1918-1950
75 microfilm reels (digitized) ; 35 mm.
78,585 digital images : JPEG ; 259 GB.
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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.
Record last modified: 2020-04-16 16:12:27
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