DE ITS 126.96.36.199
Number of documents
Scope and content
The bulk of sub-collection 188.8.131.52 (see archival history), which was created in 2020, consists of registration documents (registration cards or excerpts from registration books) and lists of names of Jews who resided in German cities between the 1930s and the beginning of the 1940s.The following documents are also included:I) Correspondence, applications, certificates, prohibitions and lists concerning the residence, emigration, arrest and deportation of Jews. These include correspondence from various state police departments (Stapostellen) as well as letters from the Reich Association of Jews in Germany (see ref. code 10010584).II) Notifications concerning the verification of naturalizations and expatriation of Jews.III) Correspondence and forms concerning the economic circumstances of Jews and the confiscation of their property / expropriation.IV) Lists and correspondence concerning contact with Jews of Polish nationality. Among other things, the deportation of this group of people to the German-Polish border in the context of the so-called Polenaktion on October 28 and 29, 1938, is documented (see Stettin, ref. code 10008459; Chemnitz, ref. code 10008317).In some cases the documents mentioned under I-IV are part of personal files of various police administrations (in extracts), which may also contain extracts from criminal records as well as photographs of the persons concerned.In a few cases included are:V) Post-war constellations and research into the fate of persons persecuted as Jews.VI) Correspondence regarding the release of male Jews from a concentration camp in 1938/1939 (arrests in the context of the November pogroms), (see Schwiebus, ref code. 10008071; Olbernhau, ref. code 10010036).VII) In the case of Bremen, Mosbach, Salzwedel: documents documenting the stay, registration or transfer to a concentration camp of persons persecuted as "gypsies".VIII) In the case of Mainz, Gera and Leipzig: lists of graves of Jews buried in the cities.In the unit concerning Wittenberge, a list and correspondence on Polish Jewish forced laborers of the company Phrix-Werk/Kurmärkische Zellwolle und Zellulose AG (1942-1943) are included (cf. ref. code. 10010378).
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