Small Town Ghettos, 1939-1945
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Brief Description: There are three collections, namely Mukacevo Ghetto; Wloclawek Ghetto; Bialystok Ghetto and Cherna Kapulkina Papers. The documents largely reflect the ghetto mundane life, the anti-Jewish actions and liquidations of the ghettos. These documents are in the form of photographs and correspondences
Held at:
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
100 S. The Grove Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Phone: 323-651-3704
Fax: 323-843-9518
Email: archive [at]
Record Series Number: RG-38/RG-38
Created by: German ghetto authorities (1939 -- 1945), Gentile witnesses to anti-Jewish atrocities and anihilation perpetrated by the Nazi-German agencies (1939 -- 1945), Jewish Council (Judenrat) of the Cracow Ghetto (1940 --1941)
Volume: 0.0
Arrangement: Materials are arranged by subject/creator, then by identifier, as assigned by the processor.
Biographical Note for German ghetto authorities (1939 -- 1945) :

German local authorities, including police and security forces and other relted Nazi agencies, which supervised the Jewish ghettos.

They eventually were responsible for the implementation of the "Final Solution."

Access Restrictions:

No restrictions

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Digital copies might be available upon request

Subject Index
Bialystok (Poland: Ghetto)
Mukacevo (Czechoslovakia: Ghetto)
postwar correspondence
wartime correspondences
Wloclawek (Poland: Ghetto)
Languages of Materials
Polish [pol]
Russian [rus]
Rights/Use Restrictions: Copyrighted materials