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Jeffrey Mausner Papers of postwar collaboration trials

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RG-80.01, Otto Ambros

RG-80.02, Apprehending and Prosecuting Nazi War Criminals

RG-80.03, Basil Artishenko

RG-80.04, Paul Herman Bluemel

RG-80.05, Boleslavs Bogdanovs

RG-80.06, Ildefansas Bucmys

RG-80.07, General Leon Degrelle

RG-80.08, Anatoly Hrusitzky

RG-80.09, Konrad Kalejs

RG-80.10, Serhij Kowalczuk

RG-80.11, Georg Leibbrandt

RG-80.12, Karl Linnas

RG-80.13, Boleslavs Maikovskis

RG-80.14, Mausner Awards

RG-80.15, McCalden v SWC

RG-80.16, Mermelstein

RG-80.17, Jeffrey Mausner, Speeches

RG-80.18, Otto Albrecht Von Bolschwing



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Title: Jeffrey Mausner Papers of postwar collaboration trials, 1960-1980Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: RG-80/RG-80

Primary Creator: Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

Arrangement:

The arrangement scheme for the record group was imposed during processing in the absence of an original order.  Materials are arranged by subject and/or creator.  Their order is based off of the Nazi war criminals as well as other various legal documents.

The record group is comprised of eighteen collections: 1. Otto Ambros; 2. Apprehending and Prosecuting Nazi War Criminals; 3. Basil Artishenko; 4. Paul Herman Bluemel; 5. Boleslavs Bogdanovs; 6. Ildefansas Bucmys; 7. General Leon Degrelle; 8. Anatoly Hrusitzky; 9. Konrad Kalejs; 10. Serhij Kowalczuk; 11. Georg Leibbrandt; 12. Karl Linnas; 13. Boleslavs Maikovskis; 14. Mausner Awards; 15. McCalden V. SWC; 16. Mermelstein; 17. Jeffrey Mausner, Speeches; 18. Otto Albrecht Von Bolschwing.

Subjects: Adolf Hitler, dictator and German Chancellor and President, air travel, American citizenship, American Jewish Committee, American newspaper, Anatoly Hrusitzky, Antisemitism, Antisemitism in the United States, Audrini (Latvia), Auschwitz (Concentration camp), Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps, Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland), Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War, Basil Artishenko, Belgian Wallonia Legion, Berlin (Germany), Board of Immigration Appeals, United States, Boleslavs Bogdanovs, Boleslavs Maikovskis, Bonn (Germany), Breslau (Poland), Bucharest (Romania), California Library Association (CLA), Caracas (Venezuela), Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War, Concentration Camp Guards, Concentration camps, German, Confiscation of Jewish property--Germany, Confiscation of Jewish property without German authorization, Confiscation of personal belongings and property, Correspondence in English language, Counterintelligence Corps (CIC), David McCalden (Truth Missions), death of family members, Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI), Deportation from the United States, Displaced Persons Act, Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States), Displaced persons camps, Documents in English language, Documents in German language, Documents in Persian language, Eichmann, Adolf, Eiklor Report, Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups"), Einsatzkommando, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, English, language, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Estonia, evidences of the crimes of National Socialist regime, Execution of Jews, Executions, firing squad, Exemptions from deportations, Extermination of Jews, Fifteenth SS Grenadier Battalion, Final Solution, Final Solution to the Jewish Question in Europe, 1942 -- 1945, Forced labor, Forced labor camps, Forced labor in ghettos, Gehlen Organization, General Leon Degrelle, Georg Leibbrandt, German, language, German Invasion of Czechoslovakia, March 1939, German invasion of Europe, 1939 -- 1940, German invasion of the USSR, 22 June 1941, German military and civil administration, German occupation of Poland, German occupation regime in Latvia, 1941 -- 1945, German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945, German police and security forces, Poland, Germany (Europe), Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939, Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police), Greek Civil War, Hauptsturmführer (German Army Captain), Heinrich Himmler, leading member of Nazi Party 1929-1945, Hermann Goering, Himmler, Heinrich, Hirschberg (Germany), History, Jewish, Holocaust, history, Holocaust Denial, narratives, Holocaust denial-based publication, American, Ildefonsas Bucmys, Illegal Immigration, Immigrant Visa, Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America), Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America, Immigration from Nazi Germany, Immigration to the United States, postwar, Immigration to United States, Institute for Historical Review, International Refugee Organization (IRO), Israel, Jeffrey N. Mausner, Jewish forced labor in Poland, Jewish history, Jewish personal belongings, Jewish pogroms in Poland, 1918 --1923, Jewish refugees, Jews of Europe, history, John Avdzej, Karl Linnas, Konrad Kalejs, Latvia, Latvian Legion, Latvian Security Auxiliary Police, Lawyers and notary publics, legal correspondence, Legal defense, Legal deposition, Legal document, Legal practices, Legal subpoena, Liquidation of ghettos, Lithuania, Lithuanian Military Battalion (Schutzmannschaft), Los Angeles (California, United States), Lyuboml (Poland), Madrid (Spain), magazine, Marvin Hier, Mass executions, mass graves, Mass murders, Serbians, Mel Mermelstein, Military and Civil decorations, medals and insignias, Military Uniforms (Nazi-German), Munich (Germany), National Socialist German Workers' Party, National Socialist Ideology, Naturalization documents, Naturalization in the United States, Nazi-German decorations, medals and awards, Nazi-perpetrated massacres, Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings, Nazi concentration camps in the Baltic, Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes, Nazi gas chambers, Nazi Germany, Central Government, Nazi Government Officials, Nazi party, Nazi Party, membership, Nazi persecution of Jews, Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media, Nazi Police Officials, Nazi War Criminals, New Jersey (USA: State), Newspaper Article, newspaper clippings, NSDAP and Nazi Germany, party and government officials, Nuremberg (Germany), official correspondence, Official Document, Otto Albrecht von Bolschwing, Otto Alfred von Bolschwing, Paul Herman Bluemel, periodicals, American, Persian, language, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States), Poland (Europe), Polish ghettos, Polish refugees, Political prisoners of Nazi German prisons, postwar correspondence, Postwar Jewish immigration from Germany, postwar publication, Prisoners of War, Refugees in United States, Registration of alien residents, Reichkommissariat Ukraine, Reichskommissariat Niederlande, Reichskommissariat Ostland, Nazi-German occupied Baltic states, Reinhard Heydrich, Rezekne (Latvia), Riga (Latvia), Riga (Latvia: ghetto), Riga-Strasdenhof (Labor camp), Romania (Europe), Salaspils (Latvia: Concentration Camp), Schutzstaffel (SS), SD, Sicherheitsdienst, Security and police forces, Latvia, Serbian Jewish Friendship Society, Serbian prisoners, Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk), Siberia (Russia), Slutsk (Belarus), Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939, Soviet Red Army, armed forces, Soviet, Soviet Union, SS and administrative personnel, German, Stirnience (Latvia), Sturmbannführer, Stuttgart (Germany), Supreme Court of the United States, survivors of concentration camps, Survivor testimonies given at war crimes trials, Synagogues, Synagogues, religious temples, Szczurkowo (Poland), Tartu concentration camp (Estonia), The Holocaust in Estonia, The Holocaust in Romania, 1941 -- 1945, The Iron Guard, The Simon Wiesenthal Center, Travel visas, Treblinka (Poland: extermination camp), U.S. Naturalization, Ukraine (Europe), Ukrainian Auxiliary Police, Ukrainian military formations in the Second World War, 1939 -- 1945, Ukrainian military personnel, Ukrainian National Police Force, Undercover Agent, Undercover Spy, United States (1960--2000), United States court proceedings, United States District Court, United States High Military Command, US badges, awards, and memorablia, US Department of Justice, US Department of State, US naturalization documents, 1900 -- 1960, US Passports, Victims of Nazi persecutions, 1933 -- 1945, Vienna (Austria), Waffen SS, Wansee Conference, war crimes trials, War crimes trials--Post-WWII, Washington D.C. (United States), Westin Hotel (Los Angeles, California), Willis Carto, Wilno (Poland)

Forms of Material: Personal testimonies

Languages: English, German

Abstract

The documents reflect an attempt to denaturalize, deport, and/or extradite Nazi war criminals in the United States to European countries or the Soviet Union, to be prosecuted for crimes against humanity.  The collection of documents is comprised of legal briefs and other documents used in court proceedings, depositions, witness statements, original Nazi documents used as evidence in court, court rulings and orders, newspaper articles, and other documents relating to prosecution of Nazi war criminals in the United States.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The record group is comprised of postwar legal documents and newspaper articles from the United States depicting the attempts to denaturalize, deport, and/or extradite Nazi war criminals from the United States to European countries or the Soviet Union, to be prosecuted for crimes against humanity.  The legal documents present the legal proceedings of the prosecution as they argued to have the war criminals denaturalized, deported, or extradited.  Some of the legal documents provide a brief history of the crimes committed by the defendants, and how these war criminals came to the United States and evaded prosecution for many years.  Multiple court appearances were made concerning each accused Nazi war criminal.  The alleged Nazi war criminals include Otto Ambros, Basil Artishenko, Paul Herman Bluemel, Boleslavs Bogdanovs, Ildefansas Bucmys, General Leon Degrelle, Anatoly Hrusitzky, Konrad Kalejs, Serge Kowlachuk (Serhij Kowalczuk), Georg Leibbrandt, Karl Linnas, Boleslavs Maikovskis, and Otto Albrecht Alfred von Bolschwing.  The newspaper articles included follow the progress of these various legal proceedings of each accused Nazi war criminal.

Materials within the record group include briefs and other legal documents used in court proceedings, depositions, witness statements, original Nazi documents used as evidence in court, court rulings and orders, newspaper articles, and other documents relating to prosecution of Nazi war criminals in the United States.  Materials are digitized.

Collection Historical Note

When World War II ended, there were millions of refugees in Europe.  Many of them had been victims of the Nazis, survivors of Nazi concentration camps, or persons who had been forced to leave their homes.  Among  this large mass of people were also some of the Nazi officials who had assisted in mass murder and persecution.

In order to help the millions of true refugees, the United States enacted special immigration laws in 1948 and 1953 which allowed large numbers of refugees to come to the United States without regard to traditional immigration quota restrictions.  These special immigration laws specifically excluded any person who had assisted the Nazis in persecuting civilians.  However, Nazi criminals were able to enter the United States under these special immigration laws by lying about their activities during the period from 1933 to 1945.

Among the Nazi war criminals who entered the United States by misrepresentation or concealing their wartime activities were concentration camp guards, Nazi police officials, and Nazi government officials.

Jeffrey Mausner worked as a Trial Attorney for the United States Justice Department.

Biographical Note

Jeffrey Mausner worked for the United States Justice Department.

Subject/Index Terms

Adolf Hitler, dictator and German Chancellor and President
air travel
American citizenship
American Jewish Committee
American newspaper
Anatoly Hrusitzky
Antisemitism
Antisemitism in the United States
Audrini (Latvia)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
Auschwitz (Concentration camp)--Complex of concentration and extermination camps
Auschwitz-Birkenau, concentration camp complex (Poland)
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Basil Artishenko
Belgian Wallonia Legion
Berlin (Germany)
Board of Immigration Appeals, United States
Boleslavs Bogdanovs
Boleslavs Maikovskis
Bonn (Germany)
Breslau (Poland)
Bucharest (Romania)
California Library Association (CLA)
Caracas (Venezuela)
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Concentration Camp Guards
Concentration camps, German
Confiscation of Jewish property--Germany
Confiscation of Jewish property without German authorization
Confiscation of personal belongings and property
Correspondence in English language
Counterintelligence Corps (CIC)
David McCalden (Truth Missions)
death of family members
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
Deportation from the United States
Displaced Persons Act
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
Displaced persons camps
Documents in English language
Documents in German language
Documents in Persian language
Eichmann, Adolf
Eiklor Report
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
Einsatzkommando
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
English, language
Ernst Kaltenbrunner
Estonia
evidences of the crimes of National Socialist regime
Execution of Jews
Executions, firing squad
Exemptions from deportations
Extermination of Jews
Fifteenth SS Grenadier Battalion
Final Solution
Final Solution to the Jewish Question in Europe, 1942 -- 1945
Forced labor
Forced labor camps
Forced labor in ghettos
Gehlen Organization
General Leon Degrelle
Georg Leibbrandt
German, language
German Invasion of Czechoslovakia, March 1939
German invasion of Europe, 1939 -- 1940
German invasion of the USSR, 22 June 1941
German military and civil administration
German occupation of Poland
German occupation regime in Latvia, 1941 -- 1945
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Germany (Europe)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Greek Civil War
Hauptsturmführer (German Army Captain)
Heinrich Himmler, leading member of Nazi Party 1929-1945
Hermann Goering
Himmler, Heinrich
Hirschberg (Germany)
History, Jewish
Holocaust, history
Holocaust Denial, narratives
Holocaust denial-based publication, American
Ildefonsas Bucmys
Illegal Immigration
Immigrant Visa
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Immigration from Nazi Germany
Immigration to the United States, postwar
Immigration to United States
Institute for Historical Review
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Israel
Jeffrey N. Mausner
Jewish forced labor in Poland
Jewish history
Jewish personal belongings
Jewish pogroms in Poland, 1918 --1923
Jewish refugees
Jews of Europe, history
John Avdzej
Karl Linnas
Konrad Kalejs
Latvia
Latvian Legion
Latvian Security Auxiliary Police
Lawyers and notary publics
legal correspondence
Legal defense
Legal deposition
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal subpoena
Liquidation of ghettos
Lithuania
Lithuanian Military Battalion (Schutzmannschaft)
Los Angeles (California, United States)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Madrid (Spain)
magazine
Marvin Hier
Mass executions
mass graves
Mass murders, Serbians
Mel Mermelstein
Military and Civil decorations, medals and insignias
Military Uniforms (Nazi-German)
Munich (Germany)
National Socialist German Workers' Party
National Socialist Ideology
Naturalization documents
Naturalization in the United States
Nazi-German decorations, medals and awards
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi concentration camps in the Baltic
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Nazi gas chambers
Nazi Germany, Central Government
Nazi Government Officials
Nazi party
Nazi Party, membership
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews as presented in US media
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
New Jersey (USA: State)
Newspaper Article
newspaper clippings
NSDAP and Nazi Germany, party and government officials
Nuremberg (Germany)
official correspondence
Official Document
Otto Albrecht von Bolschwing
Otto Alfred von Bolschwing
Paul Herman Bluemel
periodicals, American
Persian, language
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Poland (Europe)
Polish ghettos
Polish refugees
Political prisoners of Nazi German prisons
postwar correspondence
Postwar Jewish immigration from Germany
postwar publication
Prisoners of War
Refugees in United States
Registration of alien residents
Reichkommissariat Ukraine
Reichskommissariat Niederlande
Reichskommissariat Ostland, Nazi-German occupied Baltic states
Reinhard Heydrich
Rezekne (Latvia)
Riga (Latvia)
Riga (Latvia: ghetto)
Riga-Strasdenhof (Labor camp)
Romania (Europe)
Salaspils (Latvia: Concentration Camp)
Schutzstaffel (SS)
SD, Sicherheitsdienst
Security and police forces, Latvia
Serbian Jewish Friendship Society
Serbian prisoners
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Siberia (Russia)
Slutsk (Belarus)
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Soviet Red Army, armed forces, Soviet
Soviet Union
SS and administrative personnel, German
Stirnience (Latvia)
Sturmbannführer
Stuttgart (Germany)
Supreme Court of the United States
survivors of concentration camps
Survivor testimonies given at war crimes trials
Synagogues
Synagogues, religious temples
Szczurkowo (Poland)
Tartu concentration camp (Estonia)
The Holocaust in Estonia
The Holocaust in Romania, 1941 -- 1945
The Iron Guard
The Simon Wiesenthal Center
Travel visas
Treblinka (Poland: extermination camp)
U.S. Naturalization
Ukraine (Europe)
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Ukrainian military formations in the Second World War, 1939 -- 1945
Ukrainian military personnel
Ukrainian National Police Force
Undercover Agent
Undercover Spy
United States (1960--2000)
United States court proceedings
United States District Court
United States High Military Command
US badges, awards, and memorablia
US Department of Justice
US Department of State
US naturalization documents, 1900 -- 1960
US Passports
Victims of Nazi persecutions, 1933 -- 1945
Vienna (Austria)
Waffen SS
Wansee Conference
war crimes trials
War crimes trials--Post-WWII
Washington D.C. (United States)
Westin Hotel (Los Angeles, California)
Willis Carto
Wilno (Poland)

Administrative Information

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[Collection of Folder-Level 1: RG-80.01, Otto Ambros, December 1979],
[Collection of Folder-Level 2: RG-80.02, Apprehending and Prosecuting Nazi War Criminals, circa 1991],
[Collection of Folder-Level 3: RG-80.03, Basil Artishenko],
[Collection of Folder-Level 4: RG-80.04, Paul Herman Bluemel],
[Collection of Folder-Level 5: RG-80.05, Boleslavs Bogdanovs, circa 1983],
[Collection of Folder-Level 6: RG-80.06, Ildefansas Bucmys, 1992--2003],
[Collection of Folder-Level 7: RG-80.07, General Leon Degrelle],
[Collection of Folder-Level 8: RG-80.08, Anatoly Hrusitzky, circa 1984],
[Collection of Folder-Level 9: RG-80.09, Konrad Kalejs],
[Collection of Folder-Level 10: RG-80.10, Serhij Kowalczuk, 1979--2011],
[Collection of Folder-Level 11: RG-80.11, Georg Leibbrandt, 1974--1979],
[Collection of Folder-Level 12: RG-80.12, Karl Linnas, 1979--1987],
[Collection of Folder-Level 13: RG-80.13, Boleslavs Maikovskis, 1979--2006],
[Collection of Folder-Level 14: RG-80.14, Mausner Awards],
[Collection of Folder-Level 15: RG-80.15, McCalden v SWC, 1987--1992],
[Collection of Folder-Level 16: RG-80.16, Mermelstein, circa 1989],
[Collection of Folder-Level 17: RG-80.17, Jeffrey Mausner, Speeches, circa 1990],
[Collection of Folder-Level 18: RG-80.18, Otto Albrecht Von Bolschwing, 1981--2005],
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Collection of Folder-Level 10: RG-80.10, Serhij Kowalczuk, 1979--2011Add to your cart.

Documents related to alleged Nazi war criminal Serge Kowalczuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).  Kowalchuk was a Ukrainian police official in the city of Lubomyl during the Nazi occupation, when the Ukrainian police assisted the Nazis in the murder of Lubomyl's Jewish citizens.  Kowalchuk misrepresented and concealed that he had been a Ukrainian police official, claiming in his visa application that he had been a tailor.

In October 1942, the Jewish ghetto of Lubomyl was liquidated.  Ukrainian police, German gendarmes, and other units drove all the Jews remaining in the ghetto to the town square and then to a brick factory several kilometers from Lubomyl, at the village Borki.  Large pits had already been dug at this sight.  Ukrainian policemen guarded this area while Germans shot the Jews.  The shooting was conducted as follows: several Jews at a time were forced to undress and led to the pits by Ukrainian policemen.  They were forced to lie down in the pit face down, and were shot in the back of the head by the Germans.  The next group of Jews would be forced to lie on top of those already shot.  This killing lasted the whole day.  Several thousand Jews were shot.

After Kowalchuk's trial, the United States District Court ordered that Kowalchuk's naturalization be revoked and that he surrender his Certificate of Naturalization and United States Passport.  The United States Court of Appeals, In Banc, affirmed the order of denaturalization.  The United States Supreme Court denied certiorari.  Kowalchuk left the United States.

Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Displaced Persons Act
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Polish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
German police and security forces, Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
German occupation of Poland
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal defense
Legal deposition
Legal subpoena
Newspaper Article
newspaper clippings
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-80.10.01, US v. Serge Kowalchuk - Government's Pre-Trial Memo, Mausner, circa 1980Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
The pre-trial brief filed by the US Department of Justice concerning Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
German occupation of Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Polish ghettos
Forced undressing of women in the ghettos
mass graves
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
Jewish underground activity in Poland
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Organization of The United Nations
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Salzburg (Austria)
Jewish refugees
Rawa Ruska (Poland)
Liquidation of ghettos
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal deposition
Legal practices
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Kathleen N. Coleman
John E. Riley
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-80.10.02, US v. Serge Kowalchuk - Government's Post-Trial Memo, Mausner, circa 1980Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A post-trial memorandum from the denaturalization trial of alleged Nazi war criminal Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
Jewish yellow stars of David, Jewish badges and patches
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Confiscation of personal belongings and property
Liquidation of ghettos
Himmler, Heinrich
Organization of The United Nations
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
American Consulate
German occupation of Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal deposition
Legal practices
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Kathleen N. Coleman
John E. Riley
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-80.10.03, Philadelphia Daily News, March 27, 1978Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A newspaper article from the Philadelphia Daily News reporting on the war crime trial of Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Liquidation of ghettos
Organization of The United Nations
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
German occupation of Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
United States court proceedings
Newspaper Article
newspaper clippings
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
Philadelphia Daily News, American newspaper
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-80.10.04, Philadelphia Daily News, October 23, 1981Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A newspaper clipping from the Philadelphia Daily News concerning the denaturalization trial of alleged Nazi war criminal Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Liquidation of ghettos
Organization of The United Nations
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
German occupation of Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
United States court proceedings
newspaper clippings
Newspaper Article
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
Philadelphia Daily News, American newspaper
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-80.10.05, Newspaper Articles 1, 1981--1982Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A collection of newspaper articles related to the denaturalization trial of alleged Nazi war criminal Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Washington D.C. (United States)
Jewish Defense League (JDL)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Confiscation of personal belongings and property
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Organization of The United Nations
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
German occupation of Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
United States court proceedings
Newspaper Article
newspaper clippings
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
Philadelphia Inquirer, American newspaper
The New York Times
Philadelphia Daily News, American newspaper
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-80.10.06, Newspaper Articles 2, 1981--1983Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A collection of newspaper articles concerning the denaturalization trial of the alleged Nazi war criminal Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
The Washington Post
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Moscow (Russia)
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Organization of The United Nations
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
German occupation of Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
United States court proceedings
Newspaper Article
newspaper clippings
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
The Denver Post, American newspaper
Philadelphia Daily News, American newspaper
The Washington Post, American periodical
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-80.10.07, U.S. v. Kowalchuk, 571 F.Supp 72.2, July 1, 1983Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Court order of denaturalization of Serge Kowalchuk after trial in United States District Court, United States of America v. Serge Kowalchuk, a.k.a. Serhij Kowalczuk.
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Moscow (Russia)
SS and administrative personnel, German
The Washington Post
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Organization of The United Nations
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
German occupation of Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal defense
Legal deposition
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-80.10.08, U.S. v. Kowalchuk, 571 F.Supp 72, July 1, 1983Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A digitized copy of the Court Order of denaturalization, detailing the case of the United States v. Kowalchuk.
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Moscow (Russia)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Organization of The United Nations
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
German occupation of Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal defense
Legal deposition
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-80.10.09, Govt Brief at 3d Cir.Mausner, January 1984Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
The government brief on appeal of the order of denaturalization of alleged Nazi war criminal Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Washington D.C. (United States)
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Displaced Persons Act
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Naturalization in the United States
Polish ghettos
Jewish yellow stars of David, Jewish badges and patches
Confiscation of Jewish property without German authorization
Confiscation of personal belongings and property
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Polish refugees
The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)
Repatriation to Poland, postwar
US Department of State
SS and administrative personnel, German
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Organization of The United Nations
German occupation of Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal defense
Legal deposition
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Michael Wolf
Neal M. Sher
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-80.10.10, Transcript of Oral Argument before 3d Cir, Mausner, April 23, 1984Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
The legal transcript of oral arguments made in the appeal before the United States Court of Appeals in the case of alleged Nazi war criminal Serge Kowalchuk.  John Rogers Carroll argued for Kowalchuk; Jeffrey N. Mausner argued for the U.S. Justice Department.
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Siberia (Russia)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Polish ghettos
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Displaced Persons Act
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Polish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)
German occupation of Poland
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Organization of The United Nations
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to the United States, postwar
Immigration to United States
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal defense
Legal deposition
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-80.10.11, US v. Kowalchuk 744 F.2d 301 - 3d Cir Decision which was vacated, 1984Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
First opinion of the United States Court of Appeals, which was later vacated in banc, regarding the denaturalization trial of alleged Nazi war criminal Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Siberia (Russia)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Polish ghettos
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Displaced Persons Act
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Polish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)
German occupation of Poland
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Organization of The United Nations
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal defense
Legal deposition
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-80.10.12, Newspaper Articles 3, 1984Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A collection of newspaper articles relating to the denaturalization trial and appeal of alleged Nazi war criminal Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).
Subject/Index Terms:
The Jewish Times, American newspaper
American newspaper
survivors of concentration camps
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Displaced Persons Act
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Polish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
German police and security forces, Poland
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
German occupation of Poland
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
United States court proceedings
Legal practices
English, language
Documents in English language
Newspaper Article
newspaper clippings
Creators:
The Jewish Times, American newspaper
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-80.10.13, Govt Petition for Rehearing with a Suggestion for Rehearing In Banc, Mausner, 25 October, 1984Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Legal documents pertaining to the trial and appeal of alleged Nazi war crimianl Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).  This document is a petition for rehearing with a suggestion for rehearing in banc (en banc).
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Displaced Persons Act
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Polish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
German police and security forces, Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
German occupation of Poland
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal defense
Legal deposition
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Michael Wolf
Neal M. Sher
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-80.10.14, Order for Rehearing In Banc, November 1, 1984Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
An order for rehearing in banc (en banc) the denaturalization case of Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Displaced Persons Act
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Polish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
German police and security forces, Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
German occupation of Poland
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal defense
Legal deposition
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-80.10.15, Govt's Supplemental Brief for Rehearing in Banc, Mausner, April 8, 1985Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A supplemental brief issued by the United States Department of Justice for the rehearing in banc (en banc) of the denaturalization case of alleged Nazi war criminal Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk).
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Displaced Persons Act
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Polish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
German police and security forces, Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
German occupation of Poland
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal defense
Legal deposition
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-80.10.16, U.S. v. Kowalchuk, 773 F.2D 488-3d Cir In Banc Order Denaturalizing Kowalchuk, circa 2011Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A digital copy of the order of denaturalization of alleged Nazi war criminal Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk), issued by the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, In Banc.
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Displaced Persons Act
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Polish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
German police and security forces, Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
German occupation of Poland
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal defense
Legal deposition
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-80.10.17, US v. Kowalchuk No. 83-1571, Mausner, circa 1985Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
Order of denaturalization of Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk) by the United States Court of Appeals In Banc, 773 Federal Reporter, 2d Series 448.
Subject/Index Terms:
Serge Kowalchuk (Serhij Kowalczuk)
Jeffrey N. Mausner
US Department of Justice
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States)
Lyuboml (Poland)
Germany invasion of Poland, September 1, 1939
Soviet invasion of Poland, 17 September 1939
Polish ghettos
Forced labor
Forced labor in ghettos
Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (United States of America)
Immigration and Naturalization Service, United States of America
Displaced Persons Act
Displaced Persons Act of 1948 (United States)
Displaced persons camps
International Refugee Organization (IRO)
Polish refugees
Department Office of Special Investigations (OSI)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Ukrainian National Police Force
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Einsatzgruppen (Nazi police intelligence units "action-groups")
German police and security forces, Poland
German Police and Security forces, 1939 --1945
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
Execution of Jews
Nazi persecution of Jews
Nazi-perpetuated mass shootings
Nazi-perpetrated massacres
mass graves
Nazi crimes against humanity, peace, and war crimes
Auxiliary police forces, non-German, Second World War
Collaboration with Nazi Germany in the Second World War
Nazi Police Officials
Nazi War Criminals
German occupation of Poland
Immigrant Visa
Registration of alien residents
Jewish refugees
Deportation from the United States
Illegal Immigration
Immigration to United States
Immigration to the United States, postwar
United States court proceedings
Legal document
Legal practices
Legal defense
Legal deposition
English, language
Documents in English language
Creators:
United States of America Department of Justice (postwar)
US Department of Justice
Jeffrey Mausner (1960's--1980's)

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[Collection of Folder-Level 4: RG-80.04, Paul Herman Bluemel],
[Collection of Folder-Level 5: RG-80.05, Boleslavs Bogdanovs, circa 1983],
[Collection of Folder-Level 6: RG-80.06, Ildefansas Bucmys, 1992--2003],
[Collection of Folder-Level 7: RG-80.07, General Leon Degrelle],
[Collection of Folder-Level 8: RG-80.08, Anatoly Hrusitzky, circa 1984],
[Collection of Folder-Level 9: RG-80.09, Konrad Kalejs],
[Collection of Folder-Level 10: RG-80.10, Serhij Kowalczuk, 1979--2011],
[Collection of Folder-Level 11: RG-80.11, Georg Leibbrandt, 1974--1979],
[Collection of Folder-Level 12: RG-80.12, Karl Linnas, 1979--1987],
[Collection of Folder-Level 13: RG-80.13, Boleslavs Maikovskis, 1979--2006],
[Collection of Folder-Level 14: RG-80.14, Mausner Awards],
[Collection of Folder-Level 15: RG-80.15, McCalden v SWC, 1987--1992],
[Collection of Folder-Level 16: RG-80.16, Mermelstein, circa 1989],
[Collection of Folder-Level 17: RG-80.17, Jeffrey Mausner, Speeches, circa 1990],
[Collection of Folder-Level 18: RG-80.18, Otto Albrecht Von Bolschwing, 1981--2005],
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