Documentation from Archives Around the World
A selection of copies of documentation from various archives around the world, containing diverse types of materials, including official documents, legal documents, reports, surveys, lists of persecuted individuals, reports on war crimes, protocols of committee meetings, personal files of individual Jews, and other personal documentation.
A unique collection of posters and announcements, dating from the Holocaust period and its aftermath.
Personal documentation, mostly belonging to individuals who were murdered and Holocaust survivors, including identity cards, travel documents, diplomas, passports and death certificates.
Official documentation produced by Jewish and State institutions and organizations active before, during and after the Holocaust, including original Nazi records and documentation from the various commissions for the investigation of Nazi war crimes.
Lists from various sources, pertaining to periods during and after the Holocaust, including lists of residents, deportees, victims, war criminals and collaborators.
Letters and postcards contain much information regarding life before, during and after the Holocaust, as seen from a personal point of view. Not all of the letters in the collection reached their destination. Some of the farewell letters in our Archives proved to be their writers' last sign of life.
Written mostly by survivors, the memoirs collection provides a rich source of information about families, communities and the Jewish world that was and is no more. Told from a variety of viewpoints, they provide a personal perspective on historical events and the experiences of individuals.
Collection of more than 131,000 testimonies of Holocaust survivors, collected in Israel and around the world. The earliest testimonies were collected in the late 1940s. Includes written, audio and video testimonies.
Diaries written by Jews murdered in the Holocaust or by survivors, documenting the lives of individuals before, during and after the war.
War crimes trials were held in Germany and other countries after World War II. Documentation includes copies of the trial indictments, investigation files and verdicts.