NEW HOLOCAUST-PERIOD RECORDS ON THE ALL GALICIA DATABASE
Gesher Galicia SIG
On the occasion of International Holocaust Remembrance Day - also the
75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz - Gesher Galicia
announces the recent uploading to the All Galicia Database of the
indexes of over 7,200 archival records from the Holocaust period. The
records can be found at: https://search.geshergalicia.org/ . They new
- Stanislawow. Alphabetical index of Jewish residents, from 1941,
after the German occupation of the town. There are 5,876 entries here,
giving the names of Jews in the town in late 1941, before the ghetto
was set up at the end of December. Originally, there were another
1,300 entries in this file, but parts of it were removed or lost at
some point after the end of the war. In particular, surnames starting
with C, N, R, U, V and Z are all missing. Surnames with S are also
missing, except for those starting with SCH-, which are included.
Years of birth and addresses in the town are given for those listed.
- Stanislawow. Jews who were ill or injured, September 10, 1941 to
September 16, 1942. This book contains 1,298 entries, with some people
listed more than once. The age of the person and their address are
given. Also included in the book (though not indexed) are the
conditions of those listed and the rudimentary treatment provided for
their condition - in many cases simply a "Verband" (bandage,
- Rzeszow Jewish deaths, February and March 1943.
This set of loose certificates contains 90 name of Jews who were
killed in Rzeszow and who had remained in the ghetto after the mass
shooting "actions" and deportations of July and August 1942. There are
also 46 certificates giving dates of death but without a name. Fifteen
of the certificates of named Jews are dated March 22, 1943. These may
have been Jews in the forced labor "Ostbahn" group in the ghetto who
are known to have been murdered around that time. Surnames include:
ABRAHAM, ALTMAN, ALTSCHUELLER, ALTSCHUETZER, BARTH, BAUM, BELLER,
BERKOWICZ, BLASBERG, BOTH, BRACHFELD, DIAMANT, DUCKER, ELLOWICZ,
EMMER, FELDER, FEIT, FRANT, FROEHLICH, GELBARD-BERKOWICZ, GERSTEN,
GOLDBERG, GOETZ, GRITZ, GRUENER, GUTTER, HAAR, HAUPTMAN, HOLLOSCHUETZ,
HOROWITZ, KATZ, KAUFMANN, KAZIMIERSKI, KNOPF, KRAEMER, LEWKOWICZ,
LEWNIOWSKI, LIEBLICH, LUFT, MARGULIES, MENDELSOHN, MERKREBS, MUELLER,
PINKAS, PION, PLATZKER, REICH, ROSENBAUM, ROSENBERG, ROSENBLUM,
RUSSEK, SALAMON, SALZ, SAMBOL, SCHIPPER, SCHMELKES, SCHMIDT, SCHNUR,
SCHREIBER, SINGER, STERN, STIERER, TAENZER, TENNENBAUM, TOPPER,
TREIBER, TURNER, WACHTEL, WEINBERGER, WEISSBERG, WIESENFELD, WILDMAN,
- Tyczyn, Jewish deaths 1942. A set of 18 death certificates from
different months in that year. Surnames include: APPELFELD,
BLUMENBERG, FISCH, KREINIG, KUFLIK, LOWENTHAL, RAUCHWERGER, REICH,
REICH, ROSENGARTEN, ROSENGARTEN, ROZNER, SCHLACHET, SILBERBERG,
STERNLICHT, TANENBAUM, WACHNER, WACHS, ZWIRN.
Gesher Galicia's Holocaust project continues, with the indexing next
of household card records from the ghetto, arranged alphabetically by
the name of the street. These records are held in the Przemysl State
Archive. After that, the project will address the large number of name
cards from Stanislawow from the period that are held at DAIFO, the
State Archive of Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast.
For more information on these records, on Gesher Galicia's Holocaust
project, or on Gesher Galicia generally, please contact:
Michal Majewski, Holocaust Project Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
Tony Kahane, Research Coordinator, Gesher Galicia
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