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Russian Records ("Moscow Fund"/"Fonds de Moscou") in the French Archives/KALKOPF, Cutla #poland #france #russia


Michael McTeer
 

From the website geneanet.org, I found a link to record collection
apparently at a French Archives
(https://www.siv.archives-nationales.culture.gouv.fr)? I trying to
figure out what it is and where I may direct an inquiry to
obtain/request a copy.

Attached are a 1) screen shot of the index description
(https://en.geneanet.org/collaborative-indexes/view/69161/97692); 2)
title page of the document/collection (Russian) and 3) the page listing
KALKOPF, Cutla as the first entry with a number of "1507" and I guess
year of 1938
(https://www.siv.archives-nationales.culture.gouv.fr/siv/media/FRAN_IR_050044/c-2r752vvzy--d139io2xegop/FRAN_0139_11701_L)?
I am typical English only American so I am lost with the French and Russian.

Could this be my grandmother's baby sister, born 10 Oct 1912, Sosnowiec,
Poland?

Thanks,

Michael McTeer, Crowley, Texas, 13488

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SEEKING:KALKOPF, FRYMORGEN, RESZKE, GRYNBAUM (Zarki, Bedzin, Sosnowiec, Poland); LENCZNER, GLIKSMAN, KOPLOWICZ, TRAJMAN (Szczekociny, Poland)


David Choukroun
 

Dear Michael,

the right reference box to ask is 19940457/18

It can be deducted from one or 2 pages earlier where you have the separation line

This corresponds to a "box" that can be delivered @ Archives Nationales de France (that is closed those days anyway -- due to Covid 19)

From those files, it can be : a simple page (with the name and a date of entry/exit), or much more ...  


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Regards,
David CHOUKROUN

david.choukroun@...
FRANCE

CHOUKROUN ATTALI ATLANI


JUROVSKY,Catherine
 

Hello apparently the National Archives will be reopening shortly. The Moscow Fund is interesting to find relatives that have had problems with the french authorities or were considered suspicious (communists/komintern, foreign agents, agitators....)
Best regards

Catherine JUROVSKY

France
catherine.jurovsky@...


Bernard Flam
 

Hi from Paris,
Dear Catherine,
I have started to check as I have names of our "Bundists" living in Paris before WWII and I found already some names.
So you can add "Bundists" in your list of suspicious persons.
May I add that French political police had some agents who learnt Yiddish (as others learnt Italian or Spanish , look how many "Ruiz" are in this archives) in order to be able to understand what was said during meetings.
Khavershaft
Bernard Flam
Archives & History of Medem Center - Arbeter Ring (Bund-Workmen Circle of France)