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Documents related to the Holocaust in Lviv (Lwow) and Lviv (Lwow) Region, The Lviv Collection, personal narratives

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RG-89.01, Jewish Historical Institute, analysis of collection, Martyrdom of the Lviv Jews, 1941 -- 1943

RG-89.02, A document, Lviv, December 1941

RG-89.03, Jews in Lviv, 1942, Ukrainian police

RG-89.04, Jews in Lviv, 1941, Expropriation of property by Ukrainians

RG-89.05, Maurycy Allerhand, narrative, letter to Colonel Steffens, July 1941

RG-89.06, Maurycy Allerhand, chronicle of days in Lviv, 1942

RG-89.07, Maurycy Allerhand, chronicle of days in Lviv, Arno Feller, 1941

RG-89.08, Maurycy Allerhand, chronicle, Lviv, Aktion, 1941

RG-89.09, M. Allerhand, pogrom in Lviv, requisition of his library, 1941

RG-89.10, M. Allerhand, chronology, request of his intervention, Lviv, 1941

RG-89.11, M. Allerhand, Requistion of his appartment and library, 1941

RG-89.12, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, November 1941

RG-89.13, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, 1942

RG-89.14, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, January 1942

RG-89.15, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, February 1942

RG-89.16, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, October 1941

RG-89.17, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, December 1941

RG-89.18, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, 1941

RG-89.19, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv December 1941, January 1942

RG-89.20, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, December 1941

RG-89.21, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, Aktion, November 1941

RG-89.22, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, February 1942.

RG-89.23, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, Pogrom, July 1941

RG-89.24, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, October 1941 -- January 1942

RG-89.25, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, Politeness of German officiers, July 1941

RG-89.26, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Interrogation of him by Colonel Steffens, July 1, 1941

RG-89.27, J. Berman, Chronicle, Ukrainian militia roundups for work and interrogations, June 1941

RG-89.28, J. Berman, Chronicle, Detention of Jews in the Gestapo prison on Pełczyńska Street, 1941

RG-89.29, J. Berman, Chronicle, The trip to Unterbergen - workers of Jewish Community forced to work on Yom Kippur, 1941

RG-89.30, J. Berman, Chronicle, Working conditions in barracks at Wolecka street, July 1941

RG-89.31, J. Berman, Chronicle, Jewish officials held hostage as a guarantee of delivery of 300 Jews to a labor camp in Kurowice, 1941

RG-89.32, J. Berman, Chronicle, Forced labor and confiscation of property of Russian officer, July 1941

RG-89.33, J. Berman, Chronicle, Visit of ss-man at J. Berman's place to confiscate his apartment, December, 1941

RG-89.34, J. Berman, Chronicle, The situation of Jews in Lviv; examples of roundups for forced work, January, 1942

RG-89.35, J. Berman, Chronicle, Visit of Ukrainian police in J. Berman apartment, January 6, 1942

RG-89.36, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Unauthorized roundups by Ukrainian police; ”fur campaign” ordered by German general, December 1941

RG-89.37, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Confiscation of personal belongings, ”fur campaign” and assault on S. Czortkower, January 1942

RG-89.38, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, The  ”fur campaign” in Lviv conducted by Jewish Police, December 27, 1941

RG-89.39, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Liquidation of Jews in Lviv, resettlement to the ghetto, December, 8-12, 1941

RG-89.40, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Robberies and street attack on Jews; the labor camp in Winniki, January 7, 1942

RG-89.41, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Forced labor and robberies of property of Jews, January 13-16, 1942

RG-89.42, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Robberies of property of Jews and confiscation of the apartments, December, 11-13, 1941

RG-89.43, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, German roundups for forced labor and street attack on Jews, December 14, 1941

RG-89.44, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Robberies of property of Jews and mistreatment of Jewish women, December 15-19, 1941

RG-89.45, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Storage of clothing collected from different countries of the world, December 22, 1941

RG-89.46, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Roundups of Jews for Arbeitsamt on Zamknięta Street, 1941-1942

RG-89.47, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Roundups of Jews for labor camps; registration of Jewish workers, March 27 – April 21, 1942

RG-89.48, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Resettlements of Jews; mistreatment of Jewish women by German police, November 8 – December 23, 1941

RG-89.49, S. Czertkower, Chronicle, Compulsory referral to labor camp in Kurowice, November 10, 1941

RG-89.50, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Description of roundups of Jews for the heavy works, January 25-31, 1942

RG-89.51, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Extortion of cash payments from Jews by Ukrainian Auxiliary Police, February 5-11, 1942

RG-89.52, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Work under a threat of execution of 12 Judenrats members, February 17-25, 1942

RG-89.53, Gold, Chronicle, The establishment of the Judenrat (Jewish Council) in Lviv, July, 1941

RG-89.54, Gold, Chronicle, New order concerning Jews after the occupation of Lviv, July - November, 1941

RG-89.55, Gold, Chronicle, Massacres in Brygidki prison, June 30 – July 1, 1941

RG-89.56, Gold, Chronicle, Works in Unterbergen; death of Joseph Parnas, September 1941 – March 1942

RG-89.57, Gold, Chronicle, Forced labors and general situation of Jews in Lviv, March 10, 1942

RG-89.58, Gold, Chronicle, The “snow removal campaign”, 10 February, 1942

RG-89.59, Gold, Chronicle, The situation of Jews in Lviv; confiscation of library collections, December 9-10, 1941

RG-89.60, Gold, Chronicle, Information about resettlements of Jews in Lviv, March 11, 1942

RG-89.61, Gold, Chronicle, Everyday life of Jews in Lviv, January 12, 1942

RG-89.62, Gold, Chronicle, Penalty for not wearing an armband, Jewish field hospitals for military purpose, February 11, 1942

RG-89.63, Gold, Chronicle, Everyday life of Jews in Lviv, January 13, 1942

RG-89.64, Gold, Chronicle, Kidnappings and murders of elder people, December 20, 1941

RG-89.65, Gold, Chronicle, Everyday life of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), December 11-12, 1941

RG-89.66, Gold, Chronicle, The situation of Jews in Lviv; dilemma of the Judenrat, December 22-23, 1941

RG-89.67, Gold, Chronicle, Repressions and robberies of Jewish property, December 1941 -  January 1942

RG-89.68, H.S., Chronicle, Liquidation of elder Jews in Lviv, December 4-10, 1941

RG-89.69, H.S., Chronicle, Roundups for forced labors conducted by Ukrainian Militia, July, 1941

RG-89.70.01, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928

RG-89.70.02, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928

RG-89.70.03, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928

RG-89.70.04, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928

RG-89.70.05, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928

RG-89.70.06, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928

RG-89.71, Chronicle, Report of Jewish Community on the Social Department, August 13 – December 31, 1941

RG-89.72, Chronicle, Report of the Economic Department to the Presidium of Jewish Community, December, 1941

RG-89.73, Chronicle, Parnas’s appeal on the contribution imposed on the Jewish Community, July 28, 1941

RG-89.74, Chronicle, Appointment of members of the Jewish Council, July 22, 1941

RG-89.75, Chronicle, Report on the activities of the Jewish Council, August 16 – September 30, 1941

RG-89.76, Chronicle, Appeal to Jewish Community for the “fur campaign”, January 4, 1942

RG-89.77, Chronicle, Authorization for the President of the Jewish Community to conduct the “fur campaign”, December 27, 1941

RG-89.78, Chronicle, Supplies for the smaller labor camps, June – December 1941

RG-89.79, Chronicle, Financial statements; a list of patients with Trachoma in Lviv province, July – December 1941

RG-89.80, Chronicle, Press cuttings - Gazeta Lwowska, Gazeta Zydowska, 1941-1942

RG-89.81, Chronicle, Financial statements of the Jewish Council, August 12, 1941



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Predominant Dates:1942, 1942

ID: RG-89/RG-89

Primary Creator: Maurycy Allerhand, Professor of Jurisprudence, the former Chairman of the Lviv Jewish Community, out (1868 -- 1942)

Other Creators: Gold, former administrative clerk of the outpatient clinic in Lwow., H.S., the inhabitant of the Lwow Ghetto., J. Berman, member of Jewish Council in the Lwow (Lviv) Ghetto, Salomon Czortkower, Polish anthropologist of Jewish origin.

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

Subjects: Actions of the German police in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Adolf Rotfeld, lawyer, deputy chairman of the Lviv Judenrat, Lwow, 1941, Arbeitsamt (German labor office), Arbeitsamt on Zamknięta Street, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Arrest of Joseph Parnas, the leader of the Judenrat in Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Arrests of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Arson of the synagogue on Boimow / Sobieskiego Street, Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Assault on S. Czortkower, Polish anthropologist of Jewish origin., Attacks on Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Barracks at Wolecka Street, Lviv (Lwow), Beatings of Jews by the police, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Borki Wielkie (Poland; German labor camp; Velyki Birky), Brygidki Prison in Lviv (Lwow), June, July 1941, Brygidki Prison in Lviv (Lwow), unearthing the NKVD crimes, June, July 1941, Children in the ghettos, Chronology of the extermination of Jewish in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1943, Clashes between Ukrainian and Jewish police, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Collaboration against the Jews between Polish citizens and the police, Lviv (Lwow), Collecting money and valuables to help those in concentration camps, Lviv (Lwow), 1942, Colonel Steffens, German administration, Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Confiscation of furs and warm clothing, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Confiscation of Jewish apartments in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Confiscation of library collections, Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Confiscation of personal belongings and property, Correspondence of prof. Maurycy Allerhand, 1941 -- 1942, Court of honor of the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in the US Occupation Zone of Germany, Czwartaki (Poland; German labor camp), Death of Joseph Parnas, the leader of the Judenrat in Lwow (Lviv), March, 1942, Detention of Jews by German police, Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Discovering and unearthing of the NKVD crimes in the Lviv prisons, June, July 1941, Disease in concentration camps, District Galizien (Eastern Galicia), German administrative unit of occupied Poland, Dni Petlury (Petlura Days), the arrests and murders of Jews conducted by Ukrainian Police, Lviv,1941, Documents in German language, Documents in Polish language, Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region), Everyday life of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941-1942, Execution of Jews, Executions of Jews in Brygidki Prison, Lviv as revenge for the NKVD crimes, June, July 1941, Executions of Jews in the yard of Lonckiego Prison in regard to the NKVD crimes, June, July, 1941, Executions of Jews in Zamarstynowska Prison in Lviv in regard to the NKVD crimes, June, July, 1941, Extermination of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), discourse and narrative, postwar, Extortion of cash payments from Jews by Ukrainian Auxiliary Police, wartime, Lviv (Lwow), Financial settlements in camps, Lwow (Lviv), 1941, Financial statements of the camps, Lwow (Lviv), 1941, First German-established Jewish Council (Judenrat) of Lviv (Lwow), July 1941, First German-established Jewish Council of Lviv, composition, July 22, 1941, Forced labor, Gazeta Lwowska, editorial board and contributors (1918 --1939), General Government (German-occupied Poland), 1939 -- 1945, German Armed Forces, Wehrmacht, German extortion of contributions in the ghettos, German operation "Zolldevisen kontrolle”, Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Gestapo activities in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Gestapo Headquarter on Pelczynska Street, Lviv (Lwow), Hiring contracts of Religious Community, Lviv (Lwow), Hunger in ghettos, 1939 -- 1945, Identification documents, the Lwow Ghetto, Lviv, 1942, Interrogation by Gestapo, Poland, J. Berman, member of Jewish Council in the Lwow (Lviv) Ghetto, Jaktoriv (Ukraine), Jaktorow (Poland), Jaktorow (Poland: German Labor Camp), Janowska (Poland: Concentration Camp), Janowska labor camp (Lvov, Ukraine), Jewish Community in Lviv (Lwow), Jewish conversion to Christianity, occupied Poland, 1941 -- 1942, Jewish Council (Judenrat) in Lviv (Lwow), Jewish District in Lviv (Lwow), Jewish field hospitals for military purpose, Lviv (Lwow), 1942, Jewish Order Police, Jewish pogroms in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv (Lwow), Jewish Religious Community of Lwow (Lviv), 1918 --1939, Jewish religious education in Lviv (Lwow), Jewish teachers, hiring contracts, Lviv (Lwow), XIX c., Jewish yellow stars of David, Jewish badges and patches, Jews are forced to Brygidki prison, Lviv in regard to unearthing the NKVD crimes, June, July 1941, Jews forced to work, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Jews regarded only as the workforce, Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Joachim Herman Allerhand, son of Maurycy Allerhand, Jozef Arno Feller, grandson of Maurycy Allerhand, Jozef Arno Feller, inmate in the Ghetto, Lviv (Lwow), Jozef Czeszer, Vice President of Jewish Religious Community in Lviv (Lwow), XIX c., Jozef Parnas, Chairman of Jewish Council (Judenrat), established by German administration July 1941, Jozef Parnas, executive of the Jewish community in Lwow, chairman of Judentrat in 1941, defiance, Kozaki (Poland; German labor camp), Kurowice (Poland; German labor camp; Kryvychi), Lacki Wielkie (Chervone – Lviv, Zolochiv, Ukraine), Lacki Wielkie (Poland; German labor camp), Legal advice from Maurycy Allerhand, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 9142, Leszek Leon Allerhand, grandson of Maurycy Allerhand, Liquidation of older Jews in Lviv, 1941, Living and working conditions of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 941 -- 1942, Lonckiego Prision in Lviv (Lwow), wartime, postwar, Lonckiego Prison in Lviv (Lwow), unearthing crimes of the NKVD, June, July 1941, Lviv (Ukraine), Lviv under German occupation, 1941 -- 1944, Lwow (Poland), Lwow (Poland: Ghetto), Lwow ( Poland: ghetto), Lwow, Lemberg, Lvov, Lviv, variants of this city name in history, Poland, Ukraine, USSR, Austria, Massacres in Brygidki (prison in Lviv on Kazimierzowska Street), Lwow, 1941, Maurycy Allerhand, Chairman as Govermental Commissar of Jewish Community in Lwow, 1924 - 1929, Maurycy Allerhand, Professor, professional and public activity, interwar, Lwow (Lviv), Maurycy Allerhand, Professor of Law, Lwow (Lviv), Commissar of the Jewish Communities in 1920s, Maurycy Allerhand, Professor of Law at the Jan Kazimierz University of Lwow (Lviv), 19th, 20th c., Maurycy Allerhand, rejection of German offer to take post of Chairman of Judenrat in Lviv, July 1941, Maurycy Allerhand and his wife perished in Janaowska camp, Lviv, August 10, 1942, Medical doctors, hiring contracts, Lviv (Lwow), XIX c., Meir Balaban, Jewish Polish historian, interwar period, Mistreatment of Jewish women, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Narratives in German language, Narratives in Polish language, Officials of Jewish Community in Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Orders of the German authorities, Lviv 1941, Organization Todt, civil and para-military German engineering entity, Penalty for not wearing Jewish armband, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Personal searches of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Pluchow (Poland; German labor camp; Pluhiv), Population of the labor camps near Lwow (Lviv), 1941, prison on Lackiego Street in Lviv, Lwow, 1941 -- 1942, Professor Maurycy Allerhand, confined to Lviv (Lwow) ghetto, 1941, 1942, Professor Maurycy Allerhand, intervie with Collonel Steffens, German administration, Lviv, July 1941, Prohibition of using the public transport for Jews, Lviv (Lwow), 1942, Publication of Teka Lwowska in Bulletin of ZIH (Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw), 1979, Rabbis, hiring contracts, Lviv (Lwow), XIX c., Registration of craftsmen and other workers to urban workshops, Lviv (Lwow), 1942, Registration of health professionals, Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Registration of unions of Commerce and Industry, Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Report of the Jewish Community in Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Requisition of M. Allerhand's library, Lviv (Lwow), August, 1941, Resettlements of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Restrictions for acquisition for Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Roundups of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Sadistic sexual mistreatment of Jewish women, Lviv (Lwow), 1941, Salomon Czortkower, Polish anthropologist of Jewish origin., Schutzstaffel (SS), Situation of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941-1942, Sobieski School in Lviv (collection point for deportation), Lwow, 1942, Storage of clothing collected from different countries (textilhandelsgesellschaft), Lviv (Lwow),1941, Supplies for the camps, Lwow (Lviv), 1941, Teka Lwowska (The Lviv Collection), wartime documents in regard to Jews, archival documents, Teka Lwowska, arrangements by Dr. Zygmunt Hoffman, ZIH, publication, 1979, The "Fur Campaign", Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, The "Music Campaign", Lviv (Lwow), 1942, The death penalty for Jews, Lviv (Lwow), 1942, The Deutsche Volksliste (German People's List), The first draft of the ghetto area in Lviv (Lwow), December, 1941, The Ghetto in Lviv (The Lwow Ghetto), the Lwow (Lviv) ghetto chronicle, 1941 -- 1943, The prediction of the liquidation of Jews, Lviv (Lwow), 1942, The role of the NKVD crimes in causation of Lviv (Lwow) Jewish Pogrom, June 30 -- July 2, 1941, The “Snow removal campaign”, Lviv (Lwow), 1942, Ukrainian auxiliary police in anti-Jewish actions, Lviv and Lviv region, 1941 -- 1944, Ukrainian auxiliary police in Lviv and Lviv region, 1941 -- 1944, Ukrainian perpetrated atrocities and crimes in regard to Jews in Lviv (Lwow), June, July 1941, Ukrainian self proclaimed militia in Lviv before the German takeover, June 30, 1941, July 1, 1941, Unterbergen (Pidhirtsi), Ukrainian village, Violence against Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942, Winniki (Poland; German labor camp; Vynnyky), work permits, Work supply in the Lwow Ghetto, Lviv, 1942, Yellow stars and armbands, Poland, 1939 -- 1945, Zamarstynowska Prison in Lviv (Lwow), unearthing of crimes of the NKVD, June, July 1941, Zamarstynowska Prison in Lviv (Lwow), wartime, Zina (Zinajda) Allerhand (born Rubinstein), daughter-in-law of Maurycy Allerhand, Zlotow (Poland; German labor camp; Zlotiv)

Forms of Material: Gazeta Zydowska (The Jewish Gazette)

Languages: Polish, German

Abstract

This a collection of documents, collectively know as Teka Lwowska or the Lwow (Lviv) Collections. It comprises the wartime accounts of distinguished functionaries of the Jewish Community of Lviv (Lwow). There documents comprising diaries and testimonies of Professor Maurycy Allerhand, namely his narration of the interview with German Colonel Stefens on July 2, 1941. There are a number of eye-witness testimonies of day-to-day ghetto occurances, round ups, actions and the service of Ukrainian auxiliary police in regard to executing Nazi-German policy and actions in the ghetto of Lviv (Lwow). They are contained in testimonies of four other authors: Solomon Czortkower - anthropologist, assistant of the same university; Berman, who was the teacher of German language in Lwow; Gold, who did not leave any more information about himself and a person who signed his relations with the initials “H.S.”. In addition, we can find here a few copies of the reports on the activities of the Judenrat (Jewish Council) in Lviv, the list of smaller labor camps near Lwow, newspaper clippings from the period of the occupation and the book of hiring contracts of Lvov Jewish Religious Community between years 1898-1928.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The core documents of this collections are listed below,

Maurycy Allerhand, narrative, letter to Colonel Steffens, Juli 1941;

Maurycy Allerhand, chronicle of days in Lviv, 1942;

M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, 1942; In addition there a number of sub-divided documents from Maurycy Allerhand written narrative in regard to the life in German-occupied Lviv (Lwow) and in the ghetto.

There is series of personal diary-like narrative written by J. Berman, an employee of the Jewish Council established by the German administration of Lviv (Lwow). These narratives largely relate to the actions of Ukrainian militia in late June, early July of 1941 and then to the day-to-day occurrences with Ukrainian auxiliary police and German police.

Accounts written by Polish scholar of Jewish descent, Salomon Czortkower relate to the actions of German authorities in regard to Jewish population of the ghetto, implemented by Ukrainian and German police.

The documents of this collection largely relate to the Jewish community under German occupation in Lviv (Lwow), in 1941, 1942.

In addition to the narratives of Maurycy Allerhand, J. Berman, Salomon Czortkower, there are a number of accounts of day-to-day round ups, actions and other atrocities imposed of Jews in the ghetto of Lviv (Lwow). The actions of perpetrators, largely Ukrainian police and German police are well described. There are also accounts in regard to the functionaries of Jewish Community of Lviv (Lwow) in prewar and wartime.

Collection Historical Note

It is a historic collection compising personal narratives reflecting prewar and wartime existential realities in regard to Jewish population of Lviv (Lwow) with the emphasis on the role of Jewish functionaries, Ukrainian self-proclaimed militia, then Ukrainian auxiliary police, a collaborating pro-German organization and German administration in its various facests.

On July 2, 1941, right in the aftermath of German takeover of Lviv (Lwow) Professor Maurycy Allerhand was summond for an interview to a high-ranking German official Colonel Steffens.

German administration was seeeking a comprehensive information of the structure and personalities with regard to the large Jewish population of Lviv (Lwow). They also were in preparation of setting up Jewish administration under their contrle, a Judent Rat (Jewish Council).

In the aftermath of the interview with Colonel Steffens, Professor Maurycy Allerhand, former Governmental Commissar of the Jeiwish Religious Community of Lviv narrated the text reflecting his discourse in regard to Colonel Steffens inquiries.

During the Polish times, the Jewish community in Lviv (Lwow, Lemberg) was originally organized according to the Austrian law of the year 1890, later according to the Polish law through the officially designated Jewish Religious Communities. According to the regulations of these laws, the community institutions consisted of two parts: a Council and an Executive Committee. But the government was allowed to dissolve both legislative and executive organs and place communal affairs under the supervision of a government commissioner (Commissar).

An installed Governmental Commissar had to be given an advisory board – but that organ had only advisory role. I was at the Head of the Community from December 1924 to the end of June 1929, first as instituted Governmental Commissar, later as elected Chairman of the Executive Committee. At the end of June 1929 I resigned before the time of elections, and since then I stayed away from official affairs and businesses of the Community.

The Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Jewish Religious Community in Lviv (Lwow) after me was Wiktor Chajes, who was followed by government-appointed Commissar and a regional state court Councilor Weichert, who was followed by Dr. Josef Parnas, who had the same rank. Parnas conducted elections, which resulted in Dr. Michael Ringel being elected to the chairman of the Executive Committee.

The Bolsheviks suspended the Jewish Community as an official representative organization and nationalized its assets. An official from Kiev supervised appropriation of the community’s assets of all types. Soviet State authorities appropriated or nationalized all the Jewish Community’s solid and liquid assets on behalf of the state.

With the removal of the Jewish Religious Community, the Jews of Lviv (Lwow) grouped according to the synagogues they normally attended. There was no longer a binding and controlling administrative and financial organization, also represented the Jewish population of Lviv (Lwow) as a whole. There were no longer a unified organizational structure for all Jewish population in Lviv (Lwow). Owing to the fact that the Jewish Community as an organization was abolished, the synagogues remained a means of communication and congregation, although to not much of avail.

There are a number of synagogues in Lviv (Lwow):  the Temple of Progressives on  Zolkiewsksa street, the Great Urban Synagogue on Boimow and Sobieski Streets, the Great Suburban Synagogue on Smocza Street and the so-called the Sykstuska Synagogue on Szajnocha Street. The synagogues are sustained by the contributions of the members and visitors – they can hardly be sustained, because the rent and, if they were nationalized, the taxes are very high.

It has come to attention so far that, with the violation of religious rules, money was collected after the service on Saturdays and religious holidays.

The Jewish Religious Community had four Rabbis. Two orthodox ones and two progressive ones. The Progressive Rabbi, Dr. Jecheskiel Lewin, residing on Kolataja Street is still alive, the others have perished. Furthermore, there are several Rabbis’ substitutes/cantors.

The Jewish Religious Community used to have an official administrative residence on Bernstein Street 12. The Community still maintains a cemetery, the Jewish Hospital, an orphanage, a primary school, a museum and slaughter houses etc.

In the course of the Soviet administration, September 1939 – June 1941, all these institutions were  taken over by the state, only the graveyard administration was carried on by some citizens with the help of former community officials, although remaining under supervision of the state authorities.

III

2a.

The Jewish Religious Community comprised administratively not only the city but also its suburbs and the surroundings amounting all Jewish population centered around it to the figure of 180.000 people.

Politically, most of the Jewish citizens belonged to the Orthodox-organized and to the National Zionist parties. The Zionists political spectrum is divided into ideologically variable political organizations. The General Zionists, Mizrachists, Hitachdut, Poalei Sijon Right, Poalei Sijon Left and Zionist Revisionists. Yet they possess a coherent leadership and appeared, with few exceptions, in public as one.

Even the Orthodox were divided, but the stray groups do not have a common/shared leadership.

Apart from the mentioned parties, there is a socialist party and social-democratic Jewish parties, largely in confrontation with the Zionists and the Orthodoxy. Moreover, there have always been a group of so-called assimilated Jews or Jews who regarded themselves Poles of Mosaic Faith.  They associate themselves with Polish national identity. Their numbers are not significant.

Jewish workers of the age of 25 and younger at the most committed to Communist Movement, namely to the Communist Party of Western Ukraine; It is not popular or typical for an average member of the Jewish Community to be associated with Communists. It is rather a manifestation of typology correlated to Jewish intelligentsia to support Jewish socialists and social democrats.

Naturally, the Community’s institutions and their functionaries stayed away from political activities, because the Community is regarded a non-political entity, but this does not exclude that individual people who were voted into the community’s Council and Executive Committee could not appear on Jewish political parties’ lists or embody polarized political views.

There is no Jewish freemason fraternity in Lvov.

IV

There only existed a sociability and charity organization of Bnei Brith Leopolis, whom the Polish government considered to be part of the freemason fraternity and therefore confiscated and dissolved its assets

There were a lot of Jewish charitable and cultural organizations in Lviv (Lwow).

Some ran nurseries; others dedicated themselves to the care of the poor sustain orphanages and care about communal free vocational education.

There also were Jewish private schools, a Jewish trade school, a Jewish Pedagogical Institute, Talmud Torah schools (primary religious schools). Their activities were supported by the Community and its budget continuously allocated funding for these organizations.

Jewish college students had different organizations, some of which received grants also from the Polish state. The purpose of these organizations was to either materially support the college students or promote science.

Formally all Jews of Lviv (Lwow) were member of the Jewish Religious Organization. They were supposed to render a communal tax (share). The amount of this share (tax) related to individual income. The members of the community were merchants, craftsmen, blue collar workers, lawyers, doctors, engineers, etc. Many Jews owned houses.

Since the Bolsheviks took over, the entire Jewish community has impoverished. The houses and the enterprises have been nationalized. The bank’s safety deposit boxes were opened forcibly and their content was taken, the deposits and records of deposit were only exchanged for 300 Zlotys. Practicing law was only allowed for some people.

Many lawyers and engineers therefore remained unemployed. The doctors continued being employed although their earnings hardly allowed them to maintain a prewar standard of living

V

It should also be emphasized that rich people were either forcibly taken to the USSR, namely to the Soviet interior, regarded as exile or removed from the city by other means. Some left city and country by taking their wealth with them – as long as it consisted of money, securities and jewelry relocating to Rumania, Palestine and America.

Of the people who stayed, the following are well-known: Dr. Michael Ringel, Dr. Josef Parnas, Dr. Rubin Sokal, Dr. Osias Wasser, Der. Heinrich Landesberg, Dr. Dawid Schreiber (during the Polish time he was responsible for the civil records, because according to the Austrian law, neither the state nor the Jewish religious community could keep the accounts of the Metrikabücher, but only a public official that is instituted by the authorities), Herman Axelbrad and some others.

I have written the above in the best to my knowledge and conscience. I am noticing, however, that since my resignation from the position of a Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Jewish Religious Community, I have stayed away from every public activity, just like I stayed away from public activities before December 1924. I also rejected the proposal to take a position of a Government Commissar for the Community when the intention arose to dissolve the community institutions. It was Wiktor Chajes who took this position.

To explain: I was approached with this proposition beyond a higher order.  But I emphasized that at the time I was working in the Jewish Community, I was reproached for being a scholar, not an administrator.

Professor Maurycy Allerhand, ordinary university professor / appointed during Austrian time, born June 28th 1868 in Przemysl / now General Government

Biographical Note

Professor Maurycy Allerhand, born in 1868 in Rzeszow, died in 1942 in Lviv (Lwow)

Professor Allerhand gained doctorate in Vienna University in 1892. In 1909 received habilitation of the Lwow University for a scholarly volume. He remained professor of Lviv (Lwow) University until the time of German occupation. Professor Allerhand published over one thousands scholarly works. In 1929, Professor Allerhand served as Chairman for the Executive Office of Lviv Jewish Community. He also held official and public offices related to jurisprudential activity.

In October 1941, he and his wife were forced to live in the Lviv ghetto. On September 10, 1942, Professor Allerhand and his wife were transported to Janowska Road Concentration Camp in Lviv. They both were murdered in the camp. His son Joachim (1897 – 1970), son’s wife Zina (1908 – 1978) and grandson Leszek (born in 1931) survived the Holocaust.

Subject/Index Terms

Actions of the German police in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Adolf Rotfeld, lawyer, deputy chairman of the Lviv Judenrat, Lwow, 1941
Arbeitsamt (German labor office)
Arbeitsamt on Zamknięta Street, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Arrest of Joseph Parnas, the leader of the Judenrat in Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Arrests of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Arson of the synagogue on Boimow / Sobieskiego Street, Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Assault on S. Czortkower, Polish anthropologist of Jewish origin.
Attacks on Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Barracks at Wolecka Street, Lviv (Lwow)
Beatings of Jews by the police, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Borki Wielkie (Poland; German labor camp; Velyki Birky)
Brygidki Prison in Lviv (Lwow), June, July 1941
Brygidki Prison in Lviv (Lwow), unearthing the NKVD crimes, June, July 1941
Children in the ghettos
Chronology of the extermination of Jewish in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1943
Clashes between Ukrainian and Jewish police, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Collaboration against the Jews between Polish citizens and the police, Lviv (Lwow)
Collecting money and valuables to help those in concentration camps, Lviv (Lwow), 1942
Colonel Steffens, German administration, Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Confiscation of furs and warm clothing, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Confiscation of Jewish apartments in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Confiscation of library collections, Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Confiscation of personal belongings and property
Correspondence of prof. Maurycy Allerhand, 1941 -- 1942
Court of honor of the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in the US Occupation Zone of Germany
Czwartaki (Poland; German labor camp)
Death of Joseph Parnas, the leader of the Judenrat in Lwow (Lviv), March, 1942
Detention of Jews by German police, Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Discovering and unearthing of the NKVD crimes in the Lviv prisons, June, July 1941
Disease in concentration camps
District Galizien (Eastern Galicia), German administrative unit of occupied Poland
Dni Petlury (Petlura Days), the arrests and murders of Jews conducted by Ukrainian Police, Lviv,1941
Documents in German language
Documents in Polish language
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
Everyday life of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941-1942
Execution of Jews
Executions of Jews in Brygidki Prison, Lviv as revenge for the NKVD crimes, June, July 1941
Executions of Jews in the yard of Lonckiego Prison in regard to the NKVD crimes, June, July, 1941
Executions of Jews in Zamarstynowska Prison in Lviv in regard to the NKVD crimes, June, July, 1941
Extermination of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), discourse and narrative, postwar
Extortion of cash payments from Jews by Ukrainian Auxiliary Police, wartime, Lviv (Lwow)
Financial settlements in camps, Lwow (Lviv), 1941
Financial statements of the camps, Lwow (Lviv), 1941
First German-established Jewish Council (Judenrat) of Lviv (Lwow), July 1941
First German-established Jewish Council of Lviv, composition, July 22, 1941
Forced labor
Gazeta Lwowska, editorial board and contributors (1918 --1939)
General Government (German-occupied Poland), 1939 -- 1945
German Armed Forces, Wehrmacht
German extortion of contributions in the ghettos
German operation "Zolldevisen kontrolle”, Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Gestapo activities in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Gestapo Headquarter on Pelczynska Street, Lviv (Lwow)
Hiring contracts of Religious Community, Lviv (Lwow)
Hunger in ghettos, 1939 -- 1945
Identification documents, the Lwow Ghetto, Lviv, 1942
Interrogation by Gestapo, Poland
J. Berman, member of Jewish Council in the Lwow (Lviv) Ghetto
Jaktoriv (Ukraine)
Jaktorow (Poland)
Jaktorow (Poland: German Labor Camp)
Janowska (Poland: Concentration Camp)
Janowska labor camp (Lvov, Ukraine)
Jewish Community in Lviv (Lwow)
Jewish conversion to Christianity, occupied Poland, 1941 -- 1942
Jewish Council (Judenrat) in Lviv (Lwow)
Jewish District in Lviv (Lwow)
Jewish field hospitals for military purpose, Lviv (Lwow), 1942
Jewish Order Police
Jewish pogroms in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Jewish Religious Community in Lviv (Lwow)
Jewish Religious Community of Lwow (Lviv), 1918 --1939
Jewish religious education in Lviv (Lwow)
Jewish teachers, hiring contracts, Lviv (Lwow), XIX c.
Jewish yellow stars of David, Jewish badges and patches
Jews are forced to Brygidki prison, Lviv in regard to unearthing the NKVD crimes, June, July 1941
Jews forced to work, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Jews regarded only as the workforce, Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Joachim Herman Allerhand, son of Maurycy Allerhand
Jozef Arno Feller, grandson of Maurycy Allerhand
Jozef Arno Feller, inmate in the Ghetto, Lviv (Lwow)
Jozef Czeszer, Vice President of Jewish Religious Community in Lviv (Lwow), XIX c.
Jozef Parnas, Chairman of Jewish Council (Judenrat), established by German administration July 1941
Jozef Parnas, executive of the Jewish community in Lwow, chairman of Judentrat in 1941, defiance
Kozaki (Poland; German labor camp)
Kurowice (Poland; German labor camp; Kryvychi)
Lacki Wielkie (Chervone – Lviv, Zolochiv, Ukraine)
Lacki Wielkie (Poland; German labor camp)
Legal advice from Maurycy Allerhand, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 9142
Leszek Leon Allerhand, grandson of Maurycy Allerhand
Liquidation of older Jews in Lviv, 1941
Living and working conditions of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 941 -- 1942
Lonckiego Prision in Lviv (Lwow), wartime, postwar
Lonckiego Prison in Lviv (Lwow), unearthing crimes of the NKVD, June, July 1941
Lviv (Ukraine)
Lviv under German occupation, 1941 -- 1944
Lwow (Poland)
Lwow (Poland: Ghetto)
Lwow ( Poland: ghetto)
Lwow, Lemberg, Lvov, Lviv, variants of this city name in history, Poland, Ukraine, USSR, Austria
Massacres in Brygidki (prison in Lviv on Kazimierzowska Street), Lwow, 1941
Maurycy Allerhand, Chairman as Govermental Commissar of Jewish Community in Lwow, 1924 - 1929
Maurycy Allerhand, Professor, professional and public activity, interwar, Lwow (Lviv)
Maurycy Allerhand, Professor of Law, Lwow (Lviv), Commissar of the Jewish Communities in 1920s
Maurycy Allerhand, Professor of Law at the Jan Kazimierz University of Lwow (Lviv), 19th, 20th c.
Maurycy Allerhand, rejection of German offer to take post of Chairman of Judenrat in Lviv, July 1941
Maurycy Allerhand and his wife perished in Janaowska camp, Lviv, August 10, 1942
Medical doctors, hiring contracts, Lviv (Lwow), XIX c.
Meir Balaban, Jewish Polish historian, interwar period
Mistreatment of Jewish women, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Narratives in German language
Narratives in Polish language
Officials of Jewish Community in Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Orders of the German authorities, Lviv 1941
Organization Todt, civil and para-military German engineering entity
Penalty for not wearing Jewish armband, Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Personal searches of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Pluchow (Poland; German labor camp; Pluhiv)
Population of the labor camps near Lwow (Lviv), 1941
prison on Lackiego Street in Lviv, Lwow, 1941 -- 1942
Professor Maurycy Allerhand, confined to Lviv (Lwow) ghetto, 1941, 1942
Professor Maurycy Allerhand, intervie with Collonel Steffens, German administration, Lviv, July 1941
Prohibition of using the public transport for Jews, Lviv (Lwow), 1942
Publication of Teka Lwowska in Bulletin of ZIH (Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw), 1979
Rabbis, hiring contracts, Lviv (Lwow), XIX c.
Registration of craftsmen and other workers to urban workshops, Lviv (Lwow), 1942
Registration of health professionals, Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Registration of unions of Commerce and Industry, Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Report of the Jewish Community in Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Requisition of M. Allerhand's library, Lviv (Lwow), August, 1941
Resettlements of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Restrictions for acquisition for Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Roundups of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Sadistic sexual mistreatment of Jewish women, Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Salomon Czortkower, Polish anthropologist of Jewish origin.
Schutzstaffel (SS)
Situation of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941-1942
Sobieski School in Lviv (collection point for deportation), Lwow, 1942
Storage of clothing collected from different countries (textilhandelsgesellschaft), Lviv (Lwow),1941
Supplies for the camps, Lwow (Lviv), 1941
Teka Lwowska (The Lviv Collection), wartime documents in regard to Jews, archival documents
Teka Lwowska, arrangements by Dr. Zygmunt Hoffman, ZIH, publication, 1979
The "Fur Campaign", Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
The "Music Campaign", Lviv (Lwow), 1942
The death penalty for Jews, Lviv (Lwow), 1942
The Deutsche Volksliste (German People's List)
The first draft of the ghetto area in Lviv (Lwow), December, 1941
The Ghetto in Lviv (The Lwow Ghetto)
the Lwow (Lviv) ghetto chronicle, 1941 -- 1943
The prediction of the liquidation of Jews, Lviv (Lwow), 1942
The role of the NKVD crimes in causation of Lviv (Lwow) Jewish Pogrom, June 30 -- July 2, 1941
The “Snow removal campaign”, Lviv (Lwow), 1942
Ukrainian auxiliary police in anti-Jewish actions, Lviv and Lviv region, 1941 -- 1944
Ukrainian auxiliary police in Lviv and Lviv region, 1941 -- 1944
Ukrainian perpetrated atrocities and crimes in regard to Jews in Lviv (Lwow), June, July 1941
Ukrainian self proclaimed militia in Lviv before the German takeover, June 30, 1941, July 1, 1941
Unterbergen (Pidhirtsi), Ukrainian village
Violence against Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Winniki (Poland; German labor camp; Vynnyky)
work permits
Work supply in the Lwow Ghetto, Lviv, 1942
Yellow stars and armbands, Poland, 1939 -- 1945
Zamarstynowska Prison in Lviv (Lwow), unearthing of crimes of the NKVD, June, July 1941
Zamarstynowska Prison in Lviv (Lwow), wartime
Zina (Zinajda) Allerhand (born Rubinstein), daughter-in-law of Maurycy Allerhand
Zlotow (Poland; German labor camp; Zlotiv)


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[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-89.01, Jewish Historical Institute, analysis of collection, Martyrdom of the Lviv Jews, 1941 -- 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-89.02, A document, Lviv, December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-89.03, Jews in Lviv, 1942, Ukrainian police],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-89.04, Jews in Lviv, 1941, Expropriation of property by Ukrainians],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-89.05, Maurycy Allerhand, narrative, letter to Colonel Steffens, July 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-89.06, Maurycy Allerhand, chronicle of days in Lviv, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-89.07, Maurycy Allerhand, chronicle of days in Lviv, Arno Feller, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-89.08, Maurycy Allerhand, chronicle, Lviv, Aktion, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-89.09, M. Allerhand, pogrom in Lviv, requisition of his library, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-89.10, M. Allerhand, chronology, request of his intervention, Lviv, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-89.11, M. Allerhand, Requistion of his appartment and library, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-89.12, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, November 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-89.13, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-89.14, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, January 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-89.15, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, February 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-89.16, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, October 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-89.17, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-89.18, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-89.19, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv December 1941, January 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-89.20, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-89.21, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, Aktion, November 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-89.22, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, February 1942.],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-89.23, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, Pogrom, July 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-89.24, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, October 1941 -- January 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-89.25, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, Politeness of German officiers, July 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-89.26, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Interrogation of him by Colonel Steffens, July 1, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-89.27, J. Berman, Chronicle, Ukrainian militia roundups for work and interrogations, June 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-89.28, J. Berman, Chronicle, Detention of Jews in the Gestapo prison on Pełczyńska Street, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-89.29, J. Berman, Chronicle, The trip to Unterbergen - workers of Jewish Community forced to work on Yom Kippur, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-89.30, J. Berman, Chronicle, Working conditions in barracks at Wolecka street, July 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-89.31, J. Berman, Chronicle, Jewish officials held hostage as a guarantee of delivery of 300 Jews to a labor camp in Kurowice, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-89.32, J. Berman, Chronicle, Forced labor and confiscation of property of Russian officer, July 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 33: RG-89.33, J. Berman, Chronicle, Visit of ss-man at J. Berman's place to confiscate his apartment, December, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 34: RG-89.34, J. Berman, Chronicle, The situation of Jews in Lviv; examples of roundups for forced work, January, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 35: RG-89.35, J. Berman, Chronicle, Visit of Ukrainian police in J. Berman apartment, January 6, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 36: RG-89.36, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Unauthorized roundups by Ukrainian police; ”fur campaign” ordered by German general, December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 37: RG-89.37, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Confiscation of personal belongings, ”fur campaign” and assault on S. Czortkower, January 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 38: RG-89.38, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, The  ”fur campaign” in Lviv conducted by Jewish Police, December 27, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 39: RG-89.39, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Liquidation of Jews in Lviv, resettlement to the ghetto, December, 8-12, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 40: RG-89.40, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Robberies and street attack on Jews; the labor camp in Winniki, January 7, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 41: RG-89.41, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Forced labor and robberies of property of Jews, January 13-16, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 42: RG-89.42, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Robberies of property of Jews and confiscation of the apartments, December, 11-13, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 43: RG-89.43, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, German roundups for forced labor and street attack on Jews, December 14, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 44: RG-89.44, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Robberies of property of Jews and mistreatment of Jewish women, December 15-19, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 45: RG-89.45, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Storage of clothing collected from different countries of the world, December 22, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 46: RG-89.46, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Roundups of Jews for Arbeitsamt on Zamknięta Street, 1941-1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 47: RG-89.47, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Roundups of Jews for labor camps; registration of Jewish workers, March 27 – April 21, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 48: RG-89.48, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Resettlements of Jews; mistreatment of Jewish women by German police, November 8 – December 23, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 49: RG-89.49, S. Czertkower, Chronicle, Compulsory referral to labor camp in Kurowice, November 10, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 50: RG-89.50, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Description of roundups of Jews for the heavy works, January 25-31, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 51: RG-89.51, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Extortion of cash payments from Jews by Ukrainian Auxiliary Police, February 5-11, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 52: RG-89.52, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Work under a threat of execution of 12 Judenrats members, February 17-25, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 53: RG-89.53, Gold, Chronicle, The establishment of the Judenrat (Jewish Council) in Lviv, July, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 54: RG-89.54, Gold, Chronicle, New order concerning Jews after the occupation of Lviv, July - November, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 55: RG-89.55, Gold, Chronicle, Massacres in Brygidki prison, June 30 – July 1, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 56: RG-89.56, Gold, Chronicle, Works in Unterbergen; death of Joseph Parnas, September 1941 – March 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 57: RG-89.57, Gold, Chronicle, Forced labors and general situation of Jews in Lviv, March 10, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 58: RG-89.58, Gold, Chronicle, The “snow removal campaign”, 10 February, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 59: RG-89.59, Gold, Chronicle, The situation of Jews in Lviv; confiscation of library collections, December 9-10, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 60: RG-89.60, Gold, Chronicle, Information about resettlements of Jews in Lviv, March 11, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 61: RG-89.61, Gold, Chronicle, Everyday life of Jews in Lviv, January 12, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 62: RG-89.62, Gold, Chronicle, Penalty for not wearing an armband, Jewish field hospitals for military purpose, February 11, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 63: RG-89.63, Gold, Chronicle, Everyday life of Jews in Lviv, January 13, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 64: RG-89.64, Gold, Chronicle, Kidnappings and murders of elder people, December 20, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 65: RG-89.65, Gold, Chronicle, Everyday life of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), December 11-12, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 66: RG-89.66, Gold, Chronicle, The situation of Jews in Lviv; dilemma of the Judenrat, December 22-23, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 67: RG-89.67, Gold, Chronicle, Repressions and robberies of Jewish property, December 1941 -  January 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 68: RG-89.68, H.S., Chronicle, Liquidation of elder Jews in Lviv, December 4-10, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 69: RG-89.69, H.S., Chronicle, Roundups for forced labors conducted by Ukrainian Militia, July, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 70: RG-89.70.01, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 71: RG-89.70.02, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 72: RG-89.70.03, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 73: RG-89.70.04, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 74: RG-89.70.05, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 75: RG-89.70.06, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 76: RG-89.71, Chronicle, Report of Jewish Community on the Social Department, August 13 – December 31, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 77: RG-89.72, Chronicle, Report of the Economic Department to the Presidium of Jewish Community, December, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 78: RG-89.73, Chronicle, Parnas’s appeal on the contribution imposed on the Jewish Community, July 28, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 79: RG-89.74, Chronicle, Appointment of members of the Jewish Council, July 22, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 80: RG-89.75, Chronicle, Report on the activities of the Jewish Council, August 16 – September 30, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 81: RG-89.76, Chronicle, Appeal to Jewish Community for the “fur campaign”, January 4, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 82: RG-89.77, Chronicle, Authorization for the President of the Jewish Community to conduct the “fur campaign”, December 27, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 83: RG-89.78, Chronicle, Supplies for the smaller labor camps, June – December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 84: RG-89.79, Chronicle, Financial statements; a list of patients with Trachoma in Lviv province, July – December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 85: RG-89.80, Chronicle, Press cuttings - Gazeta Lwowska, Gazeta Zydowska, 1941-1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 86: RG-89.81, Chronicle, Financial statements of the Jewish Council, August 12, 1941],
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Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-89.26, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Interrogation of him by Colonel Steffens, July 1, 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
A document from the Lwow (Lviv) ghetto chronicle narrated by Maurycy Allerhand, former Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Jewish Community in Lwow (Lviv). The document relates to atrocities and abuses committed by German Police, Ukrainian Police and local population in 1941 – 1943.
Subject/Index Terms:
Publication of Teka Lwowska in Bulletin of ZIH (Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw), 1979
Teka Lwowska (The Lviv Collection), wartime documents in regard to Jews, archival documents
Teka Lwowska, arrangements by Dr. Zygmunt Hoffman, ZIH, publication, 1979
Lviv (Ukraine)
Lwow (Poland)
General Government (German-occupied Poland), 1939 -- 1945
Eastern Galicia (Poland: Region)
District Galizien (Eastern Galicia), German administrative unit of occupied Poland
the Lwow (Lviv) ghetto chronicle, 1941 -- 1943
Documents in Polish language
Narratives in Polish language
Maurycy Allerhand, Professor of Law at the Jan Kazimierz University of Lwow (Lviv), 19th, 20th c.
Colonel Steffens, German administration, Lviv (Lwow), 1941
Professor Maurycy Allerhand, intervie with Collonel Steffens, German administration, Lviv, July 1941
Actions of the German police in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Interrogation by Gestapo, Poland
Joachim Herman Allerhand, son of Maurycy Allerhand
Brygidki Prison in Lviv (Lwow), June, July 1941
Gestapo activities in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1942
Gestapo Headquarter on Pelczynska Street, Lviv (Lwow)
Jewish Community in Lviv (Lwow)
Ukrainian auxiliary police in Lviv and Lviv region, 1941 -- 1944
Everyday life of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941-1942
Situation of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), 1941-1942
Creators:
Maurycy Allerhand, Professor of Jurisprudence, the former Chairman of the Lviv Jewish Community, out (1868 -- 1942)

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[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-89.01, Jewish Historical Institute, analysis of collection, Martyrdom of the Lviv Jews, 1941 -- 1943],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-89.02, A document, Lviv, December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-89.03, Jews in Lviv, 1942, Ukrainian police],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-89.04, Jews in Lviv, 1941, Expropriation of property by Ukrainians],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-89.05, Maurycy Allerhand, narrative, letter to Colonel Steffens, July 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-89.06, Maurycy Allerhand, chronicle of days in Lviv, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-89.07, Maurycy Allerhand, chronicle of days in Lviv, Arno Feller, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-89.08, Maurycy Allerhand, chronicle, Lviv, Aktion, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-89.09, M. Allerhand, pogrom in Lviv, requisition of his library, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-89.10, M. Allerhand, chronology, request of his intervention, Lviv, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-89.11, M. Allerhand, Requistion of his appartment and library, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-89.12, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, November 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-89.13, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-89.14, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, January 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-89.15, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, February 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-89.16, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, October 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-89.17, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-89.18, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-89.19, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv December 1941, January 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-89.20, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-89.21, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, Aktion, November 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-89.22, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, February 1942.],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-89.23, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, Pogrom, July 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-89.24, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, October 1941 -- January 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-89.25, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Lviv, Politeness of German officiers, July 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-89.26, M. Allerhand, Chronicle, Interrogation of him by Colonel Steffens, July 1, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-89.27, J. Berman, Chronicle, Ukrainian militia roundups for work and interrogations, June 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-89.28, J. Berman, Chronicle, Detention of Jews in the Gestapo prison on Pełczyńska Street, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-89.29, J. Berman, Chronicle, The trip to Unterbergen - workers of Jewish Community forced to work on Yom Kippur, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-89.30, J. Berman, Chronicle, Working conditions in barracks at Wolecka street, July 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-89.31, J. Berman, Chronicle, Jewish officials held hostage as a guarantee of delivery of 300 Jews to a labor camp in Kurowice, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-89.32, J. Berman, Chronicle, Forced labor and confiscation of property of Russian officer, July 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 33: RG-89.33, J. Berman, Chronicle, Visit of ss-man at J. Berman's place to confiscate his apartment, December, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 34: RG-89.34, J. Berman, Chronicle, The situation of Jews in Lviv; examples of roundups for forced work, January, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 35: RG-89.35, J. Berman, Chronicle, Visit of Ukrainian police in J. Berman apartment, January 6, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 36: RG-89.36, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Unauthorized roundups by Ukrainian police; ”fur campaign” ordered by German general, December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 37: RG-89.37, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Confiscation of personal belongings, ”fur campaign” and assault on S. Czortkower, January 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 38: RG-89.38, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, The  ”fur campaign” in Lviv conducted by Jewish Police, December 27, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 39: RG-89.39, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Liquidation of Jews in Lviv, resettlement to the ghetto, December, 8-12, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 40: RG-89.40, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Robberies and street attack on Jews; the labor camp in Winniki, January 7, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 41: RG-89.41, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Forced labor and robberies of property of Jews, January 13-16, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 42: RG-89.42, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Robberies of property of Jews and confiscation of the apartments, December, 11-13, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 43: RG-89.43, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, German roundups for forced labor and street attack on Jews, December 14, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 44: RG-89.44, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Robberies of property of Jews and mistreatment of Jewish women, December 15-19, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 45: RG-89.45, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Storage of clothing collected from different countries of the world, December 22, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 46: RG-89.46, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Roundups of Jews for Arbeitsamt on Zamknięta Street, 1941-1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 47: RG-89.47, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Roundups of Jews for labor camps; registration of Jewish workers, March 27 – April 21, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 48: RG-89.48, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Resettlements of Jews; mistreatment of Jewish women by German police, November 8 – December 23, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 49: RG-89.49, S. Czertkower, Chronicle, Compulsory referral to labor camp in Kurowice, November 10, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 50: RG-89.50, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Description of roundups of Jews for the heavy works, January 25-31, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 51: RG-89.51, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Extortion of cash payments from Jews by Ukrainian Auxiliary Police, February 5-11, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 52: RG-89.52, S. Czortkower, Chronicle, Work under a threat of execution of 12 Judenrats members, February 17-25, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 53: RG-89.53, Gold, Chronicle, The establishment of the Judenrat (Jewish Council) in Lviv, July, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 54: RG-89.54, Gold, Chronicle, New order concerning Jews after the occupation of Lviv, July - November, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 55: RG-89.55, Gold, Chronicle, Massacres in Brygidki prison, June 30 – July 1, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 56: RG-89.56, Gold, Chronicle, Works in Unterbergen; death of Joseph Parnas, September 1941 – March 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 57: RG-89.57, Gold, Chronicle, Forced labors and general situation of Jews in Lviv, March 10, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 58: RG-89.58, Gold, Chronicle, The “snow removal campaign”, 10 February, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 59: RG-89.59, Gold, Chronicle, The situation of Jews in Lviv; confiscation of library collections, December 9-10, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 60: RG-89.60, Gold, Chronicle, Information about resettlements of Jews in Lviv, March 11, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 61: RG-89.61, Gold, Chronicle, Everyday life of Jews in Lviv, January 12, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 62: RG-89.62, Gold, Chronicle, Penalty for not wearing an armband, Jewish field hospitals for military purpose, February 11, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 63: RG-89.63, Gold, Chronicle, Everyday life of Jews in Lviv, January 13, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 64: RG-89.64, Gold, Chronicle, Kidnappings and murders of elder people, December 20, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 65: RG-89.65, Gold, Chronicle, Everyday life of Jews in Lviv (Lwow), December 11-12, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 66: RG-89.66, Gold, Chronicle, The situation of Jews in Lviv; dilemma of the Judenrat, December 22-23, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 67: RG-89.67, Gold, Chronicle, Repressions and robberies of Jewish property, December 1941 -  January 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 68: RG-89.68, H.S., Chronicle, Liquidation of elder Jews in Lviv, December 4-10, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 69: RG-89.69, H.S., Chronicle, Roundups for forced labors conducted by Ukrainian Militia, July, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 70: RG-89.70.01, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 71: RG-89.70.02, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 72: RG-89.70.03, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 73: RG-89.70.04, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 74: RG-89.70.05, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 75: RG-89.70.06, Jewish Religious Community in Lviv, hiring contracts, 1890-1928],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 76: RG-89.71, Chronicle, Report of Jewish Community on the Social Department, August 13 – December 31, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 77: RG-89.72, Chronicle, Report of the Economic Department to the Presidium of Jewish Community, December, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 78: RG-89.73, Chronicle, Parnas’s appeal on the contribution imposed on the Jewish Community, July 28, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 79: RG-89.74, Chronicle, Appointment of members of the Jewish Council, July 22, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 80: RG-89.75, Chronicle, Report on the activities of the Jewish Council, August 16 – September 30, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 81: RG-89.76, Chronicle, Appeal to Jewish Community for the “fur campaign”, January 4, 1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 82: RG-89.77, Chronicle, Authorization for the President of the Jewish Community to conduct the “fur campaign”, December 27, 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 83: RG-89.78, Chronicle, Supplies for the smaller labor camps, June – December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 84: RG-89.79, Chronicle, Financial statements; a list of patients with Trachoma in Lviv province, July – December 1941],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 85: RG-89.80, Chronicle, Press cuttings - Gazeta Lwowska, Gazeta Zydowska, 1941-1942],
[Document/Artifact of Item-Level 86: RG-89.81, Chronicle, Financial statements of the Jewish Council, August 12, 1941],
[All]


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