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RG-07.01, Twenty Years after Liberation

RG-07.02, Postwar investigations, materials

RG-07.03, Postwar Publications and monographs



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Title: Postwar Publications and Scholarship on the Holocaust, 1939-1988Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1933 -- 1945

ID: RG-07/RG-07

Primary Creator: Central Comission of investigation of German crimes in Poland (1939 -- 1945)

Extent: 0.0

Arrangement:

The arrangement scheme for the record group was imposed during processing in the absence of an original order. Materials are arranged by subject, then by identifier, as assigned by the processor.

Record group is comprised of three collections: 1. Collection of publications on twenty years after liberation; 2. Collection on postwar investigations; 3. Collection of postwar publications and monographs.

Subjects: German-Nazi crimes in occupied countries of Europe, Polish scientific publications about the History of the Holocaust, postwar, Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust

Languages: Polish, Yiddish, French, German, English

Abstract

This Recorrd Group contains publications related to the postwar investigation of the German-Nazi crimes in German-occupied and controlled territories

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The record group includes scholarly and general works, as well as commemorative publications written and compiled after the Holocaust by individual authors, survivors' organizations, and public institutions. The authors of these publications had either experienced the Nazi genocide directly as prisoners or fought in the Resistance. These works primarily reflect the regional history of the Holocaust in Europe. This record group also contains collections of photo-documents, namely of twenty-years after liberation, the Jewish resistance, and the memorialization of the Holocaust; and post-Holocaust art--sketches, watercolors, oil on paper and cancas, and reproductions; and camp and ghetto artworks. Some materials are digitized.

Collection Historical Note

In this record group, the group of publications on the regional histories of the Holocaust differs from the modern scholarship. Largely, it stems from two major sources, namely the materials of Special Commissions investigating the Nazi crimes in the occupied territories and written and oral testimonies of former prisoners of Nazi camps and ghettos. The former Nazi prisoners were not officially defined as survivors of the Holocaust in the postwar time. The authors, often historians by profession, published their works in Poland and in the United States, where a number of them eventually immigrated. Also in this recordg group is postwar research on the Holocaust, which covers the period of German occupation of the major Polish cities, ghetto uprisings and a number of Nazi concentration camps, mainly in Poland.

RG - 07.01, Twenty Years after Liberation, a journal

RG-07.01.01, Photograph, Fourteen detainees killed at the electric wire, for Nazis' amusement

RG-07.01.02, Photograph, Twenty years later ('Pay forever for Auschwitz' - title of the National Newspaper on Nov 20, 1964)

RG-07.01.03, Photograph, A camp prisoner bowl (spoon) for soup

RG-07.01.04, Photograph, A group of detainees leaves the camp Royalieu for the train station of Compiegne

RG-07.01.05, Photograph, A young patriot being shot in a citadel of Armiens

RG-07.01.06, Photograph, Above - 'Uprising of Buchenwald of April 11, 1945' by Boris Tatzlitzki; Below - men with machine gun

RG-07.01.07, Photograph, Above - cattle car of corpses; below - the ones left behind in the camps, mostly the sick

RG-07.01.08, Photograph, Above - torturing of detainee; below - device for shot in the neck

RG-07.01.09, Photograph, Above - Nazi humiliation; below - roll call in Oranienburg concentration camp

RG-07.01.10, Photograph, After leaving the cattle car, the prisoners are told to line up in groups of 5

RG-07.01.11, Photograph, Allied liberation, Kommando Dachau

RG-07.01.12, Photograph, Arrest of Jews

RG-07.01.13, Photograph, 'At these places of fascist crimes, we condemn...'

RG-07.01.14, Photograph, Auschwitz-Birkenau (min. of four million deaths)

RG-07.01.15, Photograph, Boy, probably in a concentration camp

RG-07.01.16, Photograph, Cattle car filled with 120 detainees

RG-07.01.17, Photograph, Concentration Camps with death toll

RG-07.01.18, Photograph, Elderly woman with children on the way to a gas chamber

RG-07.01.20, Photograph, Former Concentration Camp prisoners in a restaurant or café

RG-07.01.21, Photograph, Former Soviet and Spanish deportees joined armed forces again

RG-07.01.22, Photograph, French newspaper article about the death sentence of 27 criminals

RG-07.01.23, Photograph, Group of prisoners forced to play music while their comrades are brought to execution

RG-07.01.24, Photograph, Hanging of a prisoner

RG-07.01.25, Photograph, Himmler and other Nazi officials at an inspection of Mauthausen

RG-07.01.26, Photograph, Hitler welcomed on his tour to Ruhr by the regional tycoons (left - Thyssen, right - Voegler)

RG-07.01.27, Photograph, Homecoming to the families

RG-07.01.28, Photograph, Images of occupied France

RG-07.01.29, Photograph, 'Images of the Apocalypse' - Camp with corpses on the ground

RG-07.01.30, Photograph, Imprisoned children

RG-07.01.31, Photograph, Imprisoned women at work

RG-07.01.32, Photograph, In the core of the horror, the living dead

RG-07.01.33, Photograph, Invasion of Poland, demolishing of a Polish turnpike

RG-07.01.34, Photograph, It was 20 years ago, liberation of the death camps (12)

RG-07.01.35, Photograph, It was 20 years ago, liberation of the death camps (25)

RG-07.01.36, Photograph, It was 20 years ago, liberation of the death camps (81)

RG-07.01.37, Photograph, It was 20 years ago, liberation of the death camps

RG-07.01.38, Photograph, Probably political prisoners in the beginning of the Nazi era

RG-07.01.39, Photograph, Left – crematories, right – the “Sonderkommando” at work

RG-07.01.40, Photograph, Left – women, men, and children; right – “the railroad track at the end of the world”

RG-07.01.41, Photograph, Kristallnacht, Jewish businesses destroyed, Nazi rally

RG-07.01.42, Photograph, Letter concerning the removal of gold teeth

RG-07.01.43, Photograph, Letter

RG-07.01.44, Photograph, Liberation (2)

RG-07.01.45, Photograph, Liberation of Mauthausen

RG-07.01.46, Photograph, Liberation

RG-07.01.47, Photograph, Line of women, probably waiting to be gassed or shot

RG-07.01.48 – lower right – smashed windows, destroyed stores; lower picture-Alfred Ernst Christian Alexander Hugenberg examining the ‘Brown Shirts’

RG-07.01.49-Medical experiments on prisoners. Upper-prisoner in bath tub that is filled with ice, SS doctors see the time until death

RG-07.01.50, Photograph, Nude female prisoner and a boy

RG-07.01.51, Photograph, Parade of Germans in traditional dress (above)

RG-07.01.52, Photograph, Paradox scene, flowers just in front of the blocks

RG-07.01.53, Photograph, Party rally

RG-07.01.54, Photograph, People not sent directly to the gas chambers were disinfected

RG-07.01.55, Photograph, Enthusiastic crowd

RG-07.01.56, Photograph, Piles of bodies

RG-07.01.57, Photograph, Piles of shoes and hair

RG-07.01.58, Photograph, Prisoner on bunk bed

RG-07.01.59, Photograph, Prisoner

RG-07.01.60, Photograph, Prisoners of Buchenwald in their bunk beds

RG-07.01.61, Photograph, Public notice on the execution of ten hostages as “atonement” for the assaults of the German army

RG-07.01.62, Photograph, Report of test series on prisoners

RG-07.01.63, Photograph, Roll call (2)

RG-07.01.64, Photograph, Roll call (3)

RG-07.01.65, Photograph, Roll call

RG-07.01.66, Photograph, Scene of Nazi massacre

RG-07.01.67, Photograph, Soldier standing in front of a pit with bodies of kids

RG-07.01.68, Photograph, SS daggers inscribed with the slogan 'Honor is my dignity'

RG-07.01.69, Photograph, 'Stairway to Death' in Mauthausen concentration camp

RG-07.01.70, Photograph, Hitler greets Vichy officials

RG-07.01.71, Photograph, The gate to hell

RG-07.01.72, Photograph, The last moments before liberation, by order of Hitler all detainees were to be exterminated

RG-07.01.73, Photograph, The quarry 'Wiener Graben' of Mauthausen CC

RG-07.01.74, Photograph, Soldier discovers gas chambers

RG-07.01.75, Photograph, This child has a number tattooed on his arm

RG-07.01.76, Photograph, Thousands of Jews from Paris arrested on July 16 and 17, 1942

RG-07.01.77, Photograph, Torture of prisoners

RG-07.01.78, Photograph, Upper image - Interrogation of Carl von Ossietzky

RG-07.01.79-upper-June 1940 Nazi troops marching to the Champs-Elysees; lover-Hitler, Marschall Keitel and general Speidel on Montmarte

RG-07.01.80, Photograph, Upper – Child in front of ruins in Warsaw, Lower – May 1940 invasion of Holland, Belgium, and France

RG-07.01.81, Photograph, Upper – Showers, Lower – Cyclon B

RG-07.01.82, Photograph, Victims of the death marches

RG-07.01.83, Photograph, What happened to them

RG-07.01.84, Photograph, Women performing forced hard labor

RG-07.01.85, Photograph, Young Spanish Republican killed by a hit of a shovel in the Baukommando of Mauthausen in 1941

RG-.07.02, Postwar investigations, materials

RG-07.02.01, Biuletyn Glownej Komisji Badania Zbrodni Hitlerowskich W Polsce

RG-07.02.02, Dokumenty Materialy Getto Lodzkie

RG-07.02.03, Janowska Camp

RG-.07.03, Postwar publications and monographs

RG-07.03.01, The Last Days of the Warsaw Ghetto in Yiddish

RG-07.03.02, The Jewish Revolt

RG-07.03.03, A Jew from Klementow tells a story

RG-07.03.04, German atrocities and annihilation of the Jews of Warsaw

RG-07.03.05, Destruction and Rising. The Epic of the Jews in Warsaw, a book

RG-07.03.06, Pamietnik

RG-07.03.07, Przyczynek Do Znajomosci Stosunkow Demograficznych Wsrod Ludnosci Zydowskiej

RG-07.03.08, Pages of a Ghetto-Diary

RG-07.03.09, Die Wahrheit Ueber Das Konzentrationslager Buchenwald

RG-07.03.10, Wiktor Lemiesz. Paragraf 1 Zbrodnia (Paragraph 1, Crime)

RG-07.03.11, Czesław Madajczyk. Generalplan Ost

RG-07.03.12, Jerzy Ficowski. Odczytanie Popiołόw (Reconstructing the Ashes)

RG-07.03.13, Jakόb Apenszlak. Śpiew Za Drutami Poezjie (Singing behind Barbed Wires)

RG-07.03.14, Polska Droga (The Poles Will Not Accept Defeat)

RG-07.03.15, B. Mark. Powstanie W Getcie Warszawskim (Warsaw Ghetto Uprising) RG-07.03.16, Jakόb Szacki. In Memoriam

RG-07.03.17, Organizational Flights, Organizowanie Wsciektosci

RG-07.03.18, Ruch Podziemny w Ghettach i Obozach (Underground Movement in the Ghettos and Camps)

RG-07.03.19, Bernard Mark. Walka i Zagtada Warszawskiego Getta (Struggle and Annihilation in Warsaw Ghetto)

RG-07.03.20, Jόzef Wulf. Oczyma Dwunastoletniej Dziewczyny

RG-07.03.21, Michał Maksymilian Borwicz.  Literatura W Obozie

RG-07.03.22, Leon Wanat. Za Murami Pawiaka Przedmowa Poli Gojawiczynskiej

RG-07.03.23, Jakub Poznański. Pamietnik z getta Lodzkiego

RG-07.03.24, Szymon Datner. Zbrodnie Wehrmachtu na jencach

RG-07.03.25, Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, B. Mark. Powstanie W Getcie Warszawskim

RG-07.03.26, Zbiόr Dokumentόw. Eksterminacja Żydόw Na Ziemiach Polskich W Okresie Okupacji Hitlerwskiej

Biographical Note

After the liberation, comission investigating Nazi crimes were created in several forme occupied European countries

Subject/Index Terms

German-Nazi crimes in occupied countries of Europe
Polish scientific publications about the History of the Holocaust, postwar
Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust

Administrative Information

Repository: Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

Access Restrictions: no restrictions

Use Restrictions:

Copyrighted materials, credits to and references to the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust are required

Digital copies might be available upon request

Preferred Citation: RG-07, Postwar Publications and Scholarship on the Holocaust. Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Archive.

Processing Information: Materials are primarily described using the local descriptive standards of the LA Museum of the Holocaust.


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[Sub-Collection 1: RG-07.01, Twenty Years after Liberation, 1939 -- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 2: RG-07.02, Postwar investigations, materials, 1939-- 1945],
[Sub-Collection 3: RG-07.03, Postwar Publications and monographs, 1946--1970s],
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Sub-Collection 2: RG-07.02, Postwar investigations, materials, 1939-- 1945Add to your cart.
This collection contains written postwar material regarding a personal experience in Janowska Road concentration camp in Lwow (Lviv), 1941 -- 1943
Subject/Index Terms:
Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust, published in Poland
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Investigation of Nazi Crimes
Poland (Europe)
Janowska Road (Lwow, Poland: Concentration Camp), non - German guards, 1941 -- 1943
Polish scientific publications about the History of the Holocaust, postwar
Personal narratives on Nazi German concentration camps, wartime
Uniwersytet Zbirow (University of Criminals), by Michal M. Borwicz
Personal testimonies, postwar
Testimonies, postwar
Jewish Historical Commission of Krakow, postwar
Documents in Polish language
Janowska (Poland: Concentration Camp)
Force labor in concentration camps, Janowska Road Concentration Camp, 1941 -- 1944
Appel (Roll Call) in Janowska Road Concentration Camp, 1941 -- 1943
Auxiliary, non-German guards in concentration camps, Janowska Road concentration camp
Gustaw Wilhaus, Nazi-German official, Janowska Road Camp, Lwow, Poland, 1941 -- 1944
Defiance in Nazi-German concentration camps, Janowska Road Concentration Camp, 1941 -- 1943
Janowska labor camp (Lvov, Ukraine)
Janowska Road Camp, subdivision of D.A.W, Lwow, Poland, 1941 -- 1943
Piaski, mass extermination site near the Janowska Road Concentration Camp
Valley of Death, mass execution site outside of Janowska camp
Fritz Gebauer, Nazi-German official, Janowska Road Camp, Lviv, 1941 -- 1944
Holocaust in Lviv (Lwow), 1941 -- 1944
Lwow (Poland)
Lwow (Poland: Ghetto)
Survivors of Janowska, testimonies, 1946
Survivor testimonies, 1946
concentration camp photographs
Photographs, concentration camps
Photo-documents of Janowska concentration camp
Maria Hochberg-Marianska, author of The Children accuse, child testimonies
Kleparow (Lwow, Poland)
Kleparow railroad station, a deportation junction, 1941 -- 1943
Holocaust-related art
Artistic depictions of Janowska camp, photography and artwork
Bone-crushing machine
DAW industries, Janowska camp
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
Central Commission for Investigation of German Crimes in Poland, 1945-1949
Revolt in Janowska Road concentration camp in Lwow (Lviv), November 1943
Evidences of Nazi-German crimes against humanity, peace and warcrimes
war crimes trials, Nazi Germans
Adolf Hitler, dictator and German Chancellor and President
Revolts in Nazi German concentration camps, wartime
Janowska Road (Lwow, Poland: concentration camp), Nazi-German camp authorities, 1941 -- 1943
Atrocities in Janowska Road concentration camp in Lwow (Lviv), 1941 -- 1943
Janowska Road (Lwow, Poland: Concentration Camp)
Prisoners of the Janowska Concentration Camp and the Camp Orchestra
Lviv (Ukraine)
Narratives in Polish language
Atrocities in Nazi German concentrtion camps, 1933 -- 1945
Personal narrative on Janowska Road concentration camp in Lwow (Lviv), 1941 -- 1943
Creators:
Central Commission for Investigating of German Crimes in Poland (1939 -- 1945)
Main Commission for the Investigation of Nazi Crimes in Poland
Arthur Eisenbach, Holocaust historian (1946)
Michal M. Borwicz, former Janowska prisoner, Polish partisan, poet and novelist
The Jewish Historical Commission of Krakow
Maria Hochberg-Marianska (1946)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-07.02.01, Biuletyn Glownej Komisji Badania Zbrodni Hitlerowskich W Polsce, 1960Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
The publication called Biuletyn Glownej Komisji Badania Zbrodni Hitlerowskich W Polsce, Newsletter from the Main Commission for the Investigation of Nazi Crimes in Poland. It was published in Warsaw, Poland in 1960.
Subject/Index Terms:
Investigation of Nazi Crimes
Poland (Europe)
Nazi crimes in Poland
Warsaw (Poland)
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Central Commission for Investigation of German Crimes in Poland, 1945-1949
Eichmann, Adolf
Evidences of Nazi-German crimes against humanity, peace and warcrimes
war crimes trials, Nazi Germans
Documents in Polish language
Adolf Hitler, dictator and German Chancellor and President
Lodz (Poland)
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Warsaw (Poland: ghetto)
Krakow (Poland: Ghetto)
Creators:
Main Commission for the Investigation of Nazi Crimes in Poland
Central Comission of investigation of German crimes in Poland (1939 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-07.02.02, Getto Lodzkie: Dokumenty Materialy by Artur Eisenbach, 1946Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
The cover and first few pages of the book entitled Getto Lodzskie: Dokumenty Materialy Do Dziejow Okupacji Niemieckiej W Polsce Tom III by Artur Eisenbach.  Lodz Ghetto: Documents and materials on the history of German occupation in Poland, Volume III by Arthur Eisenbach.  The book was printed in Warsaw, Lodz, and Krakow, Poland in 1946.
Subject/Index Terms:
Poland (Europe)
Nazi crimes in Poland
Polish scientific publications about the History of the Holocaust, postwar
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Warsaw (Poland)
German-occupied Poland, 1939-1945
German occupation regime in General Government (Poland), 1939 -- 1945
Life under German occupation--Poland (1939-1945)
Holocaust, history
The Holocaust in Poland
Lodz (Poland: Ghetto)
Krakow, Poland
Documents in Polish language
Postwar research and narratives on the History of the Holocaust, published in Poland
Creators:
Arthur Eisenbach, Holocaust historian (1946)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-07.02.03, Janowska Camp, Uniwersytet Zbirow by Michal M. Borwicz, 1946Add to your cart.View associated digital content.
The full book entitled Uniwersytet Zbirow by Michal M. Borwicz. The book was printed in Krakow, Poland 1946.
Subject/Index Terms:
Kraków (Poland)
Nazi crimes in Poland
Polish scientific publications about the History of the Holocaust, postwar
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Poland (Europe)
Uniwersytet Zbirow (University of Criminals), by Michal M. Borwicz
Personal testimonies, postwar
Testimonies, postwar
Jewish Historical Commission of Krakow, postwar
Documents in Polish language
Janowska (Poland: Concentration Camp)
Force labor in concentration camps, Janowska Road Concentration Camp, 1941 -- 1944
Appel (Roll Call) in Janowska Road Concentration Camp, 1941 -- 1943
Auxiliary, non-German guards in concentration camps, Janowska Road concentration camp
Gustaw Wilhaus, Nazi-German official, Janowska Road Camp, Lwow, Poland, 1941 -- 1944
Defiance in Nazi-German concentration camps, Janowska Road Concentration Camp, 1941 -- 1943
Janowska labor camp (Lvov, Ukraine)
Janowska Road Camp, subdivision of D.A.W, Lwow, Poland, 1941 -- 1943
Piaski, mass extermination site near the Janowska Road Concentration Camp
Valley of Death, mass execution site outside of Janowska camp
Fritz Gebauer, Nazi-German official, Janowska Road Camp, Lviv, 1941 -- 1944
Lviv (Ukraine)
Lwow (Poland)
Lwow (Poland: Ghetto)
Survivors of Janowska, testimonies, 1946
Survivor testimonies, 1946
concentration camp photographs
Photographs, concentration camps
Photo-documents of Janowska concentration camp
Maria Hochberg-Marianska, author of The Children accuse, child testimonies
Kleparow railroad station, a deportation junction, 1941 -- 1943
Kleparow (Lwow, Poland)
Holocaust-related art
Artistic depictions of Janowska camp, photography and artwork
Sand hills, extermination site outside of Janowska camp
Bone-crushing machine
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, Janowska camp
Creators:
The Jewish Historical Commission of Krakow
Michal M. Borwicz, former Janowska prisoner, Polish partisan, poet and novelist
Maria Hochberg-Marianska (1946)

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