Benjamin Eichler
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Brief Description: Materials on the history of the Jewish community of Slovakia, 1918-1972, pertaining mostly to the Holocaust and post-Holocaust period.      Materials relating to non-Jews who aided Jews; partisans and resistance fighters;  people active in Jewish community affairs after World War II;  the Sered labor camp, including testimony about the camp, lists of Jewish prisoners and deportations; transports;  other camps; synagogues in postwar Slovakia.      Statutes of Jewish communities and charitable organizations in Czechoslovakia before 1938, including the following communities:  Kosice, Melciciach, Nadase, Smolenice, Stara Tura, Safarikovo, Tornalja, Bratislava, Svaty Jur.  Materials relating to: Jewish cemeteries in Slovakia after World War II; graves in the old Jewish cemetery in Bratislava; mass graves in Petrzalka.
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YIVO Online Guide
Record Series Number: RG 1097/RG 1097
Created by: Eichler, Benjamin
Volume: 0.0
Subject Index
Community Records
Concentration, Death, Labor, and Internment camps
Holocaust and Aftermath
Resistance, World War II
Survivors, Holocaust
Genres/Forms of Material
Documents - Collection
Finding Aid Revisions: 1994/11/22 ; 1999/03/08 ; GB, yat
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