Pomoć u traganju za licima 1941-1948

International Tracing Service (ITS) — Bad Arolsen

its_arolsen_logoAddress: Große Allee 5-9, Bad Arolsen 34454, Germany
Tel: (+49 5691) 6290
Web: http://www.its-arolsen.org
E-mail: email@its-arolsen.org

The International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen, Germany is a centre for documentation, information and research on Nazi persecution, forced labour and the Holocaust .The ITS archives document the fate of millions of victims whose names and memory are to be preserved.

The ITS archive holds 26,000 metres of various types of records. The alphabetically and phonetically arranged Central Name Index contains over 50 million reference cards for over 17.5 million people and is the key to the documents and correspondence files. Survivors, next of kin, local or other authorities as well as estate executors may file an online application for obtaining information on the fate of Nazi persecutees. If you are not related with the person you inquire, ITS will need a power of attorney. Sources from the territories of former Yugoslavia in the ITS archives include:

 

  • lists of forced labourers and civilians who had been interned in Yugoslavia under German administration;
  • death and prisoner lists from concentration camps in Yugoslavia; name registry of murdered and saved Jews in KL Jasenovac; list of Jews in KL Đakovo, buried in the Jewish cemetery in Đakovo (Croatia); name registry of Jewish victims in KL Banjica/Belgrade 1941—1944;
  • list of Jews, foreigners and emigrants, who were resident before 08.04.1941 in Niš (Serbia) and apparently were murdered by the occupying authorities;
  • registry of Yugoslav officers who were prisoners of war, whose families were interned in camp Sajmište near Belgrade, or whose families were in unknown places in Serbia;
  • list of deceased Yugoslavs in camp Susak (Fiume);
  • lists of internees in camps Jasenovac and Stara Gradiška (Croatia);
  • list of Jews in Šabac (Serbia) murdered by the Germans in August—October 1941; name registry of Jews who were shot in the village Zasavica near Šabac (Serbia) in October 1941;
  • name list of the civil internees from Yugoslavia who were in various KZs and other camps prior to 31.12.1943 (List compiled by the Serbian Red Cross, Belgrade);
  • benefit cards of the Public Health Fund for foreign civilian workers 1940—1945 (some after 1945), nationalities not mentioned, but countries from which they came include Yugoslavia;
  • death certificates of the civil registry office Versen of deceased prisoners of KL Neuengamme / detachment Meppen-Versen 16.11.1944—07.12.1944, countries of origin include Yugoslavia;
  • records of the former prisoner Nenad A. Ivković (Belgrade) about prisoners of KL Mauthausen / detachment Linz III;
  • records of the commander of the Security Police and the SD Belgrade concerning arrests of persons from Serbia and their whereabouts 1941—1944; Transfer of sick prisoners from Serbia to KL Sachsenhausen 1942; report about the escape of prisoners from the Organization “Todt” supply Brestovac (Brestovatz), Banat dated 29.08.1943;
  • list of civil internees from Yugoslavia who were imprisoned in the Casa di Rechesione di Allemandria (Italy) and released in mid-March 1944 on the order of German officials;
  • name register of foreigners who stayed in Upper Austria (Riedeck, Alberndorf, Perg and Naarn), listed nationalities include Croatia and Yugoslavia;
  • list of refugees from Croatia in Ohlsdorf, 15.06.1945;
  • lists of persons who are buried in a mass grave in the former German cemetery of Cilli/Celje (Slovenia);
  • lists of surviving Jews in Yugoslavia 1945—1946;

Link: Inquiries by survivors and family members
Link: Application forms in English, French, Russian and German


Arhiv Jugoslavije / Archives of Yugoslavia

arhivyu_logoAdresa: Vase Pelagića 33, Beograd 11000, Serbia
Tel: (+381 11) 3690-252, 3690-253, 3690-261, 3690-262.
Web: http://www.arhivyu.rs
Direktor: Miladin Milošević
E-mail: arhivyu@arhivyu.rs
Godina osnivanja: 1950

Arhiv Jugoslavije je nadležan da prikuplja, čuva, sređuje, obrađuje i daje na korišćenje arhivsku građu nastalu radom institucija jugoslovenske države (od osnivanja 1918. do raspada 2006. godine) i pojedinih ličnosti. U arhivu se može pronaći:

 

  • dokumentacija sa podacima o licima koja su odvođena u logor ili na prinudni rad u zemlji i inostranstvu tokom Drugog svetskog rata;
  • podaci o žrtvama Drugog svetskog rata (poginulim, ubijenim, umrlim ili nestalim);
  • delimična dokumentacija o proglašenjima građana za narodne neprijatelje posle Drugog svetskog rata.

 

Vidi još prezentacija Arhiva Jugoslavije na ovom portalu.


Muzej žrtava genocida / Museum of Genocide Victims

muzej-zrtava-genocidaDokumentacioni Centar
Adresa: Trg Nikole Pašića 11/III, Beograd 11000, Serbia
Tel: (+381 11) 3398-771, (+381 11) 3398-883.
Viši kustosi: Jovan Mirković, Nenad Antonijević i Dragan Cvetković
E-mail: yumg@bitsyu.net

Muzej žrtava genocida počeo je institucionalno da funkcioniše od januara 1995. godine. Radni prostori Muzeja (Dokumentacioni centar) se nalaze na Trgu Nikole Pašića 11 u Beogradu. U glavne zadatke Muzeja spadaju:

 

  • prikupljanje, obrada i čuvanje podataka o pojedinačnim i grupnim žrtvama zločina genocida, prinudnog raseljavanja, odvođenja u logor, prinudnog rada, pljačke imovine, i drugih činjenica;
  • prikupljanje, obrada i čuvanje građe o zločinima genocida, izvršiocima zločina genocida, spasiocima žrtava genocida;
  • obezbeđivanje korišćenja kulturno-istorijske građe i saznanja u kulturne, obrazovne, vaspitne i informativne svrhe.

 

Najznačajniji projekat Muzeja je revizija popisa Žrtve rata 1941-1945 iz 1964. godine. Cilj projekta je poimenično utvrđivanje žrtava Drugog svetskog rata sa punom identifikacijom, bez obzira na nacionalnu, versku, etničku, ideološku i vojno-formacijsku pripadnost. Među relevantnim zbirkama i fondovima se nalaze fond Žrtve rata 1941-1945, Fond građe o ratnim sukobima od 1991. godine, Fond međunarodni sud pravde, Fond Međunarodni krivični tribunal za bivšu Jugoslaviju u Hagu i Fond legata.


Crveni krst Srbije / Serbian Red Cross

crveni-krst-logoSlužba traženja / Tracing service
Adresa: Simina 19, Beograd 11000, Serbia
Tel: (+381 11) 3032-125
Web: http://www.redcross.org.rs
Kontakt osoba: Gordana Radukić
E-mail: gordana@redcross.org.rs, tracing@redcross.org.rs

Osnovni cilj Službe traženja je da olakša uspostavljanje porodičnih veza između lljudi koji su razdvojeni usled ratnih sukoba, prirodnih nepogoda, demografskih i društvenih kretanja. Služba traženja pruža građanima mogućnost da:

 

  • traže i dobiju sve podatke i informacije o boravku u logorima za vreme Drugog svetskog rata iz dokumentacije Crvenog krsta Srbije;
  • traže lica u zemlji i inostranstvu čiji nestanak nije vezan ili je posledica ratnog sukoba u zemlji i okruženju;
  • pokreću traženje za srodnicima koji se vode kao nestali tokom sukoba u bivšoj Jugoslaviji.

 

U svom radu, Služba traženja sarađuje sa svim institucijama, organizacijama i organima u zemlji i inostranstvu ,za koje zna i oceni da poseduju podatke i informacije koje mogu pomoći u traženju i rasvetljavanju sudbine nestalih lica.

Link: Crveni krst Srbije: Služba traženja / Serbian Red Cross: Tracing service

Obrasci
๏ [PDF] Zahtev Crvenom krstu Srbije za traženje lica / Tracing request for Serbian Red Cross


Vidi još:
Istraživanje demografskih gubitaka 1941-1948
๏ Baze podataka, poimenični popisi i žrtvoslovi 1941-1948
Spiskovi boraca partizana (1941-1945)

Ažurirano: 26.02.2013.

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