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Registry of Holocaust Survivors, comp. Shoah : index des témoignages pour les victimes, comme listés dans les documents de la Commission extraordinaire soviétique [base de données en ligne]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.
Données originales : ЧРЕЗВЫЧАЙНАЯ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННАЯ КОМИССИЯ ПО УСТАНОВЛЕНИЮ И РАССЛЕДОВАНИЮ ЗЛОДЕЯНИЙ НЕМЕЦКО-ФАШИСТСКИХ ЗАХВАТЧИКОВ И ИХ СООБЩНИКОВ И ПРИЧИНЕННОГО ИМИ УЩЕРБА ГРАЖДАНАМ, КОЛЛЕКТИВНЫМ ХОЗЯЙСТВАМ (КОЛХОЗАМ), ОБЩЕСТВЕННЫМ ОРГАНИЗАЦИЯМ, ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫМ ПРЕДПРИЯТИЯМ И УЧРЕЖДЕНИЯМ СССР [Records of the Extraordinary State Commission to Investigate German-Fascist Crimes Committed on Soviet Territory from the USSR]. Moscow, Russia: State Archive of the Russian Federation (GARF), 1942-1951. Fond 7021. This data is provided in partnership with JewishGen.org.

 Shoah : index des témoignages pour les victimes, comme listés dans les documents de la Commission extraordinaire soviétique

Témoignages sur les victimes de l’Holocauste tels qu’enregistrés dans « Extraordinary State Commission to Investigate German–Fascist Crimes Committed on Soviet Territory » (Commission d’État extraordinaire pour examiner les crimes fascistes allemands commis dans le territoire soviétique), 1944 et 1945 Cette base de données fait partie d’une grande collection qui est mise à la disposition du public en collaboration avec JewishGen.Org. Cette collection inclut des documents du monde entier qui sont d’intérêt pour les généalogistes juifs.
This database includes over 60,000 records from the Soviet Extraordinary Commission.

Historical Background:

Created by the Soviet Union at the end of World War II to document German crimes during the occupation, the Soviet Extraordinary Commission compiled testimonial information gathered from the evidence of neighbors, eyewitnesses, and survivors. Regional commissions contributed their reports to a centralized commission in Moscow.

These records are from Fond 7021 of the State Archive of the Russian Federation (GARF), formerly known as the Central State Archive of the October Revolution (TsGAOR), in Moscow. Microfilmed copies are located in the Archives of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM), RG-22.002M (27 reels).

About the Database:

This database contains a name index created by the Registry of Holocaust Survivors to the testimonial documents compiled by the Soviet Extradorinay Commission. Because of the testimonial nature of these documents, this list should not be considered a comprehensive record of Jewish victims in the former Soviet Union.

Information contained in the index includes:

  • Name

  • Patronymic

  • Birth year

  • Gender

  • Notes

  • Source and other information to assist in locating names on the microfilm*

*Opis (Op) and Folder information refer to the organizational scheme used in the archival documents. Reel numbers are for the microfilm held by the USHMM archives. Page and line number refer to the individual documents within the collection.

This database contains records from the following regions:

  • Kharkov, Krym ASSR (Crimea), Nikolaev, Zaporozh'e

  • Chernigov, Kamenets-Podolskiy, Kirovograd, Krym ASSR (Crimea), Zhitomir

  • Chernigov, Kiev, Vinnitsa, Zhitomir

  • Kherson, Poltava, Vinnitsa

  • Minsk, Stalino, Sumy, Voroshilovgrad

  • Dnepropetrovsk, Stanislav, Tula

  • Grodno, Lvov, Rovno, Volynya

  • Chernovtsy, Rovno, Stanislav, Volynya

  • Chernovtsy, Leningrad

The original records are written in Cyrillic. The amount of information available on the original records varies drastically from list to list. Sometime town, district, region information will be available. Sometimes further information about the family or fate. Often, no additional information will be available.