Lists of Data Relevant to Holocaust Victims / Survivors from Southeast Poland

Property and Taxes

1) List of Lublin District Jews on Whom Germans Imposed Taxes (97 names)
Full listing available online

2) List of Jewish property in Chelm
Available online

3) List of Jews from Grabowiec who were born between 1920-1938 (1283 names)
Available via Yad Vashem Archive, item number 9130453

4) List of property owners in Zamosc Old City (excludes "New Zamosc")
Available online

S.S. in Lublin District

5) Records from trials at the District Court in Zamosc
1945-1966; relates to crimes committed by the Germans and their collaborators.

6) Records of the S.S. in Lublin
Data on Biskupice and Zamosc Judenrats; information about combatting partisans;
and records of the Zentralbauletiung der Waffen SS und Polizei in Lublin.

7) Records of the S.S. in Lublin
Members of the Judenrats of Biskupice and Trawniki.

8) SS und Polizeifuhrer im Distrikt Lublin
Contains information about propaganda; SS activities in Lublin; police activities in Lublin; industry; agriculture; "Germanization"
and propagation of German culture in occupied areas of Poland; members of the SS in Lublin; and combatting partisans.
Available via U.S. Holocaust Museum Research Institute Archives, RG-15.027M

9) List of Known S.S. Men in the Lublin District (incomplete)
Available online

10) List of Belzec Nazis and Collaborators
Available online

11) List of Sobibor Nazis and Collaborators
Available online

Ghetto Lists

12) Krasnik Ghetto List
Contact us for details

13) Partial Lublin Ghetto List (1942)
Searchable Online

14) Electronic Data - Jews in the Majdan Tatarski Ghetto (April 1942) See also: Resource in Hebrew

15) Zamosc Jews Who Perished in the Holocaust (incomplete)
Zamosc Organization in Israel

16) Partial Zamosc Ghetto List (3720 names) by Adam Kopcieski
Available via the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum's
Holocaust Survivors and Victims Resource Center digital indices

Jewish Children in the Lublin District

17) Alphabetical list of children under supervision in Chelm (28 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

18) List of Jews from Grabowiec who were born between 1920-1938 (1283 names)
Available via Yad Vashem Archive, item number 9130453

19) List of children under supervision in Hrubieszow (14 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

20) List of dependent children Krasnik (32 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

21) List of children under supervision in Wlodawa (17 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

22) List of dependent children in Zamosc (12 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

23) List of children under supervision in Parczew

Majdanek Concentration Camp Victims

24) List of 7,000 Majdanek Victims Killed Between June 8 to September 28, 1942
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections
Entries usually include prisoner number, name, dob, place of birth, and date of death.

25) Undated list of Lublin-Majdanek inmates (540 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

26) List of internees in Lublin-Majdanek (~900 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

27) List of persons in various camps and ghettos in Poland (135 names)
Includes persons in the Lublin, Izbica and Piaski ghettos.
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

28) List of persons in various camps and ghettos in Poland (169 names)
Includes persons in the Chelm, Izbica and Lublin ghettos.
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

Jews Deported into Lublin District

29) List of Transports/Deportations to Lublin District

30) Dutch Jews Sent to Sobibor Death Camp/Vernietigingskamp Sobibor (~34,000 names)
by Jules Schelvis. Pages 310-542 contains names of Dutch Sobibor victims.

31) Partial List of Belzec Victims (very incomplete)
Available online

32) Partial List of Sobibor Victims (very incomplete)
Available online

33) Transport list into Majdanek (poor quality)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections
Includes: a) Transport list of Polish Jews who arrived in Majdanek in May 1942;
b) Fragmentary lists of Polish and Slovak Jews who died in Majdanek during May-September 1942;
c) Fragments of an obituary list of Czech, Slovak, German, and Polish Jews who died in Majdanek
during May-September 1942

34) List of disabled / ill prisoners sent from Dachau to Majdanek in 1944 (1,000 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Library

35) Stettin (Szczecin) Jewish Deportation into the Lublin Area
Available online via JewishGen's Holocaust Database Search

36) List of Czechoslovakian Jews deported to locations in Poland (250 names)
Includes deportations to various Lublin area locations, including concentration camps.
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

Jews Deported Out of Lublin District

37) Hrubieszow Jews Deported Elsewhere
Includes 500-600 Jews transferred on or before 28 Nov 1940.

38) List of Jews Transported from One Work Camp to Another
Includes transports out of Plazow, Miechow, Hrubieszow, Wereszyn, and Ciszanow to other locales in Poland.

39) List of Soviet POWs Sent from Lublin to Mauthausen (1,250 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

Holocaust Survivors

40) List of Jewish Partisans in the Lublin District (incomplete)
Available online

41) Names of Jews Registered in Lublin After the Liberation (109 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

42) List of Surviving Jews in Lublin
Call number 3/22777H
Available via YIVO Library at the Center for Jewish History

43) List of Surviving Jews in Lublin (15 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections
Related: There is a database called Surviving Jews in Lublin which probably excludes those from the above list.

44) List of Surviving Jews in Lublin with relatives in U.S. (80 names)
Available via U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives Collections

45) List of Jewish survivors in Lublin (1,960 names)
Note: Many Jewish refugees who did not originate in Lublin ended up in Lublin.

46) Names of Jews Registered in Lublin After the Liberation (36 names)

47) Names of Jews Registered in Lublin After the Liberation (40 names)

48) Names of Jews registered in Lublin (69 names)

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