JewishGen's Holocaust Database
JewishGen's Holocaust Database is a collection of
databases containing information about Holocaust victims and survivors.
It contains more than 2.5 million entries, from more than
190 component datasets, listed below.
This is an ongoing project, and we welcome
The Aufbau Database
Names of over 33,000 Holocaust survivors, published in the
German-language newspaper Aufbau in New York, 1944-1946.
Jews who Resided in Krosno, Poland before 1941
Over 2,000 Jews who resided in this Galician town before 22 June 1941.
Data on nearly 900 Norwegian Jews, compiled from 11 different sources.
Danish Deportees Database
Over 400 persons deported from Denmark to Theresienstadt.
Arrivals to Buchenwald on Jan 22, 1945
2,470 new arrivals in Lager II (Buchenwald, Germany).
Deaths in Mühldorf, Nov 1944 - April 1945
1,857 persons who died at this forced labor camp in Bavaria.
27 Nov 1944
356 prisoners on one transport between these two concentration camps.
American Military Government
Compiled List of Jews
987 Survivors and Victims of concentration camps.
Buchenwald Death List - Polish Men, 1939
An unpublished list of 864 Polish men murdered at Buchenwald before WWII.
Silesian Jews in Mixed Marriages,
A list of 73 Jews married to non-Jews in Silesia, compiled by the Nazis.
Jews who Died in Berlin,
Jul 1943 - Mar 1945
Data on 480 Jews who died in Berlin, from Gestapo files.
Austrian Jews in Concentration Camps
Information on over 800 Austrian Jews, from various sources.
Jews in Germany
1,662 names from the "Reichsvereinigung der Juden
in Deutschland" collection.
Polish-German Children in Zabiczyn
111 children without parents expelled from Germany to Poland in 1938.
Jewish Partisans and Fighters of Volyn
Names of 822 from Partizanim v'Lochamim Yehudim MeiVolhyn L'zichram, 1997.
Deportation of Bialystok Children
Names of 1,200 children deported from Theresienstadt to Auschwitz, 5 Oct 1943.
Jews who Died at Dachau after Liberation
555 who died in the "Revier" Clinic at Dachau after liberation.
Jewish Inhabitants of Krosno, Galicia, Poland
3,298 entries, compiled from multiple sources.
Dachau Inmates - Possessions upon Entry
A list of 2,800+ inmates of Dachau Concentration Camp, and their possessions.
Czech Inmates at Bergen Belsen and Theresienstadt
610 Czechoslovak Jewish Women liberated in Bergen-Belsen.
Czech Inmates at Bergen Belsen and Theresienstadt
333 Czechoslovak Women Nationals in Hospitals.
Czech Inmates at Bergen Belsen and Theresienstadt
445 Czechoslovak Jewish Women at Bergen Belsen who were repatriated.
Czech Inmates at Bergen Belsen and Theresienstadt
384 Czech Jews still in Terezin on February 5, 1945
Jewish "Training" Centers in Germany
1,800 names of Jewish youth, 1934-1938.
Germans, Swiss and Austrians Deported from France
Information about 825 deportees, 1942-1944.
Westphalian Jews and the Holocaust
The fate of over 8,000 Westphalian Jews.
German Jews at Stutthof Concentration Camp
Names of 2,750 German Jews at this concentration camp near Gdansk.
Lvov Ghetto Database
Names of over 10,000 Jews in the Ghetto of Lwów Poland,
Kraków Ghetto Database
Names of over 19,000 Jews in the Ghetto of Kraków Poland,
Pinsk Ghetto List, 1942
Data on over 18,000 Jews in the Pinsk ghetto in late 1941 or 1942.
Vilna Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners
Over 15,000 Vilnius Ghetto prisoners, from a census of Lithuania in May 1942.
The Extraordinary Commission
Over 2,000 individuals residing in Riga who are recorded as
having perished at the hands of the German forces, most during 1941.
Brest Ghetto Passport Archive
Identity papers of over 12,000 people in the ghetto of Brest-Litovsk,
from Soviet archives.
Names and visa dates of 2,140 (mostly Polish) Jews, who were saved
by passports from the Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara in 1940.
Kovno Ghetto Cemetery, 1941-1943
Transcripts of 840 burials from the register of the
Chevra Kadisha of Viliampole Slobodka, Lithuania.
Children from Prague
1,216 Jewish children living in Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1943-44.
Jews Deported from Spišská Nová Ves, Slovakia
Information on 1,054 Jews deported from Spišská Nová Ves, Slovakia,
May 28, 1942.
Jews of Szombathely, Hungary, 1944
Registration of 3,116 Jews in Vas County, 1944.
Jews in Debrecen, Hungary, 1945
4,000 survivors registered in Hajdu County, 1945.
Water Bills 1941-1942
Data on 5,000 residents of Boryslaw and Drohobycz,
now in Ukraine.
Arrivals & Departures,
Oct 1940-Jun 1941
Data on 5,000 arriving and departing prisoners at this camp,
north of Berlin.
for Jews in Germany, 1938-1941
Exit passports for 500 persons, from Gestapo files.
Dachau Concentration Camp Records
Data on 150,000 prisoners, from captured German documents.
Jews Deported from Würzburg
276 persons deporteed from this town in Lower Franconia.
26 Oct 1944
500 Jewish men sent to Stutthof, October 26, 1944
Pinkas HaNitzolim I - Register of Survivors
Names of nearly 62,000 survivors in Europe, published in 1945.
Pinkas HaNitzolim II - Register of Survivors
Names of nearly 58,000 survivors in Poland, published in 1945.
Austrian, Czech, and German Jews in Riga
Data on 876 forced Jewish laborers in Riga, Latvia.
Three transports of 1,845 persons sent to Silesian towns in 1941-1942.
Auschwitz Forced Laborers
Documents on 5,310 who entered Auschwitz, including parents' family names
and maiden names.
Częstochowa Forced Laborers
4,610 prisoners at the Hasag Pulcery labor camp in Częstochowa.
Soviet Extraordinary Commission
Index to testimonials on over 60,000 Holocaust victims.
Pinsk Records from the Soviet
Compilation of testimonials about 11,704 Holocaust victims from Pinsk.
Galician Forced Laborers from Lvov
Data on 1,110 workers, from a collection of the Lviv State Archives.
Kolomyya 1939 Kehila Dues
Data on 1,271 persons paying Jewish community dues in Kolomyja in 1939.
Polish Martyred Physicians
Data on 2,465 Polish physicians who perished during the Holocaust.
North Bavarian Jews
Data on over 7,400 North Bavarian Jews, from the Captured German Records
Collection at USHMM.
Jewish Survivors listed in a Hungarian Periodical
Names of 17,931 Hungarian Jewish concentration camp survivors,
published in the Hungarian periodical Hirek az Elhurcoltakrol.
Refugees from France to Brazil
Names of nearly 500 French Jews who were issued immigration visas
to Brazil during the Holocaust.
Braunschweig Cemetery for Forced Laborers
Names of forced laborers who were buried in the local cemetery of
Forced laborers in
Borysław and Drohobycz
Names of nearly 5,000 forced laborers in these two towns in
Lwów province, Galicia, Poland (now Borislav and Drogobych, Ukraine).
Łódź Ghetto Database
A record of the 240,000 inhabitants of the Łódź Ghetto.
Łódź Ghetto - Volume V
The supplemental fifth volume of Łódź Names, with
over 20,000 additional entries.
Łódź Ghetto Hospital Deaths
Over 14,000 deaths recorded in hospitals in the
Łódź Ghetto, Nov 1941 thru Jun 1944.
Łódź Ghetto Hospital Illness Records
Over 5,600 persons with contagious diseases in hospitals in the
Łódź Ghetto, Aug-Dec 1940.
Łódż Transports to Chełmno
Names of 7,168 individuals from Łódź who were transferred to
the death camp at Chełmno, June-August 1944.
Hungarian Holocaust Memorials
Names of more than 22,000 martyrs, recorded on Holocaust
memorials in 35 communities in Hungary and Slovakia.
Names of 61,387 Jews who survived the Holocaust,
published in 1946 in Munich.
Surviving Jews in Kielce District
2,179 survivors from the Kielce district of Poland.
Displaced Persons from Bergen-Belsen
Data on 1,600 DPs from various countries in Bergen-Belsen and moved to Sweden,
24 July 1945. From U.N. documents.
Tîrgu Mureş Deportation List, 1944
Over 4,000 Jews deported from Tîrgu Mureş
(Maros-Vásárhely) in 1944.
Tîrgu Mureş Ghetto List, 1945
Over 2,000 residents of the Tîrgu Mureş ghetto,
as of Jan 8 1945.
Transnistria: Jews Receiving and Sending Support
Lists of Jews from the Regat (pre-WWI Romania) who
sent money to Jews in the ghettos of Transnistria.
Jews murdered near Sabac, Serbia
Data on over 1,000 members of the Hechalutz Zionist youth
group murdered in Zasavica near Sabac (Serbia).
Jewish Women who lived in Dortmund, Germany
Data on 877 Jewish women who lived in Dortmund, Germany
between 1930 and 1943.
Polish Children Survivors
Data on Polish children from Dobroszycki's
Survivors of the Holocaust in Poland.
The Tehran Children
Data on 848 Polish refugee children in Persia,
from Dzieci Syjonu, The Children of Zion.
Hungarian Jewish KMSZ (Military Forced Laborer) List
List of 4,497 Jews who died while serving in the Munkaszolgálat
(Civilian Labor Service) during World War II.
Jewish Forced Labor in Berlin, 1941-1943
Names of 533 Jews who were forced to work at a factory in Berlin.
The Jews of Oradea (Nagyvarad)
Names of 1,500 Jews who owned businesses in Oradea, Romania
Names of 1,200 victims of the bombing of the ships
Cap Arcona and Thielbek in Lübeck, May 1945.
Jewish Refugees in the Philippines
Names of 1,318 Jewish refugees who received visas to travel
to the Philippines during WWII.
Mauthausen/Gusen Death Book
Names of 38,206 who were imprisoned and died at Mauthausen
and/or other nearby sub-camps.
Deportees From Beuthen Germany (Bytom Poland)
List of 949 Jews deported from Beuthen, Upper Silesia, Germany
(now Bytom, Poland) in 1942.
Prostějov (Prossnitz) Jewish Martyrs
Names of 1,220 Jewish matryrs from Prostějov, Czechoslovakia.
Győr Victims at Auschwitz
Names of over 3,000 victims from Győr, Hungary, deported to
Auschwitz, made by a Jewish communal organization.
Jewish Physicians from Czechoslovakia
Names of 1,668 Czechoslovakian physicians who died during
the Holocaust, from an unpublished yizkor book manuscript.
Jews of Dés (Dej) in the Ghettoization of May, 1944
List of 3,250 Jewish residents in Dés, Hungary (now Dej,
Romania), just prior to their deportation, May 3-10, 1944.
Deportations from Dorohoi to Transnistria
3,200 Jewish families deported from Dorohoi, Romania
Bucharest Jewish Males - Oct 1942
Bucharest Jewish Gazette list of 1,594 Jewish males that
must report for labor - Oct 1942.
Kozienice Ghetto Census (Lista), 1939-1942
4,023 inhabitants from the census of Jews in the Kozienice
ghetto, made by the Jewish Council of Kozienice.
Jews From Iaşi who Survived the Transports
List of over 1,600 Jews who survived two transports by train
from Iaşi (Jassy) Romania.
Kisvárda, Hungary - Records Before Deportation, 1944
3,516 residents from Kisvárda (Kleinwardein), Hungary
ghetto prior to their deportation, April 10-13, 1944.
Subotica Jews, Victims of the Fascist Occupation
1,993 names of victims from Subotica, now in Serbia.
(formerly Szabadka, Hungary, before WWI).
Names of 257 prisoners, mostly Polish Jews, who perished
in a subcamp of Neuengamme, located in Ahlem/Hannover.
Kraków Transport List
Names of 6,700 Jews transported from Kraków, Nov 1940 thru Apr 1941.
List of 220 orphaned children in the Balta Ghetto.
2,817 Jews from the Balta Ghetto, Transnistria, as of 1941.
Holocaust Survivors Claiming American Citizenship
Applications of 621 individuals claiming American citizenship,
processed in Zürich by the U.S. State Department.
French Prisoners in Stutthof
Names of 237 French citizens who spent some time in Stutthoff.
List of 507 Jewish men in Batallion 120 -
Romanian forced laborers in Transnitria, 1941-1944.
Ahlem Hospital Survivors
Names of survivors in Ahlem (Hannover) hospital, 1945.
Names of 1,980 inmates in Oscar Schindler's
factories in Plaszów, Poland and Brünnlitz, Czechoslovakia.
Cluj Children Survivors
Names of 1,144 students enrolled in the
Kolozsvár Jewish High School, 1940-1944.
Będzin Census of 1939
Data on 22,167 Jews enumerated in a 1939 census
of the city of Będzin (Bendin), Poland.
Auschwitz Work Cards
Information on 852 Jewish prisoners at Auschwitz.
Lublin Ghetto List - April 1942
Names of 4,587 Jews in the ghetto of Lublin, Poland,
in April 1942.
World Jewish Congress Collection
Data on more than 72,000 Holocaust survivors, from
the files of the World Jewish Congress (WJC).
Polish Medical Questionnaires
Data on 2,000 Jewish medical personnel in Galicia and surrounding areas in 1940-42.
Răuţel Camp Listings
Data on 2,070 Jewish prisoners in the Răuţel camp,
Claims Conference - Hungary
Data on 135,544 Hungarian Jews whose names appear in
records held in the Central Zionist Archives and Yad Vashem.
Claims Conference - Romania
Data on 167,815 Romanian Jews whose names appear in
records held in the Central Zionist Archives and Yad Vashem.
Jewish Refugees in Tashkent
Data on 152,000 Jewish refugees from the Soviet Union
who were evacuated to Tashkent and other localities in Uzbekistan, 1941-42.
The Twentieth Train
Records of 567 deportees who boarded a train ambushed on the way
to Auschwitz in 1943.
Bergen-Belsen to Philippeville, Algeria (UNRRA Camp)
Data on 200 Jews who arrived at the UNNRA refugee camp in
Philippeville, Algeria in 1945.
Hungarian Jewish Survivors in Buchenwald
Data on 707 Hungarian Jewish survivors from Buchenwald.
Who Perished on the Struma?
Data on more than 700 Jewish refugees who perished when the Struma sank.
Flossenbürg Prisoner Lists
Data on 18,334 prisoners interned in the Flossenbürg Concentration Camp.
Sarajevo Survivors to Palestine, Dec 1948
1,500 survivors from Sarajevo who went to Palestine,
Daugavpils (Dvinsk) Ghetto List, 1941
962 residents of the Dvinsk ghetto, 05-Dec-1941.
Hungarian Women at Rochlitz
180 Hungarian Jewish women sent to Rochlitz, Germany.
Arad Census - 1942
9,698 names in a census of Arad, Romania, 1942.
Łódź Ghetto Work ID Cards
Identification cards for workers in the Łódź Ghetto.
Passports of German Jews
Passports of 500 German Jews.
Mszana Dolna, Poland - 1942 Census
Over 1,000 residents of Mszana Dolna, Poland, 15-Jun-1942.
34,000 inmates of Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp,
Teis-Dâmboviţa Camp Prisoners, 1941
Jews interned in the Teis-Dâmboviţa camp, Sept, 1941.
Zagreb Survivor Lists
1,200 survivors from Zagreb, from the Croatian National Archives.
Natzweiler Medical Experiments
86 Jews murdered in 1943 in Natzweiler-Struthof.
Danzig and Polish Refugees in Mauritius
Refugees to Palestine interned in Mauritius, 1940.
S.S. Astir Passenger Manifest
Refugees to Palestine interned in Greece, 1939.
Students in Bucharest used as forced laborers, 1943.
Auschwitz-Buchenwald Transports -
Two transports from Auschwitz to Buchenwald,
22-Jan-1945 and 26-Jan-1945.
Rhodes to Ferramonti
Persons from Rhodes who were transferred to the
Ferramonti Di Tarsia Internment Camp, 12-Jan-1942.
Lost Train from Bergen-Belsen
The Lost Train: Bergen-Belsen to Tröbitz, April 1945.
Hidden Children in France
Information on 4,000 children hidden in France
by the Oeuvre de Secours aux Enfants (OSE).
"Jews For Sale": The Rudolph Kasztner Transports
Names of 1,900 rescued Hungarian Jews, 1944.
Steyr Forced Labor
Records of 1,437 forced laborers transferred to the Steyr
work sub-camp at Mauthhausen.
European refugee Jews who, following their shipwreck,
were housed on the Island of Rhodes, and then transferred to the
Ferramonti Di Tarsia internment camp in 1942.
Lieberose Residents To Sachsenhausen
142 Jewish male prisoners sent to the Liberose sub-camp of
Sachsenhausen from Auschwitz.
Bergen-Belsen Prisoners Liberated at Farsleben
2,500 prisoners liberated aboard a train from Bergen-Belsen.
Miranda de Ebro Prisoners
Index of the prisoners held at Miranda de Ebro, the central camp
in Spain for foreign prisoners.
730 names of Jews in Baden and surrounding towns who had
not been deported as of October 22, 1940.
Polish Jewish Prisoners of War Registration Cards
Registration cards for 2,939 Jewish soldiers held by
the Germans at Wehrmacht camps.
The Sinking of the Mefkure
Names of 296 passengers from Romania, Hungary and Poland
who died on the Mefkure.
Mosonmagyaróvár Deportations to Auschwitz
395 names of individuals who were transported from
Mosonmagyaróvár (now Hungary) to Auschwitz.
Reichenberg Victims of the Holocaust
896 individuals from Reichenberg (Liberec), now in the Czech Republic,
to various camps and their disposition.
The Voyage of the Olim (Immigrants) of the Biria
1,086 passengers who traveled from France to Haifa in 1946
on the Biria.
Gurs Deportations to Auschwitz-Birkenau
2,007 people deported from the Gurs Internment Camp in the
south of France to Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Rivesaltes Deportations to Auschwitz-Birkenau
1,664 people deported from Rivesaltes in the Pyrenees-Orientales
Cernăuţi, Romania (Chernivsti, Ukraine) Lists
3,968 Jewish residents in Cernăuţi, Romania and the
surrounding area, from lists of forced labor, police reports, conversion,
emigration, ghetto lists, and registration cards.
Lublin: Initial Registration of Lublin's Jews
6,535 records from the registrations of Jews in Lublin
in 1939 and 1940.
Lublin: Stettin (Szczecin) Jewish Deportation
into the Lublin Area
Registration of 1,129 Jews from Stettin (Szczecin)
forced to resettle in the Lublin area in 1940.
Radom Prison Records 1939-44
Files for 14,159 prisoners in the Radom Prison, 1939-1944.
Polish Jews Repatriated to Głuszyca after WWII
615 Jews who returned to Głuszyca after the war
and were residents there 1946-1950.
Klooga, Estonia Forced Labor Camp Prisoners
2,186 Jewish men and women who were held in Klooga,
a sub-camp of the Vaivara concentration camp, in July 1944.
German Jews Deported from Italy to Auschwitz, 1943-44
228 Jews born in Germany who were deported from Italy
to Auschwitz in 1943-1944.
Riese and Gross Rosen Prisoners and Transports
Records of 4,806 prisoners at Riese and sub-camps, July 1944.
Deaths During Deportation from France
Names of 7,346 French female deportees for whom "Certificates of Disappearance"
Last Letters from the Łódź Ghetto
Index of 4,022 persons mentioned in deportation appeal letters, May 1942.
1948 Warsaw Survivors List
Names of 5,680 Holocaust survivors from Warsaw, as of 1948.
Selected Lists from the Jewish Advocate
From 1944: 285 Jews Exchanged for Germans, 571 Refugees from Europe Who Reached Palestine.
Tübingen Medical School Experiments
Records of 278 prisoners whose bodies had been used at the Tübingen medical school.
Karaganda, Kazakhstan Lists
Names of 190 Jews who died at the Karaganda labor camp, or who returned from there in 1946-47.
Auschwitz To Hessisch Lichtenau Transport List
Records of 1,000 Hungarian women transferred from Auschwitz to Hessisch Lichtenau in September 1944.
Gross-Rosen Victims and Survivors
Records of 4,843 individuals who were at Gross-Rosen.
Women in Flossenbürg Branch Camps
15,842 records of women who worked in sub-camps of Flossenbürg.
Mantello El Salvadorian Certificates
Records for 2,160 European Jews who applied for papers identifying them as citizens of El Salvador.
Lublin Death Incidents Register, 1941-1942
Information from 681 death incident reports from Lublin, November 1941 and January 1942.
Sachsenhausen Deaths Registered
at the Oranienburg Civil Registry Office
Records of 1,504 deaths in Sachsenhausen, from the Oranienburg Civil Registry Office.
Równe (Rovno) Victims Killed in the
Information about 5,166 victims from Rovno, killed in the Kostopol Forest in December 1942.
Jewish Partisans in Belarus, 1941-1944
8,451 persons who were members of various resistance groups in Belarus during World War II.
Liepāja Holocaust Memorial Wall
Names of 6,428 Holocaust victims listed on the Memorial Wall in the Liepāja Jewish Cemetery.
Jews in Dresden, 1945
Information on 265 persons who were residing in Dresden or in Dresden prisons as of January 22, 1945.
Names of 671 Jews who emigrated to Peru, from the early 1800's through 1947.
Theresienstadt Survivors Sent to
Canton St. Gallen
A list of 1,226 Theresienstadt survivors who were sent to Canton St. Gallen in
Switzerland in February 1945.
Mannheim, Germany Community Records, 1940
1,675 records of members of the Jewish community of Mannheim, as of June 1, 1940.
Jewish Lawyers in Munich
Names of 194 attorneys living in Munich during the 1930s.
Neu Stassfurt Forced Labor List
Information on 168 male prisoners sent to the Neu Stassfurt labor camp.
A list of 254 Jews who arrived in Paraguay between 1918 and 1935.
1,993 persons included in a number of lists from the Baden and Württemberg areas.
The Strange Case of Internal German Deportations
Information on 143 Jews who were moved in 1939 from German towns close to the
French border to Halle, Germany.
Dorosic Forced Laborers
Records for 396 forced laborers who died in Dorosic, Ukraine, in 1943.
Jewish Arrivals In Switzerland, 1938-1945
Records of 21,730 Jews who arrived in Switzerland between 1938 and 1945.
Records for 512 people who were detained in or deported from the district of Schneidemühl
Dutch Police Lists
Records of 2,995 foreigners (mostly German Jews) who came into contact with
Dutch authorities between the mid-1930s and 1954.
Kladavo Transport to Palestine
Information on 1,051 passengers from the ship Uranus, which was stopped at
Kladovo, Yugoslavia during an unsuccesful voyage to Palestine in 1939.
Miskolc (and surrounding towns) Residents
Information about 10,831 Holocaust victims from Miskolc and the
surrounding towns in Borsod county, Hungary.
New Romanian Lists
Information on 72,844 individuals, collected from various Romanian lists.
Evidence Registers of Jews in Cahul Camp
525 records for Jewish prisoners from the Cahul camp in Romania, 22-Jul-1941.
Leova Holocaust Period Records
Information on 438 Jews living in Leova before the war, and 118 citizens
exiled to Siberia.
Dutch Survivor Lists
Records of 24,163 accounted for as "Dutch" survivors.
Czech Subjects Interned in Mauritius
Records of 299 Czech Jews interned on Mauritius, 1941-1945.
Ghetto Tax List
10,761 records from the tax lists of the Piotrków Trybunalski Ghetto, 1940-1942.
Jews Killed in 1941 in Dubossary
Records of 2,984 Jews killed in Dubossary, Moldova/Transnistria, in autumn 1941.
The 1933 German Towns Project
Jewish inhabitants of German towns in 1933, compiled from town sources by the ITS.
35,000 entries from 178 towns.
Exemptions, Sept 1942
Records of 2,464 Łódź Ghetto inmates exempted from the
September 1942 deportations.
Last Update: 1 Oct 2010 WSB