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Ada Holtzman, et. al. La Shoah : registre des survivants imprimé dans Pinkas HaNitzolim I & II, 1945 [base de données en ligne]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.
Données originales : Register of Jewish Survivors. Vol. I: Lists of Jews Rescued in Different European Countries; Vol. II: List of Jews in Poland. Jerusalem: Jewish Agency for Palestine, Search Bureau for Missing Relatives, 1945. This data is provided in partnership with JewishGen.org.

 La Shoah : registre des survivants imprimé dans Pinkas HaNitzolim I & II, 1945

Cette base de données contient un index des noms pour les volumes I à II des « Register of Jewish Survivors » (Registres des survivants juifs). Les volumes ont été publiés à Jérusalem en 1945 et contiennent des listes des rescapés juifs de plusieurs pays européens qui ont été sauvés des camps et ghettos puis enregistrés où ils ont été trouvés après la libération de l’Europe de l’asservissement Nazi.

This database contains a name index to Volumes I-II of "Register of Jewish Survivors." The volumes were published in Jerusalem in 1945 and contain lists of Jewish survivors in various European countries, saved from the camps and the ghettoes, who have been registered wherever they were found following the liberation of Europe from Nazi servitude.

Volume I contains information on approximately 60,000 Jews and provides genealogical information such as current residence, year of birth, age, father's name, occupation, and previous residence. Volume II contains information on nearly 58,000 Jews and primarily lists name and residence. The different lists compiled are as follows:

Volume I:
1. Jewish women liberated in the Bergen Belson Camp
2. Lists of Polish Jews liberated from the Bergen Belsen Camp
3. List of Jews liberated from the Buchenwald Camp
4. Surviving Jews from European extermination camps (except Poland)
5. Jewish women released from the Retnzmuhler Camp (Germany)
6. List of foreign Jews in Rome
7. List of Jewish survivors in Milan
8. List of Polish Jews liberated from the Bergen Belson Camp
9. List of Polish Jews liberated from the Dachau Camp
10. List of Jews (mainly Polish) liberated from the Dora (Nordhausen) Camp
11. List of Polish Jewish survivors at the Buchenwald Camp
12. List of Jews of Polish nationality who arrived in Sweden
13. List of surviving Polish Jews (London list)
14. List of Jews surviving in Poland (Bucharest list)
15. Second list of Jews Surviving in Poland (compiled in Krakow)
16. List of surviving Jewish children in Poland
17. List of Polish nationals (mostly Jews) in the Bergen Belson Camp
18. List of Jewish survivors in Eastern European towns
19. List of Jewish women form Hungary and Transylvania
20. List of Hungarian and Transylvanian Jews liberated from German Camps
21. Jews from Budapest in Northern Italy
22. List of Jewish survivors found in Gyor (Hungary)
23. List of Czechoslovakian nationals (mostly Jews) registered in the Bergen Belsen Camp (24 April 1945-7 May 1945)
24. List of Czechoslovakian nationals (mostly Jews) registered in the Bergen Belsen Camp on 9 May 1945
25. List of Czechoslovaks (mostly Jews from Slovakia) liberated from German concentration camps
26. List of Czechoslovakian Jews who arrived in Italy and Sweden
27. List of repatriated Czechoslovakian nationals registered at the repatriation office in Kosice
28. Lists of Yugoslavian Jewish survivors
29. List of Jews found surviving in Holland
30. List of Jewish survivors arrived in Amsterdam from concentration camps
31. List of Dutch Jewish survivors arrived in Sweden
32. List of Jewish survivors in some Italian cities
33. List of Jewish survivors liberated from the Salzwedel camp
34. List of Jewish survivors found in Theresienstadt on 10 May 1945

Volume II:
1. List of Jews who were found in Poland after its liberation (15 August 1945) (There can be no doubt that this list does not include all the names of the Jews who were alive on that date in Poland)

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