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Melody Katz and Alexander Sharon, comp. La Shoah : documents du service public de Borislav en Ukraine, 1941 à 1942 [base de données en ligne]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008.
Données originales : Selected Records from the L’viv State Oblast Archive. Washington, D.C.: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Accession 1995.A.1086. Microfilm reel 31. This data is provided in partnership with JewishGen.org.

 La Shoah : documents du service public de Borislav en Ukraine, 1941 à 1942

Cette base de données comprend des individus, la majorité juifs, qui n’avaient pas payé leurs factures d’eau entre 1941 et 1942 à Boryslav en Ukraine. La raison pour laquelle ils n’avaient pas payé leurs factures était qu’ils avaient été déportés ou tués. Cette base de données inclut les informations suivantes : le nom, le numéro de page, l’adresse et des remarques ou commentaires.

Boryslaw, now Borislav, Ukraine, is located 75 kilometers south-southwest of Lviv. Prior to World War II, 7,170 Jews resided there. During the Holocaust most perished.

In 1995, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) undertook a major microfilming project at the Lviv Archives in Ukraine. Over 30,000 pages of material relating to what took place in the Lviv area were microfilmed, and these detailed records (RG 1995 A1086) present a grim view of the fate of tens of thousands of Jews who were murdered/deported in 1941 and 1942. There are many lists which exist in this collection, but the records that comprise this database are those of one group of persons, mostly Jews, who had not paid their water bills in Boryslaw (Reel 31). Of course, the reason that they had not paid their bills was that they had been deported/murdered, but this did not prevent the municipal authorities from presenting bills.

No information is available on the fate of these individuals, though their names may appear in other parts of this collection -- e.g., work details, rations, seizure of property, etc. However, there is no name-finding aid to this collection and to find individual names requires hours of searching through thousands of pages.

The following may help to explain how the ledgers were organized:

  • Ledger Book #4 - 1942 (water bills) is numbered as sheet #1

  • Ledger Book #5 - 1942 (water bills) is numbered as sheet #26

  • Ledger Book #2 - 1942 (sewer bills) is numbered as sheet #47

  • Ledger Book #2 - 1942 (water bills) is numbered as sheet #76

  • Ledger Book #6 - 1942 (water bills) is numbered as sheet #84

  • Ledger Book for year 1941 (water and sewer bills) is not numbered and placed between the sheets 122 and 123

  • Ledger Book #1 - 1942 (water bills) is numbered as sheet #198

The fields included in this list are as follows:

  • Surname

  • Name

  • Page Number

  • Address

  • Remarks or Comments. The following is a translation of the German words which appear in this column:


    • Vermisst --> Missing
      Gestorben --> Died
      Ausgefahren/Weggefahren --> Moved
      Verhaftet --> Arrested
      Unbekannt --> Unknown