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25 1943 Budapest Headquarters of Military Defense Consequences of marriage by military personnel to Jews Budapest Revoking all benefits from Major Oscar Tauber based on his marriage to a Jewish woman without permission by the military authorities.  
25A 1939 Ministry of Defense Solution to the Jewish problem within the Military. Entire Country Meeting to define the principles for being considered Jewish within the branches and ranks of Military  
25B 1939 National Chief Overseer of Labor Camps Statistics and reports about type of work to be performed in camps Entire Country Due to lack of professional workers requesting Jewish laborers; reporting 123 escaped Jews from camp  
25C 1941 Chief of Defense Headquarters Informative report about personnel problems in the Southern territories (Banat) and Serbian sympathizers Banat Inept personnel placed by German authorities into defense positions; depicting grave situation in food supply; radical and cruel treatment of Jewish laborers in the area.  
25D 1941 Ministry of Defense Final edict regarding definitions to be considered Jewish or to be exempt Entire Country Regulations and restrictions for Jewish military personnel and laborers.  
25E 1941 Ministry of Defense Categories set for persons serving in labor camps based on their origin; no uniform allowed to Jews Entire Country All hose who cannot prove their origin should be considered Jews; mandatory yellow or white armband.  
25F 1943 Ministry of Defense Various rules applicable in labor camps; rabbis' exemption from hard labor, etc. Entire Country Regulations for mobilization of Jews to labor camps; rules for exemptions; affidavits from non-Jews proving patriotic and heroic acts by Jews in WWI.  
25G 1941 Ministry of Defense and Agriculture Real Estate transactions by Jews; sales and purchases Miskolc, Losonc Szombathely Transactions denied; petition from "Baross Union" to stop any dealing by Jews being detrimental for the community -willfully inflating prices  
26 1942 Ministry of Internal Affairs General Information for mobilization of Jews between age 18-48 to labor camps Entire Country Rules and regulations of mobilization; wearing of arm bands in yellow with or without star of David; defined materials to be used for armbands.  
26A 1942 Ministry of Defense and German Military Attaché Complains against Jews in labor camp utilizing uniforms for personal gains Carpato-Ruthenia Accusing 600 Jewish laborers of crooked dealings for their own benefit using their military status  
26B 1943 Ministry of Defense and Bishop's office of Csanad Documentation of non Jewish origin; identification of religious personnel in labor camps; demand for proof. Entire Country and Szeged Priests assigned to labor camps have to proof their non-Jewish origin; refusal of Bishop's appeal, claiming his motifs are biased by Jews.  
26C 1942 Ministry of Defense Provisions for clothing, food and general supplies of labor camps; collection from various organizations Entire Country Collection of supplies for labor camp workers by Jewish organizations; newspaper ads asking for contributions from Jews. Denial of collections from non-Jewish Organizations for converted Jews.  
26C 1943 Ministry of Defense Petition for removal of suspected "liberal" personnel from activity in Red Cross Debrecen Petition to remove Hezer Bela from his Red Cross activities because of Jewish wife and liberalism. Also the organizational chart of the Hungarian Red Cross yes
26D 1940 Ministry of Defense List of positions that cannot be filled with Jews or even with 1 Jew in their ancestry or having Jewish wives. Entire Country All functions, except hard labor listed as non-available for Jews; shouldn't be able to judge or give orders for non-Jews.  
26C 1943 Ministry of Defense Further definitions of who is to be considered Jewish Entire Country Legal problems to establish ones status in the military based on his proof of origin.  
27 1942 Ministry of Defense Detailed proposal for new laws in military service for Jews Entire Country Special rules of mobilization and dismissal of Jewish military personnel serving mandatory drafting; confining Jews in the military to labor only  
27A 1942 Ministry of Defense New laws to appropriate rural or agricultural real estate owned by Jews, evaluations of properties Entire Country Specifications of size of real estate owned by Jews in rural areas, also allowable income determined; assessors and specialists for evaluation  
27B 1943 Ministry of Interior Affairs Reports about rumors and accusations by anti-establishment, left wings news papers and socialist parties Entire Country Petitions to the Government to bring stern measures against the accusers  
27C 1942 Ministry of Commerce and of Defense Proposed law to revoke licenses from Jew Entire Country Depriving Jews from licenses to manufacture objects of religious nature; monetary fines.  
27D 1943 Ministry of Exterior Affairs Questionable legal status of Jews with foreign citizenship Entire Country Legal rights to ownership by foreign Jewish citizens  
27E 1943 Ministry of Defense Petitions by the Union of Resorts and health spas in Transylvania Transylvania Asking to forbid for Jews to visit the resorts; Government denies request.  
27F 1942 Ministry of Defense and of Justice Rules of employment for managers and caretakers of apartment buildings. and caretakers of buildings Budapest No Jews are trustworthy enough to be employed for building management  
27F 1939 Ministry of Defense Proposed law to organize forced labor camps; cost and benefits Entire Country Plans, statistics and outlines to create labor camps for Jews, instead of military service  
28 1941 Ministry of Defense Ordinance for setting rules in labor camps Carpatho-Ruthenia, Generals rules to follow in handling Jewish and Slovakian laborers  
28A 1939-1942 Ministry of Defense Laws to be implemented to determine ones race as Jew and depriving Jewish soldiers of any rank; rules to care for invalid soldiers. Entire Country Detailed description of the "Jewish Law" ; no Jewish officers; documents needed to identify the person as non-Jew; rules for converted Jews; mandatory labor service for ages18-48.  
28B 1943 Ministry of Defense Guns, ammunition and all materials used in war to be under control of the Ministry Entire Country Rules for manufacturing, inventory and distribution of war-materials.  
28C 1942-1943 Ministry of Defense and of Justice Transcript of the alleged crimes committed by lieutenant Dr. Kalman Benedek Carpatho-Ruthenia, Accusations for helping Jewish laborers in camp; embezzled food and money; petition to bring the accused to court marshal yes
28D 1944 City Command for Defense in Budapest Ordinance for forbidding Jewish camp laborers to take leave or being in the city; no justification is necessary of gun usage against disobedient Jews Budapest No Jews from labor camps are allowed without non-Jewish escort on the streets of Budapest, housing of laborers as prisoners with the rule of "shoot to kill" if they are not obeying the orders.  
28E 1944 Territorial Headquarters of Labor Camp Eyewitness testimony describing events during air raids Miskolc Ozd Atrocities committed by members of Arrow Cross against Jewish laborers during air raids.  
28F 1939 Ministry of Defense Proposals for organization and supplies needed for labor camps Entire Country List of materials needed; costs and organizational problems to create labor camps.  
28G 1944 Ministry of Defense Ordinance to "loan" to the Germans Jewish laborers for road work. West (Dunantul) Ordering march by foot of units to road construction toward and near the Austrian border.  
29 1941 Territorial Headquarters of National Defense Detailed definition of applicable rules for Jews with special exemptions Kassa Forms and documents to be presented by Jews who are exempt of certain rules and regulations.  
29A 1943 Ministry of Defense Report of labor camp inspection, comments and recommendations SzentkiralySzabadja (Dunantul) Labor camps accommodations and activities found satisfactory; suggestions to remove of unfit laborers  
29B 1940-1943 Ministry of Defense Various definitions and rulings for handling Jews in labor camps Entire Country Transfer of Jews from military service into labor camps; deprivation of ranks; rules to engage Jews in specialty works, e.g. doctor, engineers, etc.  
29C 1942-1943 Ministry of Defense 2nd Military Command Diary and reports from the Russian front, casualties, road conditions, suggestions to retaliate people in villages; no trade allowed with them Eastern Front Detailed account of fights: accusations of Jews in labor camps as collaborators with the enemy; statistics; requests for more Jewish workers; status of supplies (food and ammo and horses)  
29D 1939 Ministry of Defense Interpretation and execution of the "Jewish Law" in the military Entire Country Suggested procedures for personnel in the Defense to apply for handling Jews in the future  
29E 1941 Ministry of Commerce and Education Restrictions in commerce for Jews Entire Country Limits set for conducting business in primary consumer goods (like flour sugar textile leather etc.)  
29F 1942 Ministry o Defense Various correspondence about Jewish individuals serving in labor camps West of Danube Accusations, petitions for exemption, confidential reports about Jews serving in labor camp yes
29G 1942 Ministry of Defense Reports about imprisoned and fighting partisans on the Eastern Front Eastern Front 30-40 Jewish partisans found among the dead; 2 Hungarian Jews caught and executed. yes
29H 1941-1942 Ministry of Defense Jews employed in key positions at companies serving the public; proposed law for confiscating and distribution of Jewish properties Entire Country Ordinance to eliminate Jewish employment in public service, e.g. gas, water, sanitation, etc.; distributing confiscated Jewish real estate, forests, agricultural equipment, etc.  
29I 1943 Ministry of Defense Report by Congressman G.Malasits Gyor Atrocities committed against Jewish intellectual laborers in camp, reported by their families  
30 1944 Hungarian Ministerial general archives Documents found in the Ghettos at Sarvar, Kecskemet and Szeged Szombathely, Celldomolk and vicinity Inventories and distribution of household articles left by Jews deported from the ghettos; inventory and evaluation of jewelries and cash confiscated.  
30A 1944 Mayor's office Notice to restrict food purchases by Jews; moving Jews to ghettos; distribution of left tangible items. Kecskemet List of stores allowed to sell food to Jews; description of unbearable conditions in ghetto; distribution of housing abandoned by Jews  
30B various General Archives Various identification documents left behind by Jews deported Budapest & vicinity Passport, ID cards, birth certificates, etc. found  
30C 1944 General Archives List of names of all deported Jews from Kecskemet Kecskemet Names of deported Jews from Kecskemet (16 pages)  
30D 1944 General Archives Correspondence from the Jewish Council in Szeged to the Mayor; notices to the Council Szeged Petitions and notices to the Hungarian authorities about the Germans' demand for goods left by Jews; grievances and problems in Ghetto; list of items allowed to take on the forthcoming "trip" (deportation)  
30E 1944 General Archives and Department of Treasury Inventories of confiscated Jewish goods and their distribution Szekesfehervar Jewelry, cash, contents of safe deposits taken into custody; petitions for housing and household goods left behind by deported Jews; distribution of goods.  
31 1944 General Archives and Department of Treasury Inventories of confiscated Jewish goods and their distribution Szekesfehervar Inventories, petitions for distribution of Jewish household, monetary and other assets left behind  
31A 1944 General Archives and Department of Treasury Inventories of Jewish goods left behind and their distributions Cegled and Szeged Inventories of goods left by deported Jews, naming the Jewish owners; distribution of goods.  
31B 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged Jewish public service employees to retire or dismiss Szeged Minutes of meetings about retiring Jewish employees based on the new law  
31C 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged Petitions and Decisions about abandoned Jewish properties Szeged Assigning houses, apartments and industrial and/or commercial properties left by the deported Jews  
31D 1944 Ministry of the Internal Affairs Petition and approval to release anti-Semitic and fascist press Entire country New media issued by the Imredy party called Party of the Hungarian Rejuvenation; program of party detailed  
31E 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged Citizens' applications for housing Szeged and vicinity Homes formerly owned by Jews to be distributed  
32 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged and Chamber of Commerce Petitions to appropriate and distribute industrial and commercial properties Szeged and vicinity Distribution of Jewish owned properties for restaurants, factories, print shop, etc.; nominating non Jewish directors and personnel yes
32A 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged Ordinance and correspondence to all public employees Szeged and vicinity Proof required for public employees of their non-Jewish origin  
32B 1944 Ministry of Commerce and Transportation Ordinance to confiscate all commercial establishments owned by Jews Entire Country Confiscate all inventories and equipment in Jewish possession in their commercial enterprises; closing down all operations.  
32C 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged and Department of Treasury Notice to all territorial officers Szeged an vicinity Complete list of all Jews owning commercial establishments and inventory of existing merchandise  
32D 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged Correspondence from the Committee Szeged an vicinity Request for nominating overseers (guardians) of assets left behind by the deported Jews.  
32E 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged Petitions by Jews designated to be moved to ghetto; applications by non Jews to occupy Jewish residencies Szeged and vicinity Documents presented by Jews requesting exemption to move to ghetto; refusal by Mayor to all petitions; approval of non-Jews housing requests.  
33 1944 Ministry of Interior Affairs Ordinance to all medical and medically related institutions Entire Country Dismissal of all Jewish personnel employed by any type of medical facilities  
33A 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged and Chamber of Commerce Applications for housing in abandoned Jewish residencies; petition to fill positions in former Jewish companies Szeged and vicinity Approval of housing; nomination of new officers in appropriated Jewish establishments  
33B 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged Petitions by Jews to be exempt of moving to ghetto; applications to obtain Jewish assets and residencies. Szeged and vicinity Documents presented requesting exemption from ghetto; letters of refusal; distribution of residencies vacated by Jews moved to ghetto  
33C 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged Receipts by the German Command for Jewish goods received Szeged Detailed lists of assets distributed to the German Authorities; residencies and tangible assets.  
34 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged Petitions by Jews to be exempt of moving to ghetto; applications to obtain Jewish assets and residencies. Szeged and vicinity List of former Jewish residences to be distributed ; refusal of all applications forwarded by Jews to be exempt from moving to ghetto  
34B 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged Statements of expenses occurred with moving Jews to the ghetto; inventories of articles left in the residencies Szeged and vicinity Receipts of monies received for transportation and other expenses caused by moving the Jews; detailed list of goods left behind and their distribution  
34C 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged List of Jewish physicians/engineers unmarried or without children Szeged and vicinity Ordering single professionals to be sent to military or -if not trustworthy as citizen - to the ghetto  
34D 1944 Office of the Mayor of Szeged Expenses for maintaining residencies in ghetto; approval of payments Szeged and vicinity Required repairs in ghetto residencies to preserve goods left behind by the deported Jews  
35 1944 Hungarian National Archives Ordinance for mandatory display of the yellow star for all categories of Jews; moving of Jews to Ghetto; rights right of citizens to move into Jewish residencies. Entire Country Wearing of the Jewish star; reason given: all Jews are unreliable elements; describing penalties for not conforming; concentration of Jewish population from smaller communities into larger city ghettos  
35A 1944 Hungarian National Archives Dissolving the Union of National Jewish Patronage Entire Country Ceasing all functions of the Union, confiscating all its assets  
35B 1944 Ministry of Interior Affairs Official notice to move all Jews to the designated areas(ghetto), list of residencies to be vacated Budapest Detailed description of streets and area of ghetto; regulations of confinement, penalties, limited number of articles that can be moved with them.  
35C 1941-1942 Ministry of Interior Affairs Petition by the Physicians Association of Szeged, joined by all Medical Staff from the whole country; same for other Jewish professional Szeged and vicinity Asking to limit Jewish physicians to treat Jewish patients only ( 4300 doctors in the whole country), implemented limitations; opinions of having shortages in professional services.  
35D 1944 Ministry of Interior Affairs Decree to identify Jews to be exempt of restricting laws based on merits Recaptured territories Evaluation of Jews' behavior while living under foreign governments and during the communist revolution in 1919 - to be exempt of persecution  
35E 1944 Ministry of Interior Affairs Proposals of the Cabinet (ministry) to assure population with doctors Entire Country Shortage in medical assistance caused by the restrictions brought against Jewish doctors  
35F 1944 Ministry of Agriculture Decree to revoke from Jews licenses and income from any agriculturally related activities; confiscating assets Entire Country No Jew is allowed in agriculture; all assets in possession of Jews should be confiscated as taxes in arrear  
35G 1944 Mayor of Greater Budapest Report of dismissing Jews from public employment Budapest Execution of decree regarding civil service employees; requested identification from non-Jews  
35H 1944 Ministry of Interior Affairs Ordinance to cease existence of all institutions, associations, organizations of Jewish character Entire Country Closing down all those organizations that serve any Jewish interest; confiscate all assets of these entities; list of certain items to be taken over.  
35I 1942-1944 Interior Affairs and Police Headquarters Reports and correspondence about certain Jews to be arrested Entire Country Various Jewish individuals accused and arrested for activities "detrimental to national interest"  
36 1944 National Crime Control and Prevention (Police) Reports, fingerprints, personal data of Jews accused criminally and arrests Entire Country Jews accused of conspiracy, criminal activities against national interests, arrests.  
36A 1943-1944 Central Office for Control of Foreign Citizens Correspondence and reports about Jews to be deported as foreigners Transylvania Lack of satisfactory documentation for citizenship; Jews deported to Romania; some are appealing  
36B 1944 Royal Hungarian Police Budapest Headquarters and local Mayor's Offices Ordinance forbidding appearing publicly of non-Jews with Jews; compensation of expenses for ghetto Entire Country Under severe penalty of law no one is allowed to appear in public with Jews wearing the yellow star; payment for work connected with separation of Jews  
36C 1944 Ministry of Interior Affairs Distribution of Jewish Doctors' and Pharmacists' equipment; Maramures and vicinity Requests for material and equipment left by Jewish doctors and pharmacists sent to the ghetto and deported  
36D 1944 Mayor's Office in greater Budapest Decree to confiscate all medical equipment and materials; other reports and statistics of medical personnel Budapest and vicinity Inventory of medical supplies in Jewish possession; strict instruction for keep them under lock; reports of Jews functioning in medical fields.  
36E 1944 Department of Treasury Inventories of assets left by Jewish doctors deported; distribution requests Szombathely Requested items by non-Jews; approval of goods to be distributed  
36F 1943-1944 Ministry of Interior Affairs and of Defense Ordinance to determine periods for shopping in public by Jews; reports accusing Jews of price dodging and other anti-national deeds Budapest Nagykallo Budapest's Mayor limits shopping times for Jews, complaints by citizens that Jews take everything away  
36G 1944 Ministry of Interior, Department of National Defense Reports, minutes, witness testimonies accusing Jews and their collaborators for criminal and anti-national acts Entire Country Listing of criminal act committed by Jews against Hungary; German anti-Semitic and anti Bolshevik press release  
36H 1940 Chevra Kadisha of Munkacs Revision of governing laws of the Sacred Association Munkacs 34 pages describing the basic rules and purposes of the Association revised  
36I 1944 The Bishop of Csanad and Mayor of Szeged Letters addressed to the governing bodies of Szeged ;applications for exemption from ghetto Szeged and vicinity Correspondence expressing the Bishops outrage for inhumane handling of Jews; refusals for. exempting converted Jews from the ghetto yes

 

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