Orders, reports, and correspondence regarding the monitoring of foreigners, volume I


This files contains various orders, reports, and correspondence regarding the status of foreigners, verification of citizenship, renunciation and revocation of citizenship. Many of the items pertain to the status of Jews of various nationalities – see for example sheets 234-238, which include lists of all Jews in Rădăuți district who entered Romania after 1936. Elsewhere, as on sheet 390, tables and lists offer data on various minority groups, including Jews, purely on the basis of ethnicity, rather than on citizenship or other qualifiers. Elsewhere, documents list various restrictions and ordinances affecting foreigners in Romania – for example, sheet 461 contains an order prohibiting any foreign Jews from visiting spa or resort towns as well as rural areas. Several of the items in the final third of the file directly or obtusely mention deportations and repatriations of Jews, in some cases providing lists of names, as well as information on Jews permitted to remain at their own residence.


Police of the Town of Rădăuți




Pamphlet binding


742 sheets




The records were maintained by the respective institution until the communist period, during which they were acquired and processed by the National Archives at an unknown date.

Call Number:

Poliția Orașului Rădăuți; număr curent 226; fond 375; inventar 143; dosar 19/1941

Bibliographic Citation:

Poliția Orașului Rădăuți; număr curent 226; fond 375; inventar 143; dosar 19/1941; Arhivele Naționale ale României; Direcţia Judeţeană Suceava


Arhivele Naționale ale României, Direcţia Judeţeană Suceava, strada Ştefan cel Mare nr. 33, cod 720003, jud. Suceava Romania

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