Timiș County Documents Fond: Reports […], history of the Jewish problem


Please note JBAT archivists did not survey this material directly. The folder description provided by the CNSAS inventory reads: Reports, informative memos, declarations, plans for searching for information, history of the Jewish problem, informative summaries on the activities of the Jewish minority from the regions of Arad and Timișoara and the attitude of the Romanian and German population towards the Jewish community; situation of informants operating in 1953 dealing the problem of enemies amongst the Jewish national minority from the city of Arad. Please note that this folder appears to be miscatalogued, when requested a folder with Hungarian nationalist content was delivered.


Timiș Securitate (Communist secret police agency in Timiș county)




Textual records




Romanian, German


Collected by the Timiș county Securitate and centralized in Bucharest after 1989.

Access Rights:

At the time of the JBAT survey (2015), the inventory for this collection was accessible only at the physical location of the CNSAS and only in digital form on the computers of the CNSAS reading room. In order to research at the CNSAS, an individual must be "accredited". Accreditation is obtained by submitting a request describing the research topic. In addition to the folders listed in the JBAT catalogue, once one is accredited, one can also search for folders under a specific name. For more information on the accreditation process, see here (in Romanian). http://www.cnsas.ro/cercetatori.html.

Call Number:

Fond documentar Timiș; cota S.R.I. 27; vol. 1; cota CNSAS 9644/1

Bibliographic Citation:

Fond documentar Timiș; cota S.R.I. 27; vol. 1; cota CNSAS 9644/1; Consiliul Național pentru Studierea Arhivelor Securității


Consiliul Naţional Pentru Studierea Arhivelor Securităţii (C.N.S.A.S.), Strada Matei Basarab nr. 55-57, sector 3, cod 030671, Bucureşti - România, Tel. 0374.189.161, Email: office@cnsas.ro

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