Arhivska građa o Jevrejima Beograda u Prvom svetskom ratu iz arhiva u Lavovu
Archive material on Belgrade Jews in World War One from the archives in Lvov
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U Arhivu u Moskvi i manjim delom u Arhivu u Lavovu, nalazi se arhiva nastala radom Uprave beogradske sefardske jevrejske opštine u periodu od 1860. do 1940. godine. Za potrebe ovog rada pregledana je građa iz Arhiva u Lavovu u kojoj se nalazi i nekoliko dokumenata iz perioda Prvog svetskog rata.
Once the former Soviet Union archives were opened up in 1992, it became evident that practically the entire archive material related to the Jewish Community of Belgrade for the period between 1860 and 1940 was located in Moscow. Some ten years later, it was discovered that the archives in Lvov also contained a certain part of this material related to the administration of the Belgrade Jewish Religious Community of Sephardic Tradition. A number of these documents refer to World War One and they have great significance since they shed light on the unknown or scarcely known situation of the civilian Jewish population of Belgrade and Niš during World War One. Among the key new data resulting from this archive, documents are the reports submitted by Rabbi Isak Alkalaj on his humanitarian mission to Europe in 1915, and the recorded minutes from the sessions of the Community Administration for the period 1916-1918.
Keywords:Jevreji - Prvi svetski rat / Jevreji - arhivska građa / Jews - World War I / Jews - archive material
Source:Zbornik 10 : Studije, arhivska i memoarska građa o Jevrejima Jugoslavije, Jevrejski istorijski muzej - Beograd = Jewish studies 10 : Studies, archival and memorial materials (about Yugoslav Jews), Jewish historical museum - Belgrade, 2015, 10, 71-91
- Beograd : Savez jevrejskih opština Jugoslavije [Federation of Jewish Communitues in Jugoslavia]