|Catalog No.||198||Similar Items|
|Brief Description||Joseph Jaszunski: report on the Warsaw ghetto||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||00003R"M||Similar Items|
|File name||Jaszunski Joseph - report on the Warsaw ghetto||Similar Items|
|Period||During World War II||Similar Items|
|From Date||15/05/1941||Similar Items|
|To Date||15/05/1942||Similar Items|
|Author||Jaszunski Joseph||Similar Items|
|Date of event||18/05/1942||Similar Items|
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A report on the Warsaw ghetto prepared by a committee headed by Judenrat member Joseph Jaszunski. The committee was appointed by Judenrat chairman Adam Czerniakow, on instructions from the ghetto's Kommissar, Heinz Auerswald, at the end of Auslander's first year in office: May 15, 1941 - May 15, 1942.
The report deals with changes in the lives of Jews following the edicts; the effect on their lives of crowded conditions; activities of ghetto institutions in the areas of the Jewish police force, social welfare, and sanitation; deportations to labor camps; absorption of refugees from the region surrounding Warsaw, Germany, and the Czech protectorate, hunger, and mortality.
18 pages, typewritten, in Polish. Close