Telegrams after escapes of prisoners.
The telegrams were sent by the commandant of Auschwitz-Birkenau to the Reich Main Security Office (RSHA), the Central Economic-Administrative Office (SS-WVHA), and to the Secret State Police (Gestapo) , Criminal Police (Kripo) and the Border Police (Greco). The camp authorities asked these centers for help in the search for escaped prisoners. There are following data in the telegram: name, date and place of birth, marital status, place of residence, place of residence of the parents, description ( height, hair color, eye color) camp number, date of escape and sometimes even the details about the escape. Under the text of the telegram there is a signature of the camp commandant.
Originaly the collection of telegrams were found at the German Police stations in Inowrocławiu, Łódź and Sieradż. Documents were moved to the Archives of Auschwitz Museum by the Main Commission for Investigation of Nazi Crimes in Poland in 1961.
Meldeblatt Oberpräsidium Breslau for the period 1941 to October 1944.
The collection includes arrest warrants for escaped prisoners from the concentration camps and labor camps. The documents were created by Gestapo police of Oberpräsidentz Breslau (Wrocław).
The arrest warrant contains full name, camp number, date and place of birth, nationality and home address and the description of escape.