Rosenbaum, Eli Papers / Record Group 191
Title Rosenbaum, Eli Papers
Accession Number RG-191
Extent 0.2 linear feet (1 box)
Provenance Donated by Eli Rosenbaum
Eli Rosenbaum is the Director of Human Rights Enforcement Strategy and Policy for the Department of Justice, formerly known as the Office of Special Investigations. In his position with the DOJ, Rosenbaum has been involved in trying over 100 alleged Nazi war criminals in the United States.
Restriction on Access No restriction on access
Restriction on Use No restrictions on use.
Language English and German
Preferred Citation Virginia Holocaust Museum, Record Group #, Title, [Folder #].
Scope and Content
The Rosenbaum collection consists of court documents, expert reports, and translated German documents from six separate war crimes trials against former Lithuanians living in the United States.
|1||1||United States v. Algimantas Dailide documents|
|1||2||United States v. Liudas Kairys documents|
|1||3||Camp Deposition of Juozas Prunskis (U.S. v. Liudas Kairys)|
|1||4||United States v. Kazys Ciurinskas documents|
|1||5||United States v. Jonas Stelmokas documents|
|1||6||United States v. Aleksandras Lileikis documents|
|1||7||United States v. Kazys Palciauskas documents|
|1||8||Documents and Expert Reports on Lithuania|
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939–1945)–Lithuania
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939–1945) Lithuania–Kaunas
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939–1945) Lithuania–Vilnius
- Treblinka (Concentration camp)
- 2nd Lithuanian Schutzmannschaft