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and Ancestry.com have teamed up to engage the public’s help in creating the largest free online resource of information on victims of the Holocaust and Nazi persecution during World War II. Through the World Memory Project, you can help make information from Museum records searchable online. Anyone, anywhere can contribute to the project, and even a few minutes can create family connections that transcend war and time. Join the project. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Holocaust Records currently included are:
- USHMM: Ain, France, Selected Holocaust Records,1940-1944
- USHMM: Czechoslovakia, Jewish Applications for Social Welfare After WWII
- USHMM: Czechoslovakia, Jews Deported to Terezin and Poland, 1943-1945
- USHMM: Munich, Germany, Displaced Jewish Children at the Ulm Children's Home, 1945-1948
NOTE: These records as available through the World Memory Project are searchable online for FREE
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