International Tracing Service

documentation,

research,

information,

commemoration.

documentation,

research,

information,

commemoration.

documentation,

research,

information,

commemoration.

documentation,

research,

information,

commemoration.

documentation,

research,

information,

commemoration.

documentation,

research,

information,

commemoration.

documentation,

research,

information,

commemoration.

documentation,

research,

information,

commemoration.

Victims of Nazi persecution and their family members

"Remembering is living!“

Sally Perel, survivor and author

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Sally Perel, survivor and author

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Research

"This archive offers an abundance of new perspectives for researchers."

Sascha Feuchert, Justus-Liebig University Gießen

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Sascha Feuchert, Co-Founder and Head of the Holocaust Literature Office at the Justus-Liebig University Gießen

Education

"Personal fates help young people learn more about history."

Deborah Krieg, Anne Frank Educational Institute

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Deborah Krieg, Deputy Director/Education Consultant at the Anne Frank Educational Institute

The interested public

"By way of the Online Archive the ITS is available to visitors world-wide."

Nina Kollas, consultant from Berlin

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Nina Kollas, consultant from Berlin
13.07.2016 | News

Empathy for the fates of victims and refugees

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11.07.2016 | News

‟I never saw my parents or my sister again.”

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13.07.2016 | News

Empathy for the fates of victims and refugees

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11.07.2016 | News

‟I never saw my parents or my sister again.”

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04.07.2016 | News

Mourning Elie Wiesel

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30.06.2016 | News

Retracing her parents’ path

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29.06.2016 | News

ITS 2015 Annual Report online

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27.06.2016 | News

Web-documentary ‟Im Märkischen Sand”

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