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02/24/2014 “It is fascinating to work with documents”

20 eleventh grade students from the “Katharinen-Gymnasium” in Ingolstadt engaged in research on Displaced Persons (DPs) at the International Tracing Service (ITS) for two days. Subjects of their research were, among others, the culture, organization and administration in the DP Camps, repatriations to the Soviet Union,...

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02/28/2014 Teachers devoted themselves to the subject of “Displaced Persons (DPs)”

In cooperation with the teacher training college of the “Gemeinschaft Evangelischer Erzieher GEE” (Community of Protestant educators), the “Jüdisches Museum Westfalen“ (Jewish Museum Westphalia), the “Kinderlehrhaus zur Förderung des interreligiösen und interkulturellen Lernens e.V.” (Children’s school for the...

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03/03/2014 ITS-Exhibition on the Death Marches at the Library “Wolfdietrich-Schnurre-Bibliothek” Berlin

The traveling exhibition “Search for Traces - the Death Marches in the Documents of the International Tracing Service (ITS)” will be shown at the library “Wolfdietrich-Schnurre-Bibliothek” in Berlin until the end of March 2014. It provides a look into the document collections of the ITS on this subject and presents the...

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03/25/2014 Chair of the International Commission visited ITS

  Andrzej Misztal, current Chair of the International Commission of the International Tracing Service (ITS), has visited the ITS in Bad Arolsen accompanied by Michal Drozniewski today. During the talks with ITS Director Professor Dr Rebecca Boehling and members of the management current subjects of the ITS, for...

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04/28/2014 Remembrance of Holocaust Victims in Israel

This year, the Holocaust Remembrance Day – Yom HaShoah – was held in Israel on April 28th. Every year on the 27th of Nissan, according to the Hebrew calendar, Israel commemorates the six million Jewish victims of the Shoah. On the occasion of this day, a commemoration ceremony also took place at the United Nations (UN)...

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05/07/2014 Seminar with Eastern European teachers in Berlin

At the invitation of the Memorial and Educational Site “House of the Wannsee Conference” and the Russian Research and Educational Holocaust Center, Elisabeth Schwabauer of the ITS Research and Education Branch, presented the International Tracing Service (ITS) and its pedagogical work. The event, which was attended by...

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05/16/2014 Scholarly Exchange on the ITS Collections and Current Holocaust Scholarship in Washington

On the occasion of the conference "The International Tracing Service Collections and Holocaust Scholarship" taking place in Washington on 12th and 13th May 2014, the examples of numerous research projects were used to examine the value the collections of the International Tracing Service (ITS) already have...

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05/27/2014 Close Cooperation between ITS and the University of Kassel

In April and May 2014, two groups of students and student teachers from the University of Kassel set off to search in documents of historical significance at the International Tracing Service (ITS) for didactic purposes. Hans-Peter Klein, head of the Faculty of History at the “Studienseminar für Gymnasien” (institution...

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06/04/2014 Search for Documents for an Exhibit by the Foundation “Fleeing, Expulsion and Reconciliation”

On 3 and 4 June 2014, the historian Ursula Breymayer, on behalf of the Foundation Fleeing, Expulsion, Reconciliation, tried to get an impression of the documentary material available in the archives of the International Tracing Service (ITS) regarding the death marches just before the end of the war. The Foundation is...

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06/06/2014 “An interesting place for conducting research.”

Research on Displaced Persons (DPs) led Dr. Daniel Maul, lecturer at the Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, and the students of his advanced seminar to the ITS in Bad Arolsen on 6 June 2014. The purpose of the visit was to examine, on the basis of documents from the archives of the International Tracing Service (ITS),...

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