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01/31/2012 President of the German Federal Archives gets an impression of the International Tracing Service

Over the last two days Dr. Michael Hollmann, the president of the German Federal Archive, has been visiting the archive of the International Tracing Service (ITS) for the first time. The ITS archive contains about 30 million documents relating to Nazi persecution. From January 2013 the Federal Archive will become the...

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01/27/2012 Minister Boddenberg visited the ITS

Michael Boddenberg, Hessian Minister for Federal Affairs and State Representative in the Federal Parliament has visited the International Tracing Service (ITS) today to mark Holocaust Remembrance Day. "As Germans we have an obligation to face up to the past and to learn from it", Boddenberg said. "This...

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12/14/2011 ITS handed over digital copies to Wiener Library

The International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen today handed over digital copies of documents from its archives to the Wiener Library in London. ”The shared use of the ITS documentation will strengthen the cooperation between our two organisations and support historical research in Great Britain“, said ITS...

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11/25/2011 Discussion of new research results on death marches

The International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen discussed new research results and perspectives on the subject of death marches from the National Socialist concentration camps at a two day international conference. The conference “On the traces of the Death Marches – Crimes, Investigations and Remembrance"...

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11/22/2011 New Agreements Establish Future Missions and Structure for the ITS

The International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen will expand its role and faces a change in management. The eleven-member state International Commission that supervises the work of the ITS last week initialled two new agreements on the future tasks and administration of the ITS. The new agreements formally extend...

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