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11/18/2011 New rules on fees and tariffs passed

The previous restrictions on the release of copies to researchers in the archives of the International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen have now been formally lifted. The International Commission, consisting of eleven member states, which sets down the guidelines for the work of the ITS, agreed to an appropriate...

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10/12/2011 The release of copies to researchers is to be made easier

The International Tracing Service (ITS) wants to lift the current restrictions concerning the release of copies to researchers. The rules on fees and tariffs and the online form for research requests have been revised accordingly. "Our aim is and remains to provide the best possible access for research", said...

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08/26/2011 Art against dictators – Exhibition of the caricatures of the artist Josef Čapek

The International Tracing Service (ITS) opened an exhibition of drawings and caricatures by the Czech artist Josef Čapek in Bad Arolsen yesterday evening. The latter had vehemently turned against the National Socialist dictatorship at an early stage with his artistic and literary work. "Čapek rebelled with the pen...

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08/10/2011 ITS enters into long-term partnership with the Christian-Rauch School in Bad Arolsen

Today, the International Tracing Service (ITS) entered into a partnership with the Christian-Rauch School in Bad Arolsen. A long-term partnership is planned starting from the beginning of the 2011/2012 school year comprising regular visits to the archives, smaller individual projects and even courses on selected...

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07/01/2011 Further data handed over to partner organisations

This week the International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen has handed over further copies of its databases to six partner organisations in Israel, the USA, Poland, France, Luxembourg and Belgium. The data consists of the first 76,000 of a total of 3 million correspondence files, as well as remaining documents...

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