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04/11/2014 The Deputy Principal Officer of the US Consulate General and the Representative of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany visited the ITS

The Deputy Principal Officer of the US Consulate General in Frankfurt/Main, Charisse M. Phillips, and her Public Affiars Specialist Miriam Jaster visited the International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen together with Rüdiger Mahlo, Representative of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims...

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04/04/2014 Pedagogical Booklet on the Index Card File of the Reich Association of Jews in Germany

The International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen and the New Synagogue Berlin Foundation - Centrum Judaicum presented today in Berlin a pedagogical booklet about the Index Card File of the Reich Association of Jews in Germany, which is part of the archival collections of the ITS. The publication entitled...

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04/03/2014 New Head of Archives at the ITS

This week Dr. Christian Groh started his work as Head of Archives for the International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen. The 46-year-old will take on the responsibility for the departments of Archival Management, Archival Description, Indexing and Digitization with roughly 100 staff members. “My reasons for...

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02/27/2014 Day of the Archives - Insights into the archives for all interested parties on 8th March 2014

On Saturday, 8th March 2014, the International Tracing Service (ITS) will open its doors on Schlossstraße on the occasion of the Day of the Archives. This nationwide event has been organized for the seventh time by the association of German archivists “Verband deutscher Archivarinnen und Archivare (VdA)“. This time,...

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12/13/2013 New staff take on leading positions at the ITS

The International Tracing Service (ITS) has recently hired three new staff members in leadership positions: Dr. Volker Uhl began his duties as Deputy Director of the ITS in the middle of November 2013, Jörn Hendrik Kischlat was appointed the head of the Archival Cataloging Department as of the beginning of December,...

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