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06/27/2013 Yearbook on Early Testimonies of Survivors

The second scholarly yearbook of the ITS in Bad Arolsen deals with early postwar testimonies of survivors of Nazi persecution and the Holocaust. "The testimonies in the form of letters, articles, diaries or statements show that survivors were clearly not silent after their liberation and began dealing with the...

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06/19/2013 Archive of the International Tracing Service listed in UNESCO Register „Memory of the World“

The UNESCO has inscribed the original documents and the Central Name Index of the Archives of the International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen, Germany, into the Memory of the World Register. „We are thrilled by the news“, said ITS director Professor Rebecca Boehling. „This is a great honor for the ITS and should...

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06/10/2013 General inventory published

The International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen published a general inventory on its website today. It catalogues the archival collections and provides for the very first time detailed information about the scope of the different sub-fonds. In addition, it offers short explanations about the type, background and...

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05/29/2013 EHRI workshop on “Geography and Holocaust research”

From 27th to 29th May 2013 the International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen hosted a workshop on “Geography and Holocaust research” with 18 participants from seven countries. “We are very pleased to be the host for this important interdisciplinary exchange between academics. The findings of the geographers enable...

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03/21/2013 Cooperation with the Educational Centre of the Fritz Bauer Institute and the Anne Frank Educational Centre in Frankfurt am Main

The International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen, the Educational Centre of the Fritz Bauer Institute and the Jewish Museum Frankfurt, and the Anne Frank Educational Centre in Frankfurt are working together on the development of the exhibition 'Life in Transit - Trauma and New Beginnings. Survivors of Nazi...

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