Of the documents in the ITS Archives, 85 percent have been digitized and can be seen and used for research at computer stations in our reading rooms. Visitors to the ITS receive on-site information on the structure of the database. Moreover, visitors have the opportunity to make use of the special ITS library on Nazi persecution, the survivors and the repercussions.
The ITS archive holdings offer the potential to gain more knowledge about the Holocaust, Nazi forced labor as well as the persecution of political opponents and minorities or the murder of Sinti and Roma. Additionally, for topics such as Displaced Persons, Child Survivors or on the history of remembrance and restitution the collections of the ITS are a significant source of information for research.