About the Resource Center
The Holocaust Survivors and Victims Resource Center ensures the individual experiences of survivors and victims of the Holocaust and Nazi-era persecution are collected, preserved, and disseminated for future generations.
Holocaust Survivors and Victims Database
This database centralizes information from the Museum’s collections about individual survivors and victims of the Holocaust and Nazi persecution.Search
International Tracing Service (ITS)
Our staff can search millions of digitized images of documentation to locate a single name on your behalf.Submit a request
Help Us Find Them
Join the Remember Me? project and help us learn the fates of 1,100 children who were separated from their families during World War II.Take part
Explore the experiences of individuals during the Holocaust.Read More
The Museum’s Benjamin and Vladka Meed Registry of Holocaust Survivors seeks the names of all survivors of the Holocaust and Nazi-era persecution, living or deceased, to record their experiences for future generations, assist survivors and their families in tracing missing relatives and friends, and provide reference information to scholars of the Holocaust, genealogists, and members of the public.
There is no single list of victims and survivors of Holocaust-era persecution. Instead, researching family history around the Holocaust is a process of following trails and piecing together bits of information.
The Museum has many resources that could assist you in researching the fates of individuals during the Holocaust. Many of these are only available onsite in the Holocaust Survivors and Victims Resource Center on the Museum’s Second Floor. The center is open seven days a week, and staff is available to provide guidance and answer your questions.