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International Tracing Service

International Tracing Service

Years of international Museum advocacy result in ratification of the agreement to open the International Tracing Service archive in Bad Arolsen, Germany. Copies of more than 100 million documents with information on more than 17 million people are now available to Holocaust survivors, their families, and scholars. To date, the Museum has provided information in response to more than 14,700 requests.–Richard Ehrlich for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum

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