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World Memory Project Turns Three

New goal set for project on its third anniversary. Read More »

The Experience of German Jews during the Holocaust

Information from some 25,000 historical records now searchable online. Read More »

Project Helps Students Connect with History

New Jersey high school involvement with World Memory Project highlighted. Read More »

200,000 Records from Kraków Jewish Community Now Searchable

Records relate to questionnaires submitted during the ID card application process. Read More »

Lodz Ghetto Collection Now Searchable

Information relates to the experiences of thousands of victims. Read More »

New Collection Searchable and Two Million Records Indexed

Searchable records pertain to victims of Nazi persecution in France. Read More »

Contributors Recognized at Museum 20th Anniversary Event

Two contributors from Southern California receive certificates of appreciation for their efforts on behalf of project. Read More »

Launch of Kraków collection nearly doubles searchable names

Information is from questionnaires filled out by Jews in 1940 and 1941. Read More »

Information on Romanian Jewish Victims Now Searchable

Details pertain to an estimated 19,000 individuals. Read More »

Information on 40,000 More Victims Now Searchable

Information relates to Jewish victims from Poland and Jews who fled to Palestine. Read More »

World Memory Project Marks First Anniversary

Thanks go to contributors for making so many records searchable. Read More »

World Memory Project Video Receives Award

“Yes, That’s My Father” selected for 2012 DoGooder Nonprofit Video Award. Read More »

Polish Prisoners of War Collection Now Searchable

The victims were from the Kresy Wschodine area of eastern Poland. Read More »

Soviet Commission Collection Now Searchable

Information relates to victims on Eastern Front during World War II. Read More »

One Million Records Keyed

Thanks to 2,300 contributors from around the world, the World Memory Project reaches a major milestone. Read More »

“Yes, That’s My Father”

Survivor Sol Finkelstein didn't know his father's fate until his son Joseph contacted the Museum. Read More »

NPR Also Features Project

The World Memory Project helps families complete stories about their past, says the son of Holocaust survivors. Read More »

CNN Features World Memory Project

Indexing records from the Museum's collection helps keep the memory of victims alive, according to World Memory Project contributor.  Read More »

Information about 30,000 Holocaust Victims Now Searchable

Thanks to the efforts of more than 2,100 volunteers from around the world, information from four Museum collections is now available online and can be searched at no cost.  Read More »

The Grandfather She Never Knew

In this video, educator Elaine Culbertson describes how information from the Museum's archives made her grandfather who died during the Holocaust no longer a "ghost of the past." Read More »

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