Arolsen Archives quietly adds 13 million more WWII records… — Find Lost Russian & Ukrainian Family

It was only last summer when Arolsen Archives- International Center on Nazi Persecution expanded its database to 13 million records on displaced persons and Nazi persecution victims. Now, the database has doubled in size with records on forced laborers and deportations to concentration camps. It is quite the gift to have these documents online at this […]

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2 Responses to Arolsen Archives quietly adds 13 million more WWII records… — Find Lost Russian & Ukrainian Family

  1. Pingback: More than 13 million documents online – Arolsen Archives International Center on Nazi Persecution | Ups and Downs of Family History V2.0

  2. SLIMJIM says:

    So much records!

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