The International Tracing Service (ITS) (https://www.its-arolsen.org/en/information/) is an archive and a center for documenting National Socialist persecution and the liberated survivors. Former victims of Nazism and their families receive information regarding their incarceration, forced labor and post-war Allied assistance. The more than 30 million documents in the ITS archives also provide the basis for research and education.
“…The ITS archives hold all of the preserved index cards of the Reich Association of Jews in Germany. The Association was founded in January 1939 by order of Hermann Göring. The collection comprises a total of 32,000 index cards containing biographical information on the people listed in this forced registry. The ITS placed the index cards of the Reich Association of Jews in its online-archive in March 2017: http://bit.ly/2mJIZgQ”
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