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This is a journal targeted at German-speaking Jews around the globe. These are links to Vol. 1, No. 1 (1934) - Vol. 70, No. 5 (2004)


International Tracing Service

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is currently receiving digital copies of documents from the International Tracing Service (ITS) in Bad Arolsen (Germany), an archive established after World War II to help reunite families separated during the war. Using these records and other relevant documents in its own collection, Museum staff will attempt to document the fates of individuals during the Holocaust. note that archival records do not include information on every Holocaust victim or survivor.

Remembrance Registry

The Benjamin and Vladka Meed Registry of Holocaust Survivors, established in 1981 as a national registry to document the lives of survivors who came to the United States after World War II, now includes over 200,000 records.
The Benjamin and Vladka Meed Registry of Holocaust Survivors

The Holocaust Survivors and Victims Database at USHMM collects information about individual victims of Nazi persecution from the Museum’s archives. The database includes millions of personal records to help research the fates of specific people.
The Holocaust Survivors and Victims Database

Project Heart(Holocaust Era Asset Restitution Taskforce)

The primary purpose of this organization is to help individuals obtain restitution for property confiscated, looted, or forcibly sold during the Nazi era.
Project Heart

Third Generation New York

This is a New York City based organization for grandchildren of Holocaust survivors that is dedicated to keeping memory and stories of the Holocaust alive.
Third Generation New York


Allgenerations is a worldwide network for Holocaust Survivors, their children and grandchildren, and other interested individuals and organizations. Allgenerations aims to enhance Holocaust education by disseminating and sharing information and to keep our unique community connected.