Back in May I wrote about how the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and Ancestry.com had teamed up to index some of the USHMM’s millions of records online. The indexes would be created via volunteers using special software provided by Ancestry.com, and the indexes would be be freely available on Ancestry.com (although not the images which would only be viewable on site at the USHMM itself). This project was dubbed the World Memory Project (similar to their existing volunteer indexing project the World Archives Project) and the first results were introduced some months later.
- Ain, France, Selected Holocaust Records,1940-1944
- Czechoslovakia, Jewish Applications for Social Welfare After WWII
- Czechoslovakia, Jews Deported to Terezin and Poland, 1943-1945
- Munich, Germany, Displaced Jewish Children at the Ulm Children’s Home, 1945-1948
- Poland, Selected Records of Jews in the Radom District, 1939-1945
- Soviet Union, Records from Soviet Commission to Investigate Nazi Crimes, 1940-1945