Two new USHMM Projects!

This week brings us two new World Memory Project projects – Prague, Czechoslovakia, Selected Holocaust Records, 1939-1945 and Poland, Lódz Ghetto Inhabitant List, 1939-1944.

The Prague, Czechoslovakia, Selected Holocaust Records, 1939-1945 project has a wide variety of records – letters, execution lists, arrest lists, prisoner lists and index cards, shootings of civilians, name lists of arrested civilians.  The records are in both German and Czech and there is generally a little translation involved in locating the information to be keyed.  If you have questions or feedback post on the Discussion page or the USHMM message board.

The Poland, Lódz Ghetto Inhabitant List, 1939-1944 project was previously started as a Student program project and contains lists of individuals who lived in the Lódz Ghetto.  They are easy to follow and read.  If you have questions or feedback post on the Discussion page or the USHMM message board.

Happy keying!

Previous Articles


Months – A, B, C or 1, 2, 3?

Two more new projects!

Across the world

More LIVE databases to search

New Keying Projects

Another new project

Heading Down Under this week…

Another new project

Welcome to Ancestry World Archives Project News

Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog! Take a second to peek around and check out some of my previous posts. Of course, I would love to find out what you think as well, so make sure to comment. See you around!