- 3100+ contributors have contributed 2.44+ million records
- We’ve completed 23 projects adding 15 new databases on Ancestry
To celebrate this week we will highlight each of the projects with Daily Challenges.
- Tuesday – USHMM – Kraków, Poland, ID Card Applications for Jews During WWII, 1940-1941 (Part 7) This is the last of our Krakow projects and contains a different variety of records from the previous Krakow records. The form types are easy to identify and there is a variety of handwritten and typed records.
- Wednesday – USHMM – Poland, Lodz Ghetto Worker ID Cards, 1939-1944 (Part 2) There are also 7 different form types for this project, minus the Miscellaneous records, they are on printed forms and easy to identify. There is a variety of handwritten and typed records.
- Thursday – USHMM – Poland, Lodz Ghetto Register Books, 1939-1944 (Part 2) These are handwritten records on printed forms so it is easy to locate the data to be keyed.
- Friday – USHMM – Odessa, Ukraine, Selected Holocaust Records from Romanian Occupation during World War II and USHMM – Czech Republic, Social Welfare and Repatriation Records of Holocaust Survivors, 1939-1948, 1939-1948 There are only arbitration (Odessa) and review records available for these projects.
- Saturday & Sunday – Overall top keyer and top reviewer of USHMM projects
Thank you to all of our World Memory Project contributors!