New USHMM project

Today, as we celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the World Memory Project it is fitting to release a new project for keying.  The Kraków, Poland, Jewish Inhabitant Registration Forms, 1940 project was released this past year for high school students to key and we will be completing it.  These records document individuals who lived in the Kraków Ghetto.  The records are handwritten but are on printed forms which are easy to follow.  If you have been wanting to try indexing USHMM records this is a more simple project and would be a good “beginner” project.  Questions can be posted to the discussion page or the USHMM Records message board.

Happy indexing!

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