We hope that 2024 started well for you. This is our 10th anniversary year, and we are planning many stimulating and thought provoking events and programs, and even two publications to celebrate this milestone.
On Friday, January 27, is the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau by the Red Army in 1945. We commemorate this date as the International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Leading up to that day, we invite you to once again participate in #EVERYNAMECOUNTS.
The Arolsen Archives are working on the world’s most comprehensive online archive of the people who were persecuted and murdered by the National Socialists.
Join us for the third year in recording names and paths of persecution!
This involves transcribing the names and dates found in historical documents that have already been scanned to create a digital record of the data they contain. No specialist knowledge is needed – everyone can contribute.
The crowdsourcing website guides you through the archival documents and displays help texts to assist you. All project information is available in English and German, Spanish, Polish, and French. And please let us know about your experience!
Help digitize this evidence of Nazi crimes and become part of building the Largest Digital Memorial to the Victims of Nazism.