Individuals from anywhere in the world can help in this unique effort to make collections from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum available online by visiting www.WorldMemoryProject.org and registering to become a contributor. Since a beta launch in February 2011, Ancestry.com contributors have already indexed over 30,000 Museum archival documents that will soon be searchable at no cost by users around the globe. This figure will multiply as more people participate in the project."It is an honor to have the opportunity to work with such a respected institution to provide people around the world access to these truly important collections," said Tim Sullivan, Chief Executive Officer of Ancestry.com. "It is our hope that by making these collections easier to search, victims and their families will finally be able to answer difficult but significant questions about the fate of their loved ones, and in doing so, complete and preserve such significant family stories."
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum And Ancestry.com Launch World Memory Project To Create Largest Online Resource Of Information On Victims Of Holocaust And Nazi Persecution
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