Fold3™ Holocaust Archives includes:
- Ardelia Hall Collection (1945-1952)
- Dachau Concentration Camp Entry Records
- Flossenburg Concentration Camp Entry Registers
- Mauthausen Death Books
- Captured German Records
- German War Crime Records
- Nuremberg Interrogation Records
- Concentration Camp Pages
In partnership with the National Archives and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Fold3 Holocaust Archives presents records pertaining to the seizure of Jews’ assets by the Nazis during the Holocaust, and German property subsequently subject to restitution. Revealing the grim details of the Holocaust, the historical documents compiled in the Holocaust Archives enable users to connect with the people and events of the time.
Powerful, Personal Stories of Triumph and Tragedy
The collection documents the repatriation of Jews' personal possessions that were seized by the Nazis during the Holocaust, concentration camp records including administrative reports, releases, and deaths, a background on each camp, a map, a timeline of events, and an account of key events. Additionally, more than 600 stories of individual victims and survivors are available through a partnership with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Users can easily search for a name or browse the entire collection.