The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and Ancestry.com are collaborating to make information about victims of the Holocaust and Nazi persecution available online through the World Memory Project.
The Museum owns millions of historical documents containing details about survivors and victims. By using Ancestry.com technology, the World Memory Project collection can be searched online for free.
The World Memory Project was launched in May 2011, and since then thousands of contributors around the world have indexed hundreds of thousands of records. You can contribute to this effort by volunteering to become an indexer.
To search other Ancestry collections at no cost, visit Ancestry Library Edition on the Glenview Public Library website.