Hundreds of Thousands of Records on Holocaust and Nazi Art Looting Made Available

The National Archives and Records Administration of the United States and Footnote.com yesterday announced the release of the Internet’s largest Interactive Holocaust Collection with hundreds of thousands of records, including:

  • The Ardelia Hall Collection of records relating to the Nazi looting of Jewish possessions, including looted art
  • Concentration camp registers and documents from Dachau, Mauthausen, Auschwitz, and Flossenburg
  • Captured German records including deportation and death lists from concentration camps
  • Nuremberg War Crimes Trial proceedings

Access to the collection will be available for free on Footnote.com through the month of October.

On the matter of looted art, there are a number of good research guides out there. One of the best was published by LLRX.com in 2007: Legal Protection of Cultural Property: A Selective Resource Guide.

On the Nuremberg trials, a number of sources have extensive collections of material, including the Avalon Project at Yale Law School, and the Nuremberg Trials Project at the Harvard Law School Library.

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  1. All of these records are free on Footnote until the end of the year. Click on my name and you will go directly to a page with links to all of these documents!

    I hope this helps!