Lindon, Utah-based Footnote.com and the National Archives and Records Administration is announcing this morning that it has released one million records related to the Holocaust. The firm said that the new collection will give access to millions of names and 26,000 photos from the National Archives, and provide concentration camp registers, captured German records, and Nuremberg War Crimes Trial proceedings, among other data. Footnote said the information will be available for free through October. Footnote.com has been scanning, digitizing, and making historical records available from the National Archives.
Top NewsTuesday, September 29, 2009
Footnote.com, National Archives Releases Holocaust Records