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2. American Sephardi Federation
3. Beth Hatefutsoth: Museum of the Jewish People
This Israeli museum keeps track of Jewish roots from cultures around the globe. The Douglas E. Goldman Genealogy Center has an extensive computerized database of more than 850,000 names. For $5, the staff will search the database for you and send you the results. You can upload your own family tree to the database for free.
4. Czestochowa-Radomsko Area Research Group
Search engine with access to a large online collections of archival Holocaust data.
5. Consolidated Jewish Surname Index
11. Holocaust Names
26. Yad Vashem: The Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority
This museum dedicated to remembering the Holocaust has in-depth historical information, news on the International Tracing Service (located in Bad Arolsen, Germany, the ITS holds concentration camp-related records the Allies gathered after World War II), a Shoah list of Holocaust victims, historical photo database and more.