Tracing Survivors and Victims Last update:24.03.1999

The following agencies may be of assistance in the tracing of missing relatives. Each agency may have its own forms and procedural requirements. Some of these agencies may charge a fee for their services. While the Tribunal is providing this list of names in an effort to further assist claimants in their pursuit of information, please note that these agencies are completely independent of, and have no formal connection to, the Independent Committee of Eminent Persons (ICEP) and the Claims Resolution Tribunal (the "Tribunal"). Accordingly, the Tribunal cannot accept responsibility for the actions of any of these agencies or for the accuracy of the information supplied by them.

American Red Cross Holocaust and War Victims Tracing and Information Service
4700 Mount Hope Drive
Baltimore, Maryland 21215-3231
U.S.A.
Tel: ++1 (410) 764-5311

International Committee of the Red Cross
International Tracing Service
Grosse Allee 5-9
34454 Arolsen
Germany

(Individuals can also contact the Red Cross Agency in their city or state)

Simon Wiesenthal Center
9760 W. Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90035-4792
U.S.A.
Tel: ++1 (310) 553-9036

(Branch offices also exist in New York, Miami, Toronto, Jerusalem, Paris and Buenos Aires, but the research service is located in Los Angeles)

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society Location Service
333 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY 10001-5004
U.S.A.
Tel: ++1 (800) 442-7714 or (212) 613-1424

Hall of Names
Yad Vashem
Har Hazikaron
P.O. Box 3477
Jerusalem 91043
Israel

Central Archives for the History of the Jewish People
Hebrew University
(Givat Ram Campus)
Sprinzak Building P.O. Box 1149
Jerusalem 91010
Israel

Douglas Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center
P.O. Box 39359
Tel-Aviv 61392
Israel
Tel: ++972-3-646-20-62/1
Fax: ++972-3-646-21-34
E-Mail: bhnlgy@ccsg.tau.ac.il

(This organisation which is located in the Diaspora Museum on the Campus of the Tel-Aviv University has a database of family trees and may help Claimants search for relatives etc.)


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