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This e-Guide is provided by

Arolsen Archives
International Center on Nazi Persecution
Große Allee 5 – 9
34454 Bad Arolsen
Germany

Phone: +49 (5691) 629-0
Fax: +49 (5691) 629-501

E-Mail: email(at)arolsen-archives.org
Website: www.arolsen-archives.org

 

Authorized representative

Floriane Azoulay, Arolsen Archives

The e-Guide editorial team can be contacted by e-mail: eguide(at)arolsen-archives.org. We welcome any information you might have about these documents so we can integrate it into our descriptions in the future!

 

Project management
Dr. Henning Borggräfe, Arolsen Archives

Project coordination and concept, scholarly research and texts
Christiane Weber, Arolsen Archives

Visual design and web design
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Web design and programming (TYPO3)
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Proofreading
Mathis Eckelmann, Berlin

English translation
Jessica Spengler, Brighton

 

Acknowledgements

The e-Guide was developed to bring together the knowledge of various national and international experts. Our thanks therefore go to the many employees of memorials, archives, commemorative initiatives and working groups, as well as scholars and local researchers, who shared their knowledge and were kind enough to answer questions.

The project members would also like to thank the employees of the Arolsen Archives, who contributed greatly in so many different ways to the success of this project. Without them, the e-Guide would not be what it is today.

 

Disclaimer

Although external links are carefully reviewed, we bear no responsibility for the content of external websites. Such content is the exclusive responsibility of the providers of those websites.

Most of the documents on this website come from the Arolsen Archives, or their use on this website has been approved by those holding the respective rights; the documents therefore cannot be published without prior authorization. These images are identified accordingly. The use of any of the images on this website by third parties requires the prior consent of the Arolsen Archives.

 

Terms of Use

The e-Guide contains sensitive, personal data in connection with identified or identifiable persons and their purported religious affiliation, race, political views or affiliations, state of health, sexual orientation, union membership and criminal record.

The same terms of usage apply to the e-Guide that apply to a visit to the Arolsen Archives in Bad Arolsen. These were established by the International Commission, its governing body, and do not correspond to German or other national archival rules (further details on the data protection principles valid at the Arolsen Archives are found here):

“As user you are hereby held personally accountable for respecting rights to privacy and other laws and legitimate third party interests as well as generally recognized practices relating to personal data. The Arolsen Archives cannot be held responsible for the publications of third parties that appear by means of the use of the Arolsen Archives' collections. Here national law where the publication occurs applies.”

If you are of the opinion that you have justified reasons for opposing the publication of certain personal data in the e-Guide, please direct your concern in writing (Arolsen Archives, Research and Education Department, Grosse Allee 5-9, 34454 Bad Arolsen) or per email (eguide(at)arolsen-archives.org). The Arolsen Archives will then contact the International Commission, and your complaint will be investigated and a response sent to you within a reasonable period of time.

 

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