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Reorganizing a Vast Archive: Holocaust Tracing Service Still Reuniting Families

The International Tracing Service, set up after World War II to help survivors of Nazi Germany find their families, is being turned into a historical archive that will help convey the scale and the suffering of the Holocaust to coming generations. Its vast vault of files is still helping to reunite survivors -- and has just given Wilhelm Thiem his identity back.