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Jan Meisels Allen


Genealogy Online is commemorating the 75th anniversary of the end of World War ll . See:  The website supports, English, German and French. The word taal is language if you end up in the non-English website. Click it to get to the other languages.


One is able to browse the almost 9,000 World War ll victims from the Netherlands and the list of marked Second World War victims per camp.


The database on Second World war victims per camp is located at:

For example I clicked on  Maurites Joseph Cohen 1876-1943 and found information on his birth, death at Auschwitz and a 5 generation family tree. There are also links to genealogical sites where there are records for the family.


There ae also other World War ll database links on Genealogy Online for other databases that were reported previously including the Jewish Monument which is an online monument for the more than 104,000 people who were persecuted as Jews in the Netherlands and did not survive the Holocaust.  See:


Jan Meisels Allen

Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee