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"Our goal is for you to be able to walk down any street in Europe and learn the Holocaust history of that specific place."

Tracing the Past is a non-profit organization based in Berlin and launched at the end of October 2014 dedicated to the research and memorialization of the persecuted in Europe 1933-1945. Its first project has been to create a database from the 1939 German Minority Census. As a result, approximately two-thirds of the nearly 170,000 Shoah victims from Germany are now searchable for the first time by residential street address here.

Mapping the Lives is a proposed project dedicated to creating biographies, online maps and smartphone applications pinpointing the residential street addresses of all known victims of the Nazi Regime who were persecuted for reasons of race, religion, political views, resistance, sexual orientation, social orientation, and physical or mental incapacity.

To visit the site, click http://tracingthepast.org/. To listen to Roderick Miller, chairman of Tracing the Past, in a Tedx talk given in Vienna on 1 November 2014, click here.

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