International Tracing Service Service international de recherches = Internationaler Suchdienst : Comité international Genève.
Web presence of an organization created to facilitate the tracing of missing and displaced persons in the wake of World War II. Recounts the history of the ITS from its establishment in 1943 by the Headquarters of the Allied Forces to its current management by the International Committee of the Red Cross (with funding from the German government). Details the ongoing efforts of ITS to reunite families torn apart by the war and to document the compensation requests of former forced laborers and others seeking restitution from the German government. Includes downloadable forms and a list of links to related organizations.
- Variant Title
- Service international de recherches
- Online resource
- Bad Arolsen : International Tracing Service
- External Link
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