Google Helping Archive Holocaust Documents


Google is working with Israeli museum Yad Vashem to make Holocaust era documents more accessible. The project will encourage those searching for victims’ names on Google to help identify pictures and archived material. Google has already indexed over 130,000 documents and hopes the public effort will help expand the database. Read the full article at

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