Yad Vashem, Google team up to put Holocaust data online

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
January 26, 2011 13:39

 
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TEL AVIV, Israel — The world's largest collection of Holocaust documents is going online.

Israel's Holocaust memorial, Yad Vashem, is teaming up with Google to make its photographs and documents available and searchable on the Internet. The first 130,000 photos hit the web Wednesday.

Viewers can also contribute to the project by adding their own stories and documents about family members who appear in the online archives.

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