The EVZ-funded project has been curated by Arolsen Archives – International Center on Nazi Persecution, History Workshop “Leonid Lewin” Minsk, NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies and the Institute for Migration Studies and Intercultural Research (IMIS) at the University of Osnabrück.
The project team can be contacted by e-mail: transrem(at)arolsen-archives.org.
Henning Borggräfe (Arolsen Archives)
Christoph Rass (University of Osnabrück / IMIS)
Ismee Tames (NIOD)
Olaf Berg (IMIS), Stefan Burgheim (Arolsen Archives), Aliaksandr Dalhouski (History Workshop), Lukas Hennies (IMIS), Sebastian Huhn (IMIS), Kamila Kolakowski (Arolsen Archives), Christiane Weber (Arolsen Archives), Jessica Wehner (IMIS) and Astrid Willems (NIOD).
Aliaksandr Dalhouski and Iryna Kashtalian (History Workshop), Darya Kasiakova (Belarusian State Pedagogical University).
Lukas Hennies (IMIS), Ismee Tames (NIOD) and Astrid Willems (NIOD).
Indexing of CM/1 Application Data
Manuela Bielefeld, Axel Braisz, Carolin Fahle, Bianka Geißler, Andrea Hoffman, Martin Kriwet, Heidrun Lippe, Heike Müller, Elfi Pohlmann, Erik Steps and Sandra Webers (Arolsen Archives, Reference Service).
Jessica Spengler, Brighton and Anne-Marie Wilm (Arolsen Archives)
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