Who Do You Think You Are?


The Allied liberation of the concentration camps 75 years ago caused shockwaves that still reverberate today. Sadly the coronavirus pandemic curtailed many public events to remember the millions of victims who were imprisoned, exploited and murdered by the Nazis, but these have been replaced by online exhibitions, commemorations and digital projects.

Many of the websites listed this month have been created by decades-old institutions devoted to recording what

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w discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk Search the catalogues of 2,500 archives across the country via the ‘Advanced search’ facility of The National Archives’ catalogue. w familysearch.org/wiki/en The FamilySearch Wiki has parish information including
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a The Bell Foundry, Freehold Street, Loughborough, Leicestershire LE11 1AR t 01509 212241 e office@taylorbells.co.uk (marked “FAO the archivist”) w taylorbells.co.uk/history/taylors-foundry-archives Access to the archive is by appointment, and the f
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