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By 1945, Europe was in chaos. Millions of people had been murdered or displaced by war and genocide. For many Holocaust survivors, the possibility of finding loved ones was a primal need and took precedence over everything else.
These volumes listing Jewish survivors were published by the Search Bureau for Missing Relatives, a department in the Jewish Agency for Palestine for the purpose of helping Holocaust survivors locate lost relatives and acquaintances.
Find out more about early tracing efforts by visiting our online exhibition Fate Unknown: The Search for the Missing After the Holocaust.