Attention must be paid.
The International Tracing Service, based in Bad Arolsen, see ://www.its-arolsen.org/english/index.html/ has released news information of a Nazi archive in Bad Arolsen, Germany, that holds information about victims and their histories, and the process of the exterminations.
Transparency obstructed. These documents are being given to certain institutions for examination, but families and survivors want the release to be general and unrestricted. See
www.ibmandtheholocaust.com/articles/WashingtonJewishWeek/HolocaustSurvivorsSteaming.htm/ Why does the United States prevent electronic access from the Holocaust Museum in Washington to the Bad Arolsen archives, see http://hnn.us/articles/38788.html/ Survivor outrage. What happened to that issue?
As of 2007, it looks like policy decisions were made in the US as to who was a victim, what groups did what, did American corporations involve themselves in aspects of the Holocaust for profit, such as providing means to those ends? and they do not want new information to come out or change that? Is that so? See IBM and the Holocaust at ://www.ibmandtheholocaust.com/articles/ag/BadArolsonIBMandInsuranceCompanies.htm
Visit the website for how to make inquiries. An layperson's overview of this organization is at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Tracing_Service.
The fates of millions are documented there. See ://www.religiousforums.com/forum/current-events/76170-holocaust-archives-bad-arolsen.html