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Title

Unravelling the Mesh: The ERR Survey as a Finding Aid

Author

Eric Ketelaar

Date

February 2012

Description

On Wednesday 19 October 2011, the International Institute of Social History, the Jewish Historical Museum and the NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust, and Genocide Studies jointly organized a presentation and expert meeting, in the Auditorium of the Jewish Historical Museum, to celebrate the launch of the online publication of the ERR Survey Reconstructing the Record of Nazi Cultural Plunder: A Survey of the Dispersed Archives of the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg, as well as the publication of Neglected Witnesses. The Fate of Jewish Ceremonial Objects During the Second World War and After (edited by Julie-Marthe Cohen, with Felicitas Heimann-Jelinek), and the launch of the WW II-related database of missing objects from the prewar JHM collection and objects in the present museum collection of unknown provenance.

During this meeting Professor Eric Ketelaar presented a paper. An edited version of his paper was published on 7 February 2012 by the International Institute of Social History.  It is available below.

Eric Ketelaar - Unravelling the Mesh: The ERR Survey as a Finding Aid

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