Public Program United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
After the Museum led the charge to open the International Tracing Service in Germany in 2007, researchers such as New York Times writer Sarah Wildman have gained access to the extensive archive of documents relating to more than 17 million victims of Nazism. Wildman used ITS to research the fate of her relatives, as well as a mysterious woman her grandfather left behind in prewar Vienna, detailed in her book, ‘Paper Love’.
Diane Afoumado, Chief of Research and Reference, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Sarah Wildman, Author of ‘Paper Love: Searching for the Girl My Grandfather Left Behind’
Copies of Wildman’s book will be available for purchase and for signing. Please note, the venue will be charging $5 per person at the door for this event.
Co-presented with JCC Manhattan