In order to ensure the safety of our staff and readers, we have made some temporary changes to our Wolfson Reading Room Rules and Regulations, and the services available. Please […]
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Historian Ümit Kurt has written this article exploring the Armenian genocide and loss of sense of reality to mark the 106th anniversary of the genocide.
This blog marks the the 76th anniversay of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps Buchenwald and Mittelbau-Dora. Written by the Library’s Photo Archivist, Torsten Jugl.
A special guest blog written by Charles Fox to commemorate the Cambodian Genocide.
The Wiener Holocaust Library is very pleased to announce that access to the USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive (VHA) will be available in the Wolfson Reading Room to all our members, users, and visitors once we reopen our doors to the public.
The Wiener Holocaust Library is pleased to announce the launch of a new educational workshop series aimed at teachers, educators and students of the Holocaust.
The Wiener Holocaust Library is pleased to host a series of workshops and other events designed to engage a variety of researchers, students, faculty, educators and other audiences with our […]
The Wiener Holocaust Library’s Director, Dr Toby Simpson writes to St Peter’s College expressing dismay over Ken Loach event.
To mark LGBTQ+ History Month, Dr Barbara Warnock looks at the persecution faced by gay people in Nazi Germany, and some of the documents in The Wiener Holocaust Library’s International Tracing Service digital archive that contain evidence about their experiences.
This is the question that Theo Richmond invariably puts to his interviewees, the former Jewish inhabitants of Konin, and the consensus seems to be that they regarded Konin as a […]
The Wiener Holocaust Library expresses great concern, along with IHRA, Yad Vashem, and other organisations, about litigation being used to intimidate scholars of the Holocaust in Poland.
On Friday 22nd January we were honoured to host a moving and reflective virtual commemoration for Holocaust Memorial Day 2021.
The Wiener Holocaust Library has launched a new website! We are delighted to have this new resource for our friends, supporters and new visitors to access.