Current and upcoming exhibitions
The Library's upcoming exhibition focuses on the experiences of rank-and-file members of fascist movements in the interwar period.
The event will be moderated by Professor Shirli Gilbert (UCL, Academic Director of the Sir Martin Gilbert Learning Centre) and Dr Andy Pearce (Institute of Education, UCL). Offered in collaboration with the British Association for Holocaust Studies.
Join the Library to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2022 with the Mayor of Camden Sabrina Francis and Dr Christoph Kreutzmüller.
In this lunchtime talk, Helen Roche will present some of her research regarding the first comprehensive history of the Third Reich's most prominent elite schools, the National Political Education Institutes (Napolas / NPEA).
We are delighted to host Dr Joanna Sliwa in conversation with Professor Natalia Aleksiun in honour of Dr Sliwa’s joint award of the 2020 Ernst Fraenkel Prize. Dr Sliwa’s award-winning manuscript, Jewish Childhood in Kraków, is the first book to tell the history of Kraków in the Second World War through the lens of Jewish children’s experiences.
In this virtual event, translator Deborah Langton will talk about her experience of working on this book, picking out key themes, people and places, as well as reading extracts from Else’s diaries while Steve Cooper, Else’s grandson, will read from Siegfried’s diaries.