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The Fourth Annual Alfred Wiener Holocaust Memorial Lecture: Antisemitic Conspiracy Theories: Past, Present and Future? Professor Sir Richard Evans
On 22 November we were delighted to host the Fourth Annual Alfred Wiener Holocaust Memorial Lecture, this year delivered by world-renowned historian and academic Professor Sir Richard Evans.
A special event with the Arolsen Archives: The return of property stolen by the Nazis and their collaborators #StolenMemory
Today we were joined by representatives from the Arolsen Archives, Lord Eric Pickles, and the surviving family member of Hans-Joachim Bünger, arrested and imprisoned by the Nazis.
This week we welcomed Amy and Matthew Smith to the Library, legal activists and scholars who are working to protect the Rohingya in Myanmar. They presented our Director, Dr Toby Simpson, with a new book they have created with survivors of the genocide.
The Wiener Holocaust Library’s Director responds to a proliferation of prejudice and hatred in the wake of renewed conflict in the Middle East.
The Wiener Holocaust Library is appalled and outraged by the barbaric terrorist attacks by Hamas in Israel. The Library is an institution dedicated to the study of the Holocaust and […]
Wiener Holocaust Library joins nationwide campaign to preserve Second World War and Nazi-era memories and artefacts
The Wiener Holocaust Library is looking for people to bring their stories and artefacts relating to the Second World War, the Nazi era and/or the Holocaust to a ‘Digital Collection Day’ on Friday 10 November (10am – 3pm).
The event is part of a nationwide campaign organised by Their Finest Hour, a team based at the University of Oxford and funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, which is collecting and preserving the everyday stories and objects of the Second World War.
Invitation to Tender: The creation of digital maps for The Wiener Holocaust Library / The Holocaust Explained website
The Wiener Holocaust Library invites tenders to produce at least seventeen digital maps to be used by the Library and on its educational website, The Holocaust Explained.
The Wiener Holocaust Library’s successful exhibition, Fighting Antisemitism from Dreyfus to Today, is being displayed in the Houses of Parliament this week to mark the launch of a new online and travelling versions of the curation.
By Bela Wessollek The Holocaust happened 80 years ago, meaning it is departing quickly from living memory, and as human beings it is hard to appreciate the sheer number of […]