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What’s On

Current and upcoming exhibitions

The Persecution of Black People in Nazi Germany: Ronald Roberts’ Story

This exhibition explores the life of Ronald (Ronnie) Roberts (1921-2001), born in Wiesbaden to a white German mother and a British/Barbadian father.

Death Marches: Evidence and Memory

The Library’s new exhibition will uncover how forensic and other evidence about the death marches has been gathered since the end of the Holocaust.

This Fascist Life: Radical Right Movements in Interwar Europe

The Library's upcoming exhibition focuses on the experiences of rank-and-file members of fascist movements in the interwar period.

Upcoming events

Virtual Book Talk: The Afterlives of Trauma

Professor Dawn Skorczewski and Professor Laura Levitt will be led in conversation by Professor James Young to consider questions about life after trauma, violence and loss.

Virtual PhD and a Cup of Tea: Overt-covert recounting: deconstructing women’s personal memory narratives of sexual violence during the Holocaust

This virtual PhD and a Cup of Tea event will examine and deconstruct women’s personal memory narratives of sexual violence during the Holocaust.

Virtual Primary Source Workshop for A-Level Students: Who was Responsible for the Holocaust?

This workshop, aimed at A-Level History students, will use primary sources to explore these themes and also examine issues around the use and reliability of primary sources.

Virtual Book Talk: The Ravine

Professor Wendy Lower in conversation with Dr Christine Schmidt.

Virtual Teacher Workshop: Using Photographs in Teaching about the Holocaust

Using sources from The Wiener Holocaust Library’s unique archive of material on the Nazi era and the Holocaust, this virtual workshop will critically consider the use of photographs in Holocaust education.
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