Current and upcoming exhibitions
This timely exhibition explores the individuals, organisations and campaigns that have fought back against antisemitism in France, Britain and Germany over the century since the time of the Dreyfus Affair.
This temporary Reading Room exhibition displays some of the Library's collections of Tarnschriften, rare anti-Nazi resistance pamphlets, that were distributed secretly throughout the Third Reich in the 1930s and 1940s.
This Reading Room exhibition draws upon historical documents in the archives of The Wiener Holocaust Library to focus on the theme of the renewal of Jewish communities after the Holocaust.
Family photographs have often been overlooked as historical or artistic objects in their own right. This exhibition asks visitors to reconsider their significance.
In this talk, Franziska Exeler will explore the themes of her book, 'Ghosts of War: Nazi Occupation and its Aftermath in Soviet Belarus', which analyses the prosecution and punishment of Soviet citizens accused of wartime collaboration with the Nazis.
Public Lecture in partnership with Queen Mary, University of London.
Elise Bath, ITS Archive Team Manager at The Wiener Holocaust Library, will explore some of the documents in the Library’s collections that give an insight into the lives of Holocaust survivors in the immediate post-war period.
The Library is delighted to be participating in this year's Open House Festival, an opportunity for people to visit and gain access to a significant number of buildings, landscapes and neighbourhoods across London.
This new volume, edited by the Library’s Barbara Warnock and Toby Simpson and with a foreword by Rabbi Dame Julia Neuberger, is inspired by the Library’s current exhibition, Fighting Antisemitism from Dreyfus to Today.