Archivist Martin Sugarman has helped to uncover the story of Austrian-Jew Kurt Goldschlager, who fought with the British Army in Europe, and was originally buried as a Catholic in an unmarked grave. Now, his headstone has been reconsecrated.
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Dr Roland Clark writes about curating the Library’s new exhibition which explores the allure of radicalism.
A joint statement by René Cassin and The Wiener Holocaust Library on Roma and Sinti Genocide Memorial Day, 2 August 2021
A joint statement for Roma and Sinti Genocide Memorial Day (2 August 2021) by René Cassin and The Wiener Holocaust Library.
Professor Marius Turda introduces the Library’s upcoming temporary exhibition which will explore the history and the legacies of the global eugenics movement.
In this guest blog, Joanna Beata Michlic explores two cases of missing child Holocaust survivors for whom searches continue to this day.
Kate Williams, from Remembering Srebrenica, talks about their award-winning new podcast which tells the little-known story of genocide and ethnic cleansing right in the heart of Europe through the voices of those who survived it.
To mark this year’s Refugee Week, Edie Martin details Britain’s forgotten history of female internment during the Second World War, in turn, exploring the uniquely female experience of detention.
The story of the rescue of thirteen Jewish prisoners from a death march in Bavaria in April 1945.
Alan Whitehorn, emeritus professor of political science at the Royal Military College of Canada, reflects on his grandmother, an orphan of the 1915 Armenian Genocide.
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.