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.
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This exhibition draws from the Library’s Refugee Map, an resource that traces refugee journeys using documents from our unique collections.
This exhibition traces the history of The Wiener Holocaust Library and collections in the context of the dramatic and devastating historical events that shaped them.
This exhibition looks at the November Pogrom from the perspective of eyewitnesses and tells the story of how hundreds of testimonies were collected by our founder Dr Alfred Wiener and his colleagues in the weeks following the attacks.
Developed as part of the Harwich Haven: Surrender & Sanctuary project, this new travelling exhibition draws on our collections to tell the story of the Kindertransport through the experiences of eight children and the loved ones they left behind.
The Kitchener Camp has been largely forgotten today, but in 1939 this derelict army base on the Kent coast became the scene of an extraordinary rescue in which 4,000 men were saved from the Holocaust.