This new exhibition traces the history of The Wiener Holocaust Library and collections in the context of the dramatic and devastating historical events that shaped them.
It examines the rise of the Nazis, the events of the War and the Holocaust, and the response of Dr Alfred Wiener and The Wiener Library and its predecessor organisations as they gathered and disseminated evidence about the persecution and genocide of Europe’s Jews.
Today the Library, the world’s oldest and Britain’s largest collection of material on the Nazi era and the Holocaust, continues its vital work in collecting and preserving historical evidence, and promoting public understanding of antisemitism and genocide through its education, exhibition and events programme.
The exhibition deploys a wide range of material from the Library’s collections to tell the story of the Alfred Wiener’s times.
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