This travelling exhibition reveals the history of the fight against antisemitism over the last century in France, Britain and Germany. Through unique and never seen before documents from the Library’s collections, and striking photographs from the closed archives of the Community Security Trust, the exhibition spotlights the stories of the individuals, organisations and campaigns that have fought against antisemitism since the time of the Dreyfus Affair in 1890s France.

The exhibition shines a light on the various strategies that those fighting against antisemitism have taken over the last one hundred years and more, from publishing pamphlets refuting antisemitic ideas, to gathering evidence about the activities of antisemites, to street fighting and the infiltration of fascist groups.

This vital work continues today.

View the online version of this Exhibition here.

Produced with the support of Community Security Trust and the Board of deputies of British Jews.

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