This virtual revision session, aimed at GCSE and A-Level students, will utilise sources from the Library’s unique archive to examine the Nazi’s creation of a ‘Racial State’. It will explore the radicalisation of the state; Nazi racial ideology; increasing antisemitic policies and actions as well as the treatment of Jews in the early years of war by looking at the development of ghettos and deportations.
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This virtual revision session, aimed at GCSE and A-Level students, will utilise sources from the Library’s unique archive to examine the Nazi Dictatorship. It will explore the idea of ‘the Terror State’; the role of the SS and Gestapo; opposition to the Nazis; Nazi propaganda and the extent of totalitarianism in Germany.
In this virtual talk, Senior Curator Dr Barbara Warnock will explore the development of antisemitism in Western Europe from the late nineteenth century to today, and the means by which Jewish organisations and other groups have fought back against antisemitism
This virtual workshop will show participants how to access archival material, and use original archival materials from the Library’s collections to investigate key historical questions such as who was responsible for the Holocaust.
Virtual Teacher Workshop: Using The Wiener Holocaust Library Resources to Support Teaching About the Holocaust
This virtual workshop will explore the history of the Library, the collections we hold, the resources we have on offer and how these can be utilised so that students can understand and analyse contemporary material.
We are delighted to announce that the Library’s new free educational series for the 2022 Spring/Summer Term is now open for booking.
This virtual HMD talk, aimed at GCSE and A-Level students, will utilise sources from the Library’s unique archive to examine the topic of ‘liberation’. It will contextualise the final events of the Holocaust, explore the concept of ‘liberation’, consider life after ‘liberation’ in DP camps and frame why it is so important that we remember the Holocaust today.
Roxy Moore has written an article exploring the end of the Holocaust and the aftermath of genocide for Holocaust Memorial Day, reflecting on the 2022 theme of ‘One Day’.
Join the Library to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2022 with the Mayor of Camden Sabrina Francis and Dr Christoph Kreutzmüller.