Please join us virtually to attend a special evening in honour of Dr Agnes Kaposi, MBE, FREng, celebrated engineer and survivor of the Holocaust, to mark her family’s generous donation of their family’s document and book collection to The Wiener Holocaust Library.
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This workshop will help you take the first steps in conducting your own family research using the International Tracing Service digital archive, including using sources freely available online.
Take part in an exciting launch event that will feature talks by the co-curators, Professor Dan Stone and Dr Christine Schmidt, special guests, a drinks reception, and an opportunity to view the Fate Unknown travelling exhibition.
Join the co-curators of the Fate Unknown exhibition, Prof Dan Stone and Dr Christine Schmidt, who will explore the remarkable, little-known story of the search for the missing after the Holocaust.
Join us for the opening of our new exhibition that brings together over 100 never-before-seen portraits and snapshots from twelve Jewish families in the 1890s through the 1930s.
This in-person event is taking place at Holocaust Centre North in Huddersfield on 23 November 2022. The Wiener Holocaust Library is home to the UK’s International Tracing Service digital archive, […]
Part of the Library’s Recovery & Repair: Supporting Jewish Family Histories of the Holocaust in Britain ITS event series. The Wiener Holocaust Library is home to the UK’s International Tracing Service digital archive, which […]
This workshop will help you take the first steps in conducting your own research using the International Tracing Service digital archive, including how to make use of sources freely available online.
To coincide with our exhibition ‘There was a time…’: Jewish Family Photographs Before 1939, join members of The Wiener Holocaust Library staff as they discuss the importance of photographs in family research.