This article explores the life of Heinrich Schrefel and offers a queer counterpoint to the majority of Holocaust and Austrian Jewish histories.
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‘Capturing the passive bystanders’: Luke Holland’s ‘Final Account’ collection will soon be available at the Library
Head of Collections, Greg Toth, announces a new collection of rare testimonies taken from elderly Germans who either participated or witnessed horrors of the Holocaust.
Reflecting on the Library’s ‘This Fascist Life’ exhibition, Dr Alex Sessa demonstrates how we should all be mindful of the fragile nature of democracy and the insidious natures of far-right movements, now more than ever.
Jimmy Carr’s so-called ‘joke’ about the Holocaust in the Netflix special His Dark Materials is shocking and offensive and should be removed immediately.
We are delighted to announce that the Library’s new free educational series for the 2022 Spring/Summer Term is now open for booking.
Hosted by the Library, the ‘Echoes of Fascism’ conference explored the various facets of the challenge and threat posed by radical right and neo-fascist movements 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’.
Keira Dobbin, Library Assistant at Special Collections & Archives at McClay Library at Queen’s University in Belfast, explores Jewish heritage in Northern Ireland.
The Library is taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2021. All donations we receive during the campaign will be doubled, having twice the impact on the Library.
On Wednesday 17 November the Library hosted the second Annual Alfred Wiener Holocaust Memorial Lecture at the Museum of London. We were delighted that over 500 people attended or tuned in to watch this lecture.