Dr Dave Rich details what fighting antisemitism looks like in a modern and digital age in the UK today.
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Monica Lowenberg shares her experiences of learning her family’s history and the extraordinary story of how she met the family of the man who saved her grandmother from the Holocaust.
To mark the completion of a unique and historic project to make a piece of Jewish refugee history in London accessible, the Library’s Photo Archivist explores the history of the archives of the Leo Baeck (London) Lodge(s).
Poetry is a powerful tool for healing and remembrance. For World Poetry Day 2022, the Library’s Periodicals Librarian highlights some of the relevant material in our collections.
Visit our archives for an in-depth look at our collections and to see how we collect and preserve valuable material for future generations.
Staff at the Library have curated a list of titles relating to the history of Ukraine to help those who want to think about how historical knowledge can be applied to current crises.
The Library condemns both Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the Holocaust distortion used to justify it.
This article explores the life of Heinrich Schrefel and offers a queer counterpoint to the majority of Holocaust and Austrian Jewish histories.
‘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.