Part of a larger collection titled ‘Palestine through the Stereoscope’ showing various locations at the turn of the 20th century, including Jerusalem, Nazareth and Bethlehem.
This image shows some child survivors of the Holocaust disembarking in Britain.
This poster was one of many issued by the Director of Public Information in Ottowa, Canada, to encourage Canadian enlistment.
A cartoon by Stephen Roth mocks Mussolini’s ambitions in the Mediterranean.
A pamphlet written by Oswald Mosley, the founder of the British Union of Fascists.
Part of a larger collection showing Jewish First World War memorials in cemeteries and synagogues around Germany, compiled by our predecessor organisation the Jewish Central Information Office (JCIO).
A game comprising of different shaped blocks which can be assembled to create words and symbols associated with the Nazi Party.
The last telegraph recieved by Wolfgang Josephs from his father.
A report documenting the experiences of a doctor from Frankfurt who was arrested and imprisoned in Buchenwald as part of the November Pogrom.
In this account Hermine Horvath, an Austrian Sinti woman, details her experiences during the Holocaust.
One of over 1,000 testimonies gathered by Wiener Library staff in the 1950s.