Currency from the Theresienstadt Ghetto, circulated by the Nazi party to create a false sense of normalcy.
An example from our collection of graphic novels, this book depicts the Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda.
This antisemitic book is one example from our collection of Nazi propaganda aimed at children.
An illustrated book encouraging children to colour, cut out and play with images of the Hitler Youth.
A diary by a British Jew deported from the Channel Islands to camps in Europe.
Documents from the 1933-1935 Bern Trials in which two Jewish groups sued the far-right Swiss National Front for distributing anti-Jewish propaganda.
This fascinating volume documents the changes in Jewish verbal expression during the years of Nazi persecution, analysing poems, jokes, popular expressions, proverbs, slogans, common curses, secret codes, and more.
Dutch first edition of Anne Frank’s Diary titled Het achterhuis : Dagboekbrieven van 12 Juni 1942 – 1 August 1944.
This embroidered belt was made by Sonia Jaslowitz whilst in a concentration camp in the Ukraine.
Anonymous hate mail received by the Neumann family around the time of their British naturalisation in 1947.
This example from our Tarnschriften collection shows anti-Nazi writing disguised as a Nivea branded booklet.