Books prohibited by the Nazi Party
A selection of works by Thomas Mann, whose writings were banned by the Nazis.
Lest We Forget
Bergen-Belsen was liberated by the British in April 1945. This pamphlet was produced by the Daily Mail for audiences back in Britain.
Jugend um Hitler
This piece of Nazi propaganda depicts Adolf Hitler as a kind-hearted, child loving father figure.
The Forty Days of Musa Dagh
A book credited with bringing awareness of the Armenian Genocide to European audiences.
These plans were drawn up for the German invasion of Britain as part of Operation Sea Lion.
This Nazi school book contrasts the racially superior traits of Aryans with the negative role of Jews in German society.
The Last Time I Saw Paris
Part of the Reigner Collection, generously donated by Gerhard Riegner, former Secretary General of the World Jewish Congress.
The Civil War in Spain by Frank Jellinek
A Left Book Club edition of The Civil War in Spain by Frank Jellinek.
Part of a collection on Polish-Jewish history donated by Professor Antony Polonsky.
Deogratias: A Tale of Rwanda
An example from our collection of graphic novels, this book depicts the Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda.