Dod folks-moyl in natsi-klem: reydenishn in geto un katset
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.
L’enfer de Ravensbrück
An early memoir written by a French political prisoner about her experience in Ravensbrück concentration camp.
Catalogue for the exhibition ‘Hitler’s Crimes’, held in Paris in 1945
Catalogue for an exhibition titled ‘Hitler’s Crimes’ held in Paris from 10 June – 31 July 1945.
The Red Triangle: Symbol of Dachau
A memoir written by a British political prisoner from Guernsey about his experience in Landsberg am Lech, a subcamp of Dachau.
Deutsche Jugend: ein Mal und Aufstellbuch
An illustrated book encouraging children to colour, cut out and play with images of the Hitler Youth.
Erfolg durch Nivea: Anleitung zur Gesichtsmassage
This example from our Tarnschriften collection shows anti-Nazi writing disguised as a Nivea branded booklet.
Tarnschriften: Tomato Seed Envelope
A disguised anti-Nazi pamphlet is hidden inside this packet of tomato seeds.
Child Victims of the New Germany: A Protest
This pamphlet, penned by Violet Bonham Carter, appealed to British audiences to help end the suffering of Jewish children in Germany.
Vor Pogrommen? by Dr Alfred Wiener
Written by our founder, Dr Alfred Wiener, just a year after the First World War this pamphlet predicts the dangers to come.
Oyf di felder fun Treblinke: reportazsh
A comprehensive account of the Treblinka extermination camp written by Rachel Auerbach, an escapee of the Warsaw Ghetto.