Photographs from the Linton (Liebermann) family papers collection show the home of a middle class Jewish family in Berlin before the unheaval of the Second World War.
Holocaust survivors at the grave of Theodor Herzl, ‘the father of modern Zionism’.
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 postcard advertising the Reichskolonialbund, a body set up to reclaim the colonies previously held by Germany.
Portrait of Tatianna Barbakoff, a Russian-Jewish dancer murdered at Auschwitz by Gerty Simon, a German Jewish photographer who sought refuge in Britain.
Two child survivors of the concentration camps, Eva (left) and Hanna (right) Traub, at Weir Courtney Hostel, Lingfield, in 1946-1947.
Taken by Mendel Grossman, this propaganda photograph shows idealised conditions in the Łódź Ghetto.
An image taken from our motorcycle album collection shows antisemitic signage in interwar Germany.
This image shows some child survivors of the Holocaust disembarking in Britain.
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.