The Wiener Holocaust Library’s Education Programme, designed to support schools, colleges, universities, students and teachers, has evolved immeasurably over the last decade. Read more about how the programme has developed.
This year, the library that was created by a German Jew who predicted the horrors of the Holocaust is marking its 90th anniversary. The Wiener Holocaust Library was established in Amsterdam in 1934, helped the Allies during the Second World War and continues to collect and preserve evidence of the crimes of genocide today.
Our collections are growing at the fastest rate in our 90-year history. Find out more about the exciting position of our archive in 2023.