The Wiener Holocaust Library has a collection of 40,000 images of the Holocaust and related subjects originating from private and institutional collections. They form a valuable resource for historians, researchers and educators and are regularly used by the media, publishers and film producers.
In order to preserve our original prints and allow for greater access to our photo collection, we are in the process of digitising our photographs. As a result only a small selection of our images are currently searchable in our online catalogue. If you wish to search the full collection please contact our Photo Archivist.
Terms and Conditions for Digital Image Reproduction and Supply
Permission to reproduce images is strictly limited to the uses, purposes, means of transmission and target audience as agreed between The Wiener Holocaust Library and the Client. Where The Wiener Holocaust Library does not own the copyright to images, the Client is responsible for obtaining all relevant and necessary copyright consents, permissions and clearances from the relevant copyright holders. All pictures are supplied on condition that they may not be used or altered in a way that would trivialise, sensationalise or demean the subject portrayed.
Before you submit your request, please consult our Terms & Conditions of Use.
Fees and Reproduction Rights
Before you submit your request, please consult our Fees.
Service Fee: An administrative fee of £10 to cover administrative costs on each submission and resubmission of Images if reproduction rights are granted.
Reproduction Fee: For the licence to reproduce pictures for which The Wiener Holocaust Library holds the copyright we make a charge, depending on the use – in books, newspapers and journals, film and TV, exhibitions, or on websites.