The Wiener Holocaust Library has an active Research and Engagement programme for the public, for schools, for students and for scholars. Our unique collections are freely accessible, and provide an unrivalled resource for teaching about the Holocaust, its causes and legacies.
Our educational and outreach team offer a variety of tours, workshops and talks to school, university, adult learner and community groups. Contact the Education Team to discuss your needs.
Our free educational resource is here to help you learn the essential facts of the Holocaust, its causes and its consequences.
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Learn about our unique history and collections by booking one of our school tours or workshops.
Navigating our collections for the first time? Covering key topics, our subject guides may be able to help.
The Wiener Holocaust Library has been designated by Arts Council England as a Collection of National Significance.
Our travelling exhibitions are free to hire for any UK-based institution, community group or school.
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Did you know we’re the world’s oldest Holocaust archive?
Explore digital verions of some of our past exhibitions you may have missed.