The Library has created a number of guides to help users navigate our collections.
Each guide introduces the material available at the Library on specific subjects, as well as online resources and sources of further information. For further information or guidance please contact the Collections Team.
Between 1938 and 1939 some 10,000 children were sent without their parents from Nazi Germany, Austria, and Czechoslovakia to safety in Britain. This rescue movement became known as the Kindertransport.
Our holdings on war crime trials largely pertain to those crimes committed by the Nazis and their allies during the Second World War. We also hold a small but growing section on war crime trials relating to other genocides.
We hold an extensive collection of press cuttings for the years between 1933 and 2010 on the topic of the Holocaust, gathered from a wide variety of publications and browsable by subject.
Our subject guide lists resources relating to genocides other than the Holocaust including those in Armenia, Rwanda and Cambodia.
Discover audio-visual resources, documents and databases which are available onsite to readers and visitors in the Wolfson Reading Room.
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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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