We have been collecting material related to the Holocaust and other genocides since 1933. Our holdings contain approximately 70,000 books and pamphlets, 2,000 physical document collections, 45,000 photographs and 3,000 periodical titles (including 110 current subscriptions), 1 million press cuttings, as well as posters, objects, artworks, digital collections, and audiovisual materials.
Search across our documents, books, periodicals, pamphlets and more.
We asked our staff, trustees and friends of the Library to choose a special selection of items from our collection.
Drawn from our Family Papers Collections, this digital map traces refugee journeys through photographs, diaries, letters, and interviews.
In the months following November 1938, the Wiener Library collected over 350 reports of the November Pogrom in Germany and Austria.
For those unable to visit us in person we offer a document delivery service where our Collections Team will provide scans on your behalf.
Reading Room / Digital resources available onsite at The Wiener Holocaust Library
Discover audio-visual resources, documents and databases which are available onsite to readers and visitors in the Wolfson Reading Room.