Due to popular demand this exhibition, which draws upon the Library's unique archival collections to tell the often untold story of Jewish resistance, will be returning for a limited run in September 2021.
The Library's upcoming exhibition will contribute to the ongoing public conversation about the role of science in shaping our current attempts to come to terms with several eugenic legacies, from racism to decolonisation.
This PhD talk examines the clandestine nature and cartographical significance of a series of death march images taken by Benno Gantner from the window of his home as prisoners were marching southeast from Dachau after its liquidation in 1945.
In this event, hosted in association with the Ishami Foundation to mark the anniversary of the ‘100 days’ of the Genocide Against the Tutsi, our panel of speakers will consider issues around denial and distortion of the Holocaust and of the genocide against Tutsi.
'To Meet in Hell' follows Glyn Hughes, a high-ranking British officer, and Rachel Genuth, a teenager from the Hungarian provinces, as they navigate their respective forms of hell during the final, brutal year of the Second World War.
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