In the Library’s former home, 4 Devonshire Street, supporters were able to commemorate a loved one by placing a brass plaque in the Library’s Reading Room. The presence of over 100 plaques reminded all visitors of the individuality of those touched by the Holocaust.
Thanks to a generous gift, these plaques have been refurbished and mounted in the Wolfson Reading Room of our new home in Russell Square, to perpetuate our commitment to honour these men and women.
In our new home we have created the Wall of Honour which offers a unique way of honouring a relative, friend or someone who has inspired them. Each plaque on the Wall of Honour carries the name of the person being honoured.
Request a plaque
To request a plaque please download and complete the application form [PDF],
Please send your completed form along with a cheque made payable to The Wiener Holocaust Library and send them to:
The Development Coordinator
The Wiener Holocaust Library
29 Russell Square
You will be notified once it has been safely received.
If you have any queries prior to sending in your form please contact our Development Coordinator via email or on 020 7636 7247.
Digital Wall of Honour
Each plaque is also visible on our Digital Wall of Honour where full details of the person’s life and achievements can be recorded for the public to enjoy.
Donors can use this space to give additional reflections on their life, personal recollections by family members or friends, photographs, poems or passages from Scripture.