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Visit: The Wiener Holocaust Library-Family Research and the Holocaust

Visit and have a behind-the-scenes private tour of the library


Founded in 1933, The Wiener Holocaust Library is Britain’s largest and most important collection of material relating to the Holocaust and genocide. It is also the holder of Britain's digital copy of the International Tracing Service (ITS) Archive, a remarkable collection of documents and records from the Nazi era and the post-war era.  The ITS Team at the Library uses this material to research the experiences of victims of Nazi persecution, usually on behalf of their families.  Join ITS Team Manager Elise Bath as she explores this archive, how it can be used to support family research, and how you can access the online version of the archive yourself.  There will also be a behind-the-scenes private tour of the Library

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