Archives and Research

Wiener Holocaust Library opens new exhibition on Jewish family photos before 1939

At Britain’s largest Holocaust archive, family photographs are providing a rare glimpse into a lost world. With its new exhibition, “There was a time…”: Jewish Family Photographs Before 1939, the...

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Find Your Answers film nominated for award

In 1944, artist Malva Schalek courageously resisted the Nazis by refusing to paint the portrait of a collaborationist doctor. She was then deported to Auschwitz. Her story and the research questions...

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The IHRA addresses the situation in Ukraine at Stockholm plenary meetings

STOCKHOLM, 23.06.2022 – The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) has successfully concluded its first plenary meetings under the Swedish Presidency. Guided by the motto, “Together for...

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The IHRA addresses the situation in Ukraine at Stockholm plenary meetings

STOCKHOLM, 23.06.2022 – The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) has successfully concluded its first plenary meetings under the Swedish Presidency. Guided by the motto, “Together for...

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International Council of Archives event discusses IHRA Guidelines

Archives play a major role in addressing the great challenges of today. They shape how we think about the past and provide the nuance and knowledge that form the foundation for an inclusive future....

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Seminar investigates the Holocaust and suffering in art and culture

On 22 April 1945, as the forces of Josip Tito's Partisan Resistance Movement approached the Jasenovac concentration camp, hundreds of prisoners held there rose up against the Ustaša camp guards and...

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"Find Your Answers. Advancing Access to Holocaust-Related Material" Webinar

On 23 March 2022 from 16:00 – 17:00 CET the IHRA held a Zoom Webinar launching the recently adopted IHRA Guidelines for Identifying Relevant Documentation for Holocaust Research, Education and...

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Guidelines for Identifying Relevant Documentation for Holocaust Research, Education and Remembrance

For decades, a significant amount of the documentation bearing on the Holocaust and its historical context has been scattered, endangered and in many cases made inaccessible. The Nazis, their allies...

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UK to make all its Holocaust records accessible for research and study

The UK government is to make all its records related to the Holocaust available to the public for the first time, for research and study purposes, it announced today to mark International Holocaust...

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Conference registration open for “Jasenovac Past and Present: History and Memory of Institutionalized Destruction”

The Jasenovac camp complex was a major site of mass killings of Serbs, Jews, Roma and Sinti, and opponents of the criminal policies of the fascist Ustaša regime during the Second World War. Built in...

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