Wiener Library for the Study of the Holocaust & Genocide
About the library
Wolfson Reading Room, Wiener Library
Founded in 1933, the Wiener Library is Britain's largest archive on the Holocaust and Nazi era. The Library holds an exceptional collection of over one million items including published and unpublished works, press cuttings, photographs, press cuttings and eyewitness testimonies. As much of the collection was amassed during the years of the Holocaust, the Library contains material of great rarity and we continue to actively collect books, unique documents, photographs and personal archives..
The local library catalogue is available online.
Can I see live document availability on Copac? No.
Can I obtain items via Inter Library Loan? No.
Can I visit the library to view materials? Yes. See the website for more information.
How do I find primary source material held at this institution? Visit the Wiener Library contributor page at the Archives Hub for information.
Wiener Library data on Copac
Example record from the Wiener Library:
Title: Affaire Dreyfus : une erreur judiciaire : (2ème mémoire avec des expertises d'ecritures de MM. Crépieux-Jamin (...) et al.) / [By: Lazare, Bernard]
Published: Paris : Stock 1897
You can browse all the titles on Copac starting with the above title.