Introduction to The Wiener Library
Themes: About The Wiener Library, Darfur, Why archive genocide?
The Wiener Library is the UK’s largest collection (search it here) of books and archives about Nazi Germany, the Holocaust and other genocides.
It holds around 70,000 books and collects up to 80 archival deposits each year.
The archive covers issues such as the Armenian genocide, Darfur and even the 1984 anti - Sikh pogrom in India following the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Ghandi.