The Wiener Library

The Wiener Library
29 Russell Square, London, WC1B 5DP
  • Telephone 020 7636 7247
  • Opening times Mon–Fri 10am–5pm; closed Sat & Sun. Ring bell for entry.
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100,000 Lost: Child Victims of the Holocaust in Hungary

Talk exploring the personal stories of Hungarian Jewish children lost in the Holocaust. Booking is essential.

Mon 22 Oct

Free / 020 7636 7247

‘Austria Is Lost’: British and Austrian Diplomats and their Experience of Anschluß

History talk on the Austrian assimilation by the Third Reich just prior to World War II. Booking is essential.

Tue 6 Nov

Free / 020 7636 7247

Curators Talk: Shattered - Pogrom, November 1938

The curators of the Wiener Library discuss the process behind their latest exhibition. Booking is essential.

Thu 18 Oct

Free / 020 7636 7247

Early Post-War Holocaust Knowledge and Jewish Missing Persons

Talk on how the search for Jewish missing persons following World War II revealed a flawed system of dissemination of information about the war. Booking is essential.

Wed 21 Nov

Free / 020 7636 7247

Encounters with Albion: Images of Britain in Texts by Jewish Refugees

Anthony Grenville presents his book Encounters with Albion: Britain and the British in Texts by Jewish Refugees after 1933, published by Legenda in Oxford in 2017.

Wed 31 Oct

Free / 020 7636 7247

  • 18:30 – 20:00

The Female Doctors and Nurses of Ravensbrück Concentration Camp

Talk on the experiences of the women that worked at Ravensbrück concentration camp in Germany. Booking is essential.

Tue 16 Oct

Free / 020 7636 7247

Janet Wolff: Austerity Baby

Janet Wolff discusses and reads from her new book, Austerity Baby. Booking is essential.

Thu 15 Nov

Free / 020 7636 7247

Looking Into The Abyss: Photos of Kristallnacht

Talk by Christoph Kreutzmueller on photographs of the Kristallnacht. Booking is essential.

Thu 8 Nov

Free / 020 7636 7247

Medical Globetrotters and Persevering Women From Galicia

Talk on the historical struggles of Jewish medical practitioners. Booking is essential.

Thu 1 Nov

Free / 020 7636 7247

Michael Rosen: So They Call You Pisher!

Michael Rosen talks about his memoir, So They Call You Pisher!. Booking is essential.

Thu 11 Oct

Free / 020 7636 7247

The Shifting Policy of British Internment and Deportation, 1939-1940

Roger Kershaw and Naomi Levy talk about the experience of internment during World War II. Booking is essential.

Tue 9 Oct

Free / 020 7636 7247

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