Refugee Voices is an electronic collection of 150 filmed interviews with Jewish refugees and Holocaust survivors who made their home in Great Britain.
To make an appointment to use the collection contact the Search Room on 023 8059 2721 or email email@example.com.
You will need to bring I.D.for access to the Search Room.
The Parkes Library has on loan a set of twenty copies of videos from the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies.
You can see an abstract of the contents of each video if you link to the full catalogue record from the list of titles.
To make an appointment to use the videos contact the Search Room on 023 8059 2721 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will need to bring I.D. for access to the Search Room.
Special Collections is an important centre for the study of Anglo-Jewish history in the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries and for the relations between the Jewish and non-Jewish worlds.
Anglo-Jewish Archives - over 850 collections containing important holdings for prominent individuals, including Sir Basil Henriques (MS 307), Chief Rabbi Joseph Hertz (MS 175) and Rabbi Solomon Schonfeld (MS 183) also the archives of organisations such as the Jewish Board of Guardians (MS 173) and the British Section of the World Jewish Congress (MS 238).
Nuremberg Trials material (MS 200) includes transcripts for the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg and for the twelve subsequent US zonal trials at Nuremberg.
Records of the Anglo-Jewish Association up to 1945 have been digitised and are accessible online through the Archives Virtual Reading Room. Since the 1870s the AJA has offered support for Jewish philanthropic interests in the English speaking world and has been closely involved with many Jewish communites overseas.
Archives Unbound provides members of the University with digital access to a number of archive collections held elsewhere. Those which particularly relate to Parkes include:
The Parkes Library holds the following archive collections on microfilm: