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International Campaign #ProtectTheFacts | Honouring the Past. Safeguarding the Future


EHRI Supports the #ProtectTheFacts Campaign

Over 75 years after the end of the Second World War, Holocaust memory is under threat. Holocaust distortion is on the rise and is eroding our understanding of historical truth. Holocaust distortion benefits from a general lack of awareness. It doesn’t stop at national borders, nor is it found only in one language. International cooperation is essential to countering it.

ProtectTheFacts is an international initiative of the European Commission, the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), the United Nations, and UNESCO, who have joined forces to raise awareness of Holocaust distortion – both how to recognise it and how to counter it.


EHRI Is Looking for Micro-Archives


We invite you to become part of the EHRI network by integrating your micro-archival collection into our portal. Together, we can develop and apply strategies to safeguard your collection(s) for future generations and make them accessible to researchers and the public at large.

The sources that provide information on the Holocaust are diverse and geographically dispersed. Combined, all these collections – regardless of their scope and accessibility – are necessary to form a more complete picture. Whether a diary is located in a box in the attic of a small initiative or in the vast archives of an established institution is irrelevant: all sorts of objects and documents shed light not only on the Holocaust at large, but also on single events and personal stories.

Max Bredig Passport

Digitization | Science History Institute Receives CLIR Grant to Digitize Papers of Georg and Max Bredig


Collection Smuggled Out of Nazi Germany Tells Story of Noted German Jewish Scientist’s Rise to Prominence and His Family’s Struggle to Survive the Holocaust


The Science History Institute has been awarded a $198,454 grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) for the project Science and Survival: Digitizing the Papers of Georg and Max Bredig. The Institute’s project was one of only 16 selected from a pool of 151 applicants for CLIR’s Digitizing Hidden Collections grant program funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Haifa University Conference

Online Conference | Witnessing Presence and Absence in Genocidal Testimony


The Strochlitz Institute for Holocaust Research at the University of Haifa invites you to an international online conference.

May 13, 2021 | 4:00-7:30 p.m. (Israel time)


It will be an Online (Zoom) Conference. The Zoom link will be sent 24 hours prior to the conference.

The discussions will be held in English. Abstracts will be available closer to the date (sent by email).


New EHRI Document Blog | EHRI in TEITOK


This new EHRI blog post focusses on digital methods and describes using TEITOK to provide an alternative view on the available EHRI document editions and the design of an experimental EHRI interface. The creation of this is illustrated by using examples from the EHRI online edition BeGrenzte Flucht.

King's College London

EHRI Job Offer | Research Associate in Digital Humanities at King's College London


Closing date: 9 April 2021

EHRI partner, King's College London Department of Digital Humanities (KCL DDH) is seeking a Research Developer with experience in web application development and implementation of front-end web interfaces.

Meeting Board of Governmental Representatives

First Meeting EHRI Board of Governmental Representatives


On Tuesday, 2 March 2021, the first EHRI Board of Governmental Representatives (BGR) meeting took place. The BGR consists of distinguished representatives of decision-making ministries and/or funding bodies. Delegates from Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Germany, Israel, the Netherlands, Romania and the United Kingdom met online to acquaint themselves with the EHRI project and to discuss how the BGR can contribute to transforming EHRI from a project into a permanent Research Infrastructure.

Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program

Call for Applications | Alfred Landecker Lecturer Program


Deadline for submission: 31 March 2021

The Alfred Landecker Foundation is pleased to invite applications from highly qualified postdocs in the humanities, particularly from the field of history, and social sciences for a full-time lecturer program set to begin on October 1, 2021. Up to five university lectureships will each run for five years. The selection process is led by the Alfred Landecker Foundation’s Academic Council.

The program

The program’s mission is to support outstanding, cutting-edge research by individuals on the history and aftermath of the Holocaust and on the social and political transmission of memory of the Holocaust. Because there is no lack of research on such matters, they are in this call explicitly looking for applications with innovative approaches that relate to present-day challenges regarding the politics of memory and democracy. They are also interested in projects that deal with the methods and practices for educating and imparting knowledge about history in the digital age.

EHRI Document Blog Lotte Porges

EHRI Document Blog | For International Women's Day 2021


For International Women's Day 2021, we would like to highlight an EHRI Document Blog Post that is about a woman's history, Lotte Porges - The Story Behind the Photograph:

Publication The Holocaust in Southeastern Europe

Publication | The Holocaust in South-Eastern Europe


In 2018, under the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure umbrella, the Elie Wiesel National Institute for the Study of the Holocaust in Romania organized a workshop dedicated to Holocaust research, education and remembrance in South-Eastern Europe. The workshop inspired a book The Holocaust in South-Eastern Europe, edited by Adina Babeș-Fruchter, Ana Bărbulescu, and now published by Vernon Press.