A gem of a museum and a place of remembrance

Read Johnathan Livingston’s guest blog about what he discovered here… Read more

A reflection on Belzec

In this week’s blog we look at the history of Belzec, one of six Nazi Killing Centres, and examine how it has been memorialised since 1945. Read more

Guest blog: The reprint of Mein Kampf

Holocaust survivor Dr Martin Stern provides us with his own opinion on the reprinting of Mein Kampf. Read more

From Belize to Laxton: Why I volunteer

In this week’s blog we have a chat with one of our longest serving volunteers, Bernard Ory. Read more

2015 UK Jewish Film Festival

With the start of this year’s UK Jewish Film Festival we take a look at some of the highlights. Read more

Beth Shalom: 20 years on

With this year marking 20 years since the establishment of Beth Shalom, now The National Holocaust Centre and Museum, we take a look at how it all began. Read more

Stolpersteine: stumbling blocks of memory

In this week's blog we reflect on a form of Holocaust memorial created by Gunter Demnig: Stolpersteine. Read more

Our collection: Children and the Holocaust

In this week's blog we explore the museum's collection. Read more

Seventy Years On

Joan Salter reflects on commemoration at Tarnow and working to keep the memory alive Read more

Remembering Srebrenica

July 11th marks Srebrenica Memorial Day 2015, and 20 years since genocide in Bosnia. Read more