With an extensive collection of primary source documents from the Wiener Library, the oldest institution established for documenting the Nazi regime and Jewish life in Germany from 1933 through the war, this collection is an fully searchable full-text and image resource for historical research on life in Nazi Germany and on the Holocaust. Of particular importance within the collection are the eyewitness accounts gathered well before other projects, and the original Nazi propaganda material which is essential for academic research of this period in Germany's history.
Testaments to the Holocaust is essential research tool for 20th Century Jewish studies, research into Nazi Germany, Holocaust studies and more. Included are:
An introduction to and history of the collection by Ben Barkow, the General Editor and Director of the Wiener Library, London
"The archives of the world's first Holocaust memorial institution, TTTH provides insight into the workings of the Nazi regime in Germany and shows the devastating impact on its victims, giving first-person accounts and photographic evidence of all aspects of Jewish life in the ghettos, in the camps, and in exile. It mixes an abundance of primary-source material (much of it exceedingly grim) with early Holocaust scholarship (most notably Wiener Library Bulletin) and so would have no real counterpart in most library collections."
--Library Journal, April 15, 2011