The Museum’s David M. Rubenstein National Institute for Holocaust Documentation houses an unparalleled repository of Holocaust evidence that documents the fate of victims, survivors, rescuers, liberators, and others. Our comprehensive collection contains millions of documents, artifacts, photos, films, books, and testimonies.
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Follow the stories of these artifacts and the unforgettable journeys of individuals.
Use our comprehensive search tool to access records across the Museum’s collections, including publications, photographs, objects, documents, films, music, and oral histories.
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The Museum is in a race against time to rescue the evidence of the Holocaust, including home movies and amateur films taken before, during, and immediately after the Holocaust.
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The Museum’s expansive collection is permanently housed at the David and Fela Shapell Family Collections, Conservation and Research Center.
The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies is dedicated to ensuring the Holocaust and its contemporary relevance are researched, taught, and widely understood.