» Oskar Schindler Archive

Our mission is the increased knowledge of the Holocaust and its complex causes, to prepare witnesses to the future, and to develop a strong awareness of the cost of silence and inaction in response to antisemitism, bigotry, and racism. The Oskar Schindler Archive is committed to acquire, identify, preserve, and make available to the public Holocaust-era historical records and artifacts. The archive will:

  • Collect, preserve, and make accessible permanent records, rare books, and other material that relate to the history of the Holocaust
  • Support the research of students, faculty and other scholars through access to information
  • Provide information that promotes the mission of the archives internally and to the extended community

The Oskar Schindler Archive documents the stories of the survivors, liberators, and rescuers of the Holocaust. The center serves as a repository and actively collects material from individuals who experienced the Holocaust or by their family members, as well as, scholarly research on the topic.

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