Mazal Library is housed in a modern, air-conditioned locale designed from its
inception as a repository for books, original documents, microfilms and
photographic resources. The collection includes over 20,000 books, hundreds of
reels of microfilms, thousands of photographs, dozens of video-films and tens
of thousands of documents principally related to the Holocaust, anti-Semitism,
bigotry and genocide.
The facilities of the library are available for researchers, students and the public in general. Visits are by appointment only. Requests for appointments should be made to Harry W. Mazal OBE at:
Our large computer system allows an immediate and continuous connection to the Internet, as well as providing a suis generis computer adaptation of the Dewey Decimal System under which all of our resources are being catalogued. The computers in the library are networked allowing access to visitors who wish to search for a particular book or document. A growingl list of these resources is available on this web-page.
We will be happy to respond to specific questions on the subjects mentioned above as well as to obtain information from the resources housed in the library.