The Library searches, stores and provides open access to materials about Babyn Yar and other crimes against humanity committed during the Second World War on the territory of Ukraine and throughout Eastern Europe. Another major theme for material and document collection is the ruined pre-war world of Jewish life and culture in multinational and multifaith Ukraine and Kyiv.
The digital library contains only reliable sources of information. Available in the library are more than 4 000 paper books, of which more than a hundred are rare and old, about 250 digital and electronic editions, 8 000 photographs from different times, including hundreds previously unseen, video evidence, drawings, audio recordings, databases of full-text scientific publications and much more. Different media are grouped into thematic collections to ensure a comprehensive historical narrative.
Schedule a research visit to the Memorial Center and our staff will be happy to help you find the materials you need, or email us at [email protected]