Services offered by the Arolsen Archives

The Arolsen Archives provide a wide range of different ways to access information and digital copies from the archives and to learn more about the documents they hold. They also offer opportunities for professional development, including workshops and seminars on various topics.

The Arolsen Archives regularly hold research seminars which present their collections and the digital archive to various target groups and in different places. They also run academic conferences and seminars, including the winter school for educators titled “Nazi Forced Labor – History and Aftermath”, which they organize every two years in partnership with the Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Center in Berlin-Schöneweide. They also run workshops for multipliers and teachers. For up-to-date information and invitations to upcoming events, visit the website of the Arolsen Archives at:

The website also includes information on how survivors, relatives of persecutees, academics, educators, students, and other interested parties can submit an inquiry; the online inquiry form can be accessed directly here:

A growing number of documents held by the Arolsen Archives are gradually being made available online. Free access to the online archive is available to all interested parties at:

To see an overview of the educational materials provided by the Arolsen Archives and access them for download, go to:

The e-Guide, the online tool which provides explanatory information on the documents in the archive, can be found at:

Do you have any questions about our educational offerings or would you like receive regular updates on our latest events? If so, please write to us at: 

education [at] arolsen-archives [dot] org


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