Centre for German Jewish Studies - University of Sussex

Archival and Other Holdings

The establishment of the Centre for German-Jewish Studies at the University of Sussex in 1994 has attracted the deposit of various collections that reflect the study of political, cultural and everyday life German-Jewish history, in particular the history of Jewish refugees and their families to the United Kingdom during and after the Second World War.

The collections are housed in Special Collections and catalogues are currently available for the two largest collections - the Elton/Ehrenberg Papers and the Arnold Daghani Collection.

Finding Aids, Guides, and Publication

The Centre’s own collections are searchable via the catalogue of the Keep in Brighton. The Centre’s Online Database of British Archival Sources relating to German-Jewish Refugees (BARGE) is also online.