Welcome to NIOD
NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies is a national and international centre of expertise for interdisciplinary research into the history of world wars, mass violence, and genocides, including their long-term social consequences. In addition, NIOD collects, preserves, and provides access to archives and collections.
Digital research uncovers the role of emotions in political debates about World War II
What role did emotions play in political debates about the consequences of World War II in the period 1945 – 1989?
Symposium 'The Future of The Dutch Colonial Past'
On Friday 26 November, the symposium 'The Future of The Dutch Colonial Past' will take place in Amsterdam.
Online presentation research results 'Independence, Decolonization, Violence and War in Indonesia, 1945-1950' on 17 February
On 17 February 2022, the results of the research programme Independence, Decolonization, Violence and War in Indonesia, 1945-1950 will be presented. Because of the current COVID-measures in the Net...
Apply for an EHRI Conny Kristel Fellowship
By facilitating international access to an unprecedented range of key archives and collections related to the Holocaust as well as access to archival and digital humanities expertise, the EHRI Conn...
Announcement: Book Titles Independence, Decolonization, Violence And War in Indonesia, 1945-1950
Amsterdam University Press will start publishing twelve books containing the results of the research programme Independence, Decolonization, Violence, and War in Indonesia, 1945-1950 in February 20...
The Netherlands offers to host EHRI headquarters
The Netherlands offers to host and co-fund the headquarters of the permanent European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI). Dutch incumbent Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations Kajsa ...
'The Westerbork film': Research, Restoration, Exhibition
On 19 May 2021, Kamp Westerbork Memorial Centre launched Gevangen in Beelden (‘Captured in images’), an exhibition about the Westerbork film made in 1944 by German-Jewish refugee and prisoner Rud...
Focusing on the Future. Evoking Memories of German Hunger
On 16 October 2021, the Käthe Kollwitz Museum in Cologne posted a photo of the above Kollwitz’s drawing on its Instagram in honour of World Food Day, an initiative started in 1945 by the United Nat...
For the time being, the NIOD is open to a limited extent. The archive and the library for study and research are only accessible by appointment.
- Mo 13:00 - 17:30u
- Tu - Fri 09:00 - 17:30u
- Herengracht 380
- 1016 CJ Amsterdam