La Biblioteca Nacional de Israel

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Biblioteca Nacional de Israel
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La Casa del Lector in Matadero Madrid starts its cycle called 'Library: Geographical History of an Idea', devoting digital displays to the impressive archives kept at the National Library of Israel. This is an interactive exhibition in that through the use of tablets, mobile devices and QR codes you can access documents, maps, videos and audio files that reflect the history of the Jewish people throughout the centuries. Among the most interesting items of the collection are a letter written by Stefan Zweig dating back to 1933 that describes the anti-Semitism that reigned in Austria, as well as a diary written by the father of the Basch family, which chronicles the last days of their lives before they were deported to Auschwitz in May 1944 during the Jewish holiday, Shavuot (Pentecost).

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