Sweden and the Holocaust

The memory and understanding of Sweden's actions in connection with the Holocaust change over time and affects our Swedish self-image in different ways. The many stories give a complex and often contradictory picture of Sweden. What did we really know?

This exhibition is about Sweden's relationship to and attitude towards the genocide. It highlights the courage of individuals, but also the fear and passivity of the time.

Sweden and the Holocaust opens on September 22 at the Living History Forum, in Stockholm.

Guided tours in English every Saturday at 2.45 pm. Free admission. Sign up here.

Visiting address: Stora Nygatan 10, Old Town, Stockholm

Opening hours: Monday-Friday: 12-17, Saturday: 12-16, Sunday: Closed