Groundbreaking 20th-century inventions in transport, industry, media and everyday life
Explore different family concepts and discourses, looking back at the 20th century
A J-story virtual exhibit on Jewish Women in the Century of Change
Videos and Podcasts
Stories to feast your eyes and ears on
Listen to a podcast on the stories of Nobel Prize winners throughout the 20th Century
Discover the collaboration between EFHA and the Fashion Design department at the Università di Firenze
Tracing the term ghetto through history across several centuries - from the Jewish ghetto of Venice to 'ghetto fabulous'
Meet Heisenberg: a quantum mechanics pioneer and an icon of 20th-century science history
The dissolution of the Jewish communities of the Arab world is commemorated on November 30.
Exploring stories and oral histories relating to Irish emigration in the 20th century
Recordings, reports and more relating to migration, found on Europeana
British, Dutch and German counterculture movements of the 1960s were much more than just being against the mainstream
Suits for women, designed by women: questioning the status quo through fashion
Activist, feminist, politician and Holocaust survivor, whose life reflects high and low points of the 20th century
Investigating examples of how social changes of the 20th century have been reflected on pellicule.
The flapper style of the 20s is associated was an expression of a women's new-found freedom and style in fashion.
Polish Jewish migrant Tuschinski established several cinemas in the Netherlands, particularly in Amsterdam and Rotterdam
For Jews around the world, the beginning of autumn is also the time of the Jewish New Year, or Rosh Hashanna in Hebrew
For most of us, the Eurovision Song Contest is a show we tune into once a year. But the Contest is much more than that.
The importance of the journey as an integral part of travel rose significantly in the 20th Century.
From the very start of the 20th century, nutrition was considered as essential to well-being as physical exercise.
Every one of these inventions represents a remarkable venture into creative thinking by their inventor.
Explore this atmospheric set of travel pictures, postcards and videos, exuding the styles and flavors of the seventies.
Offering large assortments, self-service and discount prices, American-style supermarkets took post-war Europe by storm.
Electrification is considered to be one of the most important technological innovations of the 20th century.
These products' design doesn't always convey their function. Can you guess what they were for?
DKW or 'Das Kleine Wunder' was a German brand of motorized vehicles that took the market by storm in the 1920s.
Our food habits thoroughly changed in the 20th century: snacking has become ubiquitous, with endless options.
A distinctive pallet, imaginative perspectives and clever compositions: the ads of Norwegian photographer Leif Ørnelund
Founded in Moscow, the Habima theatre company dreamed of a Jewish cultural renaissance through Hebrew.
In the 70s and 80s, power suits became a way for women to establish their authority in a male-dominated world.
This gallery celebrates outstanding accomplishments in Chemistry, Physics, Medicine, Literature and Peace.
Ground Control's job is to make sure we reach our destination safe and sound
These vintage classrooms paint a vivid picture of what school days used to be like.
On the 2nd of October, the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, we celebrate the International day of Non-violence.
These artful posters from around the world advertise beautiful travels and destinations.
Space traveling is cutting-edge science but can also be serious fun. This gallery is bound to leave you smiling.
Since the early 20th century, caravans have been a holiday home away from home
This exhibition explores how the 20th century changed family life
Families are the fundamental group unit of society. But who decides what constitutes a family?
Never were people’s lives so heavily impacted as during the two World Wars, which was deadlier than any other conflict.
Coined in the 1920s, the term ‘nuclear family’ refers to a compact family unit of two adults and their children.
Bläddra igenom samlingar från 1900-talet
Flip through the Norwegian interior design magazine Bonytt, giving you a glimpse into the homes of the 20th Century
advertisements showing stereotypes and consumerism in post-war Germany.
Discover the artisan cooperative that pioneered modern design and influenced the Bauhaus and Art Deco
These visuals show both iconic and mysterious stories from the press covering life in the cosmos.
In this video gallery, craftsmen and -women from Germany and Central Europe show their outstanding skills.
A video gallery of content exploring customs from Central Europe, from TIB.
the American Embassy in Oslo (Norway), dated 1959, is an architectural gem designed by Finnish modernist Eero Saarinen.
Still-lifes by advertising photographer Karl-Erik Granath, scenes which capture the essence of their time