The Jewish Historical Museum has a large archive with about 1,000 linear meters of material. The archive contains material related to the life and work of the Federation of Jewish Communities and individual Jewish Communities of the former Yugoslavia before World War II, Jewish pre-war press, material related to anti-Semitism and the Holocaust (1941-1945), material from the Federation and individual Jewish communities after 1945 until the break-up of Yugoslavia in 1992, as well as a newspaper clips library. In addition to documentation and photo documentation, the archive includes two electronic databases – victims of the Holocaust from the entire territory of the former Yugoslavia and the Jewish registries of Belgrade.