Students from Neunkirchen took a trip to Struthof, the concentration camp located just across the French border. Before going, the students studied the camp's history and spoke with an eyewitness.
Since 1994, students of the Sophie Scholl High School have been researching the history of their school during World War II.
On the grounds of the former Pulp and Rayon Staple Factory Wittenberge, there was a branch of the Neuengamme Concentration Camp. Prisoners were forced to work in this factory.
The point of departure for the search of to students for traces in local history was the "Memorial of the Broken Hearts", commemorating the so-called detention camp for Polish juveniles,
Students at junior secondary level of a Hauptschule with partly xenophobic attitudes meet a Holocaust survivor and experience how discrimination and persecution determine the lives of the victims u
Students at Paul-Klee High School collect regional and local historical facts on the subject of forced labor in Gersthofen, amongst others in the former IG Farben subsidiary "Transehe" in
Students began by surveying classmates about their knowledge of the Malchow concentration camp, a sub-camp of Ravensbrück.
Supported by the Memorial, students compile a data base of biographical data of former forced labourers and prisoners of war in the region.
The Peenemünde Museum has been co-operating in a long-term project with the Regionale Schule Heinrich-Heine (regional school) in Karlshagen as an external partner since 2002/3.
The project presented here is a contribution to a history competition organised by the Stefan-Bathory-Foundation and the Karta Centre in 1999 under the title "The Most Important Event in the H
At a school in Schorndorf, Baden Württemberg, students studied the consequences of an ideology based on ideas of racial superiority and disdain for human life.
Unlike Buchenwald, Ravensbrück or Dachau, where foreigners and Germans were imprisoned together, the concentration camp in Breitenau was used primarily for Germans from Hesse and Thuringia.
The Association for the Former Concentration Camp Flossenbürg organizes projects about the role of the camp in the Nazi era.
After reading "Friedrich," a book for young people written by Hans Peter Richter, students interviewed eyewitnesses from their hometowns.
Soon after German unification, vocational students and teachers from Bremen read in the newspaper about the sorry condition of the former concentration camp at Sachsenhausen and decided to help res
Forced labour in the National Socialist era – this is a topic which has been widely discussed over the past twenty years, primarily in connection with compensation payments.
An internet project by the Realschule Überlingen on Lake Constance.
The project group “The Ueberlinger Mine on the Internet” from the Secondary School Überlingen at Lake Constance presents a comprehensive online documentat
A cooperation between the Foundation "Remembrance, Responsibility and Future", Freie Universität Berlin and the German Historical Museum.
Students (17-18 years old) from different Cologne and Rotterdam schools interview former forced labourers and record their life stories for an exhibition on forced labour in Cologne.
This seminar shall provide a forum for young educators from Germany and South Korea to exchange ideas on methods and teaching practices and learn more about the topic of forced labour in a historic
During World War II, the National Socialist regime deployed and exploited millions of forced labourers in the German Reich, the Axis nations and countries under German military occupation.
The extent to which societies come to terms with forced labour under National Socialism still varies widely in Europe.
The winter school will provide a forum for educators who want to exchange ideas on methods and teaching practices on the topic of Nazi forced labour and its memory in post-war Europe from a transna
Ten students and/or PhD candidates from Europe will each receive a travel grant (450 Euro) enabling them to actively participate in the international conference “Divided Memory?