After the unification of Germany, the Wilhelm Hammann School in Thuringia was directed to change its name.
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.
To learn about the deportation of Jews from Berlin to Lodz and Auschwitz, students read eyewitness reports and local history.
Relying on specialized literature, SS documents, and prisoner sketches, students from Lower Saxony reconstructed the arrival procedures at five concentration camps.
In cooperation with the Russian organization "Memorial"/St.
The Bernburg memorial offers materials to teachers to help them prepare their students for a first visit to the site.
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,
Broadwater is a state school for young people of all abilities between the ages of eleven and sixteen. Our fourteen year-old students study the Holocaust in mixed ability teaching groups.
The students learned about the importance of creativity for survival in the camp through personal stories and biographies, especially through the example of Czech music teacher Ludmila Peška
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
In reaction to an arson attack on the Death March Museum and the desecration of the Memorial in the forest of Below in the autumn of 2002, a series of seminars on the topic "The Death March in
12th-grade students have traveled to Poland since 1996 in order to complete a work experience in the Majdanek memorial in Lublin as part of their history study course.
Students began by surveying classmates about their knowledge of the Malchow concentration camp, a sub-camp of Ravensbrück.
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.
This film project of the Alternative Youth Centre Dessau involving 9th grade students of the Norbertus-Gymnasium in Magdeburg took place from May to November 2002.
Together with professional actors from the Municipal Theater of Chemnitz, enthusiastic students from the Dr.-Wilhelm-André-Gymnasium rehearsed the play "Dr.
Students become familiar with one of the most famous political resistance songs created in the Emslandlager concentration camps in Lower Saxony.
Two generations of students at a Bavarian school in Bad Aibling have had a chance to see the exhibition on "The White Rose," the failed student resistance movement.
"Brundibár," a children's opera, was written in 1938 by the Czech librettist Adolf Hoffmeister and the composer Hans Krása.
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.
In 1996, an umbrella organization of youth groups in Schwerin along with "Memorial Work in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania" began offering bicycle tours in order to encourage interest in th
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.
Given increased xenophobia and right-wing violence, youth associations in Lower Saxony have been looking for new ways to motivate youngsters to confront and come to terms with National Socialism.
The Association for the Former Concentration Camp Flossenbürg organizes projects about the role of the camp in the Nazi era.
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
First launched in 1994, the annual "workshop on history and memory of NS concentration camps" is a self-organized research framework run by Ph.D. candidates and former participants.