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In-depth examination: At international youth meetings at memorials for the victims of the Nazis, what are the implications of working with "marginalized groups," or groups who have experienced individual or collective discrimination? 

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EHRI's main objective is to support the European Holocaust research community by opening up a portal that will give online access to dispersed sources relating to the Holocaust all over Europe and Israel, and by encouraging collaborative research through the development of tools.

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After the unification of Germany, the Wilhelm Hammann School in Thuringia was directed to change its name.

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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,

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Over a period of six weeks, students from Bonn studied the Jewish Cemetery in Schwarzrheindorf. The names on the gravestones led to research on the lives of Jewish families.

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Since 1998, unemployed youth have been researching Jewish history in their home town of Freiberg and neighboring Czech cities as part of a job qualification program to become "specialists for

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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.

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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.

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The Commemorative Book Project for the Old Synagogue in Essen offers citizens, school classes and youth groups a way to identify personally with the fate of one of the 3,500 local victims of the Nazi regime.

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The Association for the Former Concentration Camp Flossenbürg organizes projects about the role of the camp in the Nazi era.

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After reading "Friedrich," a book for young people written by Hans Peter Richter, students interviewed eyewitnesses from their hometowns.

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The site of the Kaufering XI concentration camp was buried within the town limits of Landsberg, Bavaria. Local students worked to convince the town to make the site visible.

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At Berlin's Heinrich-Zille school, students aged nine to twelve developed a project focusing on Wilhelm Lehmann, who was murdered in Plötzensee in 1943.

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Since 1981, Dr. Sidney Bolkosky, Professor of History at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, has interviewed Holocaust survivors.

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Project by the Norbertusgymnasium, Magdeburg (Germany) and the St. Zeromski High School, Strzegom (Poland).

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Twentieth-century Europe has been marked by dictatorship, war, forced labour and genocide.

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The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) published a report entitled “Discover the Past for the Future.

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Teaching about National Socialism and the Holocaust in elementary schools is now generally accepted. But taking elementary school children to visit a memorial site?

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A video clip about the conditions of the memorial sites in Poland.

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The way of how we deal with the National Socialist past is changing.

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The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies and the Center for Holocaust Studies at the Institute for Contemporary

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