Praxis

The Destiny of East European Forced Labourers, Convicts and Prisoners of War

Supported by the Memorial, students compile a data base of biographical data of former forced labourers and prisoners of war in the region.

The End of the War in Our 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 Expulsion of the Citizens of Skierbieszów

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

The Gross-Rosen Concentration Camp – Annihilation Through Labour

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.

The History of the Augsburg-Protestant Cemetery at Osowo

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As a contribution towards the 8th competition of the Bathory Foundation and the KARTA Centre under the title "Disputed Remembrance of the Past – Memorials, Cemeteries, Name Patrons"

The Last Journey

Together with professional actors from the Municipal Theater of Chemnitz, enthusiastic students from the Dr.-Wilhelm-André-Gymnasium rehearsed the play "Dr.

The Last Walk of the Białystok Jews

Four 17-year-old girls from Białystok, participating in a history competition organised by the Stefan-Bathory-Foundation and the Karta Centre under the title "The Most Important Event in the H

"The Peat Bog Soldiers"

Students become familiar with one of the most famous political resistance songs created in the Emslandlager concentration camps in Lower Saxony.

The White Rose: Symbol and Mission

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.

Történelem / Personal History

High –school students, with the help of their teachers, translate the memoirs or interviews of Hungarian Holocaust survivors.

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