Anregungen und Diskussionen

CFP: Generations of Change - Understanding Post-Socialism and Transition Processes from a Generational Perspective

1989 marks a break of historical continuity: a big part of the "socialist world" disappeared with the collapse of the Soviet regime.

Spain launches its first educational program in Auschwitz

Spain has launched a pioneering project to bring students to various sites of Holocaust remembrance around Europe.

The 7th International Conference on Holocaust Education and Remembrance

Some 200 decision makers in the field of education, from approximately 40 countries - including Austria, Australia, Canada, Croatia, France, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico,

Forthcoming International Travelling Exhibition: Forced Labor in the National Socialist Era

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.

ODHIR gathered experts to exchange experiences on an education programme on combating anti-Semitism

The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) gathered experts from 12 countries in Berlin today to exchange experiences on implementing an education programme on combatin

Slavery and the 'Scramble for Africa'

What were the motives behind the European colonisation of Africa at the end of the 19th century? Did the stamping out of slavery really play a part?

Hitler and 'Lebensraum' in the East

Jeremy Noakes traces the origins of 'Lebensraum', identifying why Hitler looked to the east to expand.

Ressources on the massacre of Katyn


Compilation of several different sources on the murder of 22 000 Polish officers by the Red Army in spring 1940.

Review: Impulses for Europe. Tradition and Modernity in East European Jewry

Edited by Ray Brandon, Manfred Sapper, Volker Weichsel, Anna Lipphardt.

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