All Articles about Holocaust
Fellows Rachel Bell and Alex Rossen founded Zikaron, a project committed to mending historical trauma in the 21st century through activism and storytelling.
The Diary Keepers
Research Fellow Nina Siegal is an Amsterdam-based New York Times journalist who has frequently covered Nazi-looted art restitution and other World War II related topics for the newspaper. She has now expanded the project into a book within the book she will publish diaries from the Holocaust time, which are telling the story of the war from multiple, but often overlapping, perspectives.
Teen Flying University / Latający Uniwersytet Młodzieży
Landecker Democracy Fellow Tomasz Cebulski founded a research and historical interpretation center, POLIN TRAVEL. He is an experienced genealogist and licensed tour leader in Poland and Central Europe. His project is a “Teen Flying University” ( or "Latający Uniwersytet Młodzieży" in Polish) and it will teach local history to help build a global future.
Commemorating the Holocaust Victims of Veria, Greece
Senior Fellow Ioannis Styliandis is active in commemorating Jewish students from the Greek town of Veria who were victims of the Holocaust.
The Real Past: Local History During the Time of National Socialism
In her Action Project, Fellow Miriam Mack decided to record World War II survivors' stories of their time living in her home village of Euerfeld, Bavaria during the Nazi regime. With this documentary, she hopes to keep youth in her village well-informed of their history.
Educating Youth in BiH on the Holocaust in Višegrad Countries
The course reader includes an in-depth thematic discussion of the Visegrad post-Holocaust context, the links between war and genocide, as well as of ideology, the power of the state and bureaucracy, and propaganda and mass media in relation to genocide in all V4 countries.
Down the Memory Lane of the Sarajevo Jewish Community
Documentary film about Sarajevo Jewish Community
Teaching Nepali Students about the Horrors of Extremism
Senior Fellow Subhash Ghimire, inspired by his Fellowship, brought the story of Anne Frank to Nepali students to discuss the risks of extremism.
The White Rose Remembrance Project
Senior Fellow Yasmin Hoffmann created The White Rose Remembrance Project: "And yet their spirit lives on," determined to uphold the remembrance of the resistance group and remind society how important it is to defend democratic values.
Holocaust Identification Cards
Inspired by the Holocaust Identification Cards that are given at the entrance of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, this project aims to emphasize the importance of remembrance, and tries to enhance the reader's ability to depict and relate to the universal concept of loss.