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Munich Approach

Following on from its own preliminary work and in exchange with international experts, the Munich project aims to develop the first German-language visualizations of Holocaust survivors and to research their use in educational processes. They are addressed to young people - schoolchildren and young adults - aged between 14 and 21. On the one hand, traditions of contemporary witness talks will be conceptually recorded in school classes in Germany; on the other hand, the special features of the respective reports of the contemporary witnesses will be brought to bear. The declared goal of the Munich project is to explore learning with digital visualizations of Holocaust survivors.