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The English version of this website was launched in spring 2017 together with the online learning tool https://olt.storiesthatmove.org.

 

This project was developed with the following partners:

Anne Frank House, Amsterdam

Anne Frank Zentrum, Berlin

Eagerly Internet, Utrecht

Erinnern.at, Austria

International School Amsterdam

MART, Ukraine

Milan Simecka Foundation, Bratislava

Pedagogical University, Cracow

Zachor Foundation, Budapest

All rights with regard to the contents and composition of this website reserved by the Anne Frank  House and/or the partners in the project, unless expressly stated otherwise in the following overview. No texts, information, software, video images photos and/or other images and/or sound material may be reproduced, stored in an automated retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise any without express prior written permission from the Anne Frank House. For country specific content the Anne Frank House will refer to the relevant partners.

Copyrights

Though this website was drawn up with the greatest possible care, we cannot be held liable for the presence of any writing/typing errors, inaccuracies and/or hiatuses. The Anne Frank House does not accept any liability for possible direct or indirect damage that may occur through technical breakdowns or through the use of the information offered on the website. No rights can be derived from the contents of this website in any way, nor can any claims be laid to this.

Copyrights Images

Portraits of young people interviewed for this project:

Main images in Online learning Jan von Holleben

Sources:

Altug Ülkümen, private collection

Anne Frank House

Anne Frank House, Allard Bovenberg, Amsterdam

ANP

Archive of the University of Southern California Shoah Foundation – the  Institute for Visual History and Education –  http://sfi. usc.edu- no information)

Archiwum Glównej Komisji Badania Zbrodni przeciwko Narodowi Polskiemu Instytut

Crif, Conseil Représentatif des Institutions juives de France

Documentation and Cultural Centre of German Sinti and Roma

Dokumentensammlung der Johann August Malin Gesellschaft, Bregenz

Dutch Institute for War Documentation, Amsterdam

Errinern.at

Fundacja Prom

Getty Image

Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Image

Jens Ziehe

Lutz van Dijk, Amsterdam/Cape Town

Manuel Trollmann, www.johann-trollmann.de

Nigel Dickenson

Pamieci Narodowej sygn

Paul Grüninger Foundation

Press Association

Ralph Ponfil Collection, Dallas Holocaust Museum

SIPA Press

Tate Images

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Van Hoeve Private Collection

Yad Vashem

Zachor Foundation

Film fragments

The interviews made with young people and experts in 2016 were filmed by Saskia Habermann.

The short film of the international youth meeting held in Berlin 2013, featuring stories of young people from nine European countries, was made by Brigitte Bertele.

The short film on the expert meeting held in 2014, was made by Susanne Dzeik.

The Institute for Visual History and Education gave permission for use of the interview fragments with Anges Bartha, Stefan Kosinski and Sophie Haber.

The Anne Frank House has attempted to contact all copyright holders. This has not always proven to be possible. Those who believe that they are entitled to exercise rights over pictures and/or text, are asked to contact the Anne Frank House at: P.O. Box 730, 1000 AS Amsterdam, tel.: 020 – 5567100, or info@storiesthatmove.org

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