Stories that Move
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
International School Amsterdam
Milan Simecka Foundation, Bratislava
Pedagogical University, Cracow
Zachor Foundation, Budapest
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Portraits of young people interviewed for this project:
Main images in Online learning Jan von Holleben
Altug √úlk√ľmen, private collection
Anne Frank House
Anne Frank House, Allard Bovenberg, Amsterdam
Archive of the University of Southern California Shoah Foundation ‚Äď the¬† Institute for Visual History and Education –¬† http://sfi. usc.edu- no information)
Archiwum Gl√≥wnej Komisji Badania Zbrodni przeciwko Narodowi Polskiemu Instytut
Crif, Conseil Repr√©sentatif 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
Jack Guez/AFP/Getty Image
Lutz van Dijk, Amsterdam/Cape Town
Manuel Trollmann, www.johann-trollmann.de
Pamieci Narodowej sygn
Ralph Ponfil Collection, Dallas Holocaust Museum
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Van Hoeve Private Collection
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.
Interview segments of √Āgnes Bartha, Stefan Kosinski and Sophie Haber¬† are from the archive of the USC Shoah Foundation ‚Äď The Institute for Visual History and Education. For more information:¬†http://sfi.usc.edu/
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