Digitalization and Publishing of Ostarbeiter-Archive International Memorial (Moscow) is a non-profit organisation engaged in research and education in the field of 20th century history. It has its own museum, archive and library.
Topografia per la storia is an association of historians specializing in the history of forced labour in Italy and abroad during the Second World War. The president is Costantino Di Sante and the other members are Andrea Giuseppini, Amedeo Osti
“Producers, Consumers and Consequences of Forced Labour – Serbia 1941 – 1944” Founded in late 2014, the Center for Holocaust Research and Education is seeking to actively contribute to the factual interpretation of the Holocaust in Serbia as well as
The Walimskie Drifts is one of seven compounds referred to as Riese [“the Giant”], built by Germans in the Owl Mountains during World War II. The construction was never finished. According to the most popular hypothesis, it was intended to
HELENA BOHLE-SZACKI. BRIDGES/DIE BRÜCKEN is a multifaceted artistic and historical project, centred around the figure of Helena Bohle-Szacki – Pole, Jew, German, prisoner of Ravensbrück and Helmbrechts camps, artist, fashion designer, activist and a witness of the Nazi terror. It is
Testimonies of Channel Islander victims of Nazi Persecution Dr Gilly Carr, University of Cambridge This project aims to highlight the experience of British victims of Nazi persecution from the Channel Islands, the only part of the British Isles occupied during
GROSSRAUM ORGANISATION TODT AND FORCED LABOUR IN NORWAY 1940-45 The exhibition Grossraum: Organisation Todt (OT) and forced labour in Norway 1940-45 opened in February 2017 at the Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology in Oslo. The exhibition is a result
Post Bellum is a non-governmental non-profit organisation which documents the memories of witnesses of the important historical phenomena of the 20th century and which tries to pass these stories on to the wider public. It was founded in 2001.
“Polish prisoners of the Katzbach subcamp in the Adler Manufacturing Plant. A German-Polish publication and plenary discussions in Warsaw and in Frankfurt on Main” KARTA is an independent non-governmental organization. It conducts archive research and educational and publishing projects. It
The International Forum „Cycles of Commemoration: Forced Labour in Europe during World War II.”is accompanied by an outdoor board exhibition with the same title which will be available for two months on Uniwersytecki Square in Wroclaw.