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RESEARCHING ONE‘S FAMILY HISTORY REGARDING POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT IN NAZI CRIMES

Sunday, 03.04.2022 | 10 am | approx. 7 hours

Due to the limited number of participants, we request you to register until the 30th of March at weber(at)topographie.de .

The workshop will be held in German.

 

For younger descendants it is often difficult to ask their relatives about their family history during National Socialism: usually they did not get to know their relatives who had lived at that time. Often only fragments about their life stories between 1933 and 1945 are known. In narratives handed down by families the focus is often on the sufferings of relatives who were not persecuted. Nevertheless, family memories and

documents can be an initial starting point for finding out more about the past of one's own family, and thus possible perpetrators and involvement of relatives, be it in the context of Nazi forced labour or other Nazi crimes. The workshop will present research approaches as well as methods for conducting conversations with one's relatives.

 

The event is co-hosted by Partnerschaft für Demokratie Altglienicke and and funded within the programme "Demokratie leben!" of the BMFSFJ. The workshop is part of a series of events titled „From Past to Present. Revisiting historical and political places in Treptow-Köpenick.“

 

The series of events is a cooperation project of: aras* - politische Bildung an Schulen, Zentrum für Demokratie Treptow-Köpenick, Partnerschaft für Demokratie Treptow-Köpenick, Partnerschaft für Demokratie Schöneweide, Partnerschaft für Demokratie Altglienicke, Projekt Dialog im Kosmos – aufsuchende politische Bildung im Kosmosviertel in Berlin Altglienicke, InteraXion – Willkommensbüro für geflüchtete Menschen und Migrant*innen, offensiv’91 e.V., TKVA- Treptow-Köpenick für Vielfalt und gegen Antisemitismus (Pad gGmbH), MaMis en Movimiento e.V., Dokumentationszentrum NS-Zwangsarbeit, Museen Treptow-Köpenick, Bezirksamt Treptow-Köpenick