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10 November 2010

Working for the Enemy. Nazi Forced Labor
Ramifications and Memories after 1945


Public Discussion Concluding the Conference "Forced Labor in Hitler’s Europe"

Forced laborers are given a meal

Ukrainian forced laborers are given a meal after their liberation, March 1945
© National Archives, Washington

When

10 November 2010, 2.30 pm

Where

Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, Markgrafenstr. 38 in Berlin Mitte

Admission

free

Contact

Birgitta Schmidt
Tel: +49 (0)30 259 93 497
Fax: +49 (0)30 259 93 330
b.schmidt[at]jmberlin.de

Tanja Penter, Irina Scherbakowa, Tomáš Jelínek, Volkhard Knigge, and Alexander von Plato discuss the dimensions of Nazi forced labor in Europe, ramifications and memories, and the circumstances of Nazi forced laborers after the war and today. Harald Asel from Inforadio (rbb) will moderate the concluding discussion.

An event organized by the "Remembrance, Responsibility and Future" Foundation

Program surrounding the special exhibiton "Forced Labor. The Germans, the Forced Laborers, and the War".

Please note! This event will be held in the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, Markgrafenstr. 38 in Berlin Mitte.

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