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People With Learning Difficulties Work at the Hadamar Memorial

author Uta George 

The Hadamar Memorial Support Association (Verein zur Förderung der Gedenkstätte Hadamar e.V.) together with the network “People First Germany”, an organisation of people with learning difficulties run a project for visitors in Easy-to-Understand language addressed to persons with learning difficulties (formerly called learning disabilities). Project derived from partner website “Lernen aus der Geschichte”.



Lives Beyond Borders


The conference „Lives Beyond Borders. Toward a Social History of Cosmopolitans and Globalization, 1880-1960” pointed out the need for new methods of biographical research with regards to international individuals. The three variants of methodological approaches to transboundary lives – transcultural entanglement, territoriality, and performativity – could be applied to most of the biographies presented at this conference.

30–03–2019 Milena Guthörl

Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe


The Rothschild Foundation (Hanadiv) Europe, established by Lord Rothschild in 2000, continues the philanthropic tradition of the Rothschild family and during the last ten years, the Foundation has supported a range of educational, cultural, heritage and community-based initiatives in over 40 European countries. Now chaired by Sir Victor Blank, the Foundation is currently focusing our activities in academic Jewish studies and Jewish heritage.
The article is derived from the partner Website “Lernen aus der Geschichte”.