DAS HOLOCAUST-SNAPCHAT-PROJEKT

Our Project

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Since Snapchat stories expire after 24 hours, some of our footages will be retrievable permanently. Here you can find a best-of in three minutes.

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A Reconcilation

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We met Sophie, who volunteers in Haifa, Israel and teaches German to survivors of the Holocaust. We’ve talked with one of her students.

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A Door Without A House

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What is the story behind the mysterious entrance? In Leipzig, Germany, an extraordinary monument reminds of the Holocaust. It tells the story of two Jewish families who were expropriated by the Nazis.

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Pictures That Made History

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Sometimes, a picture could capture a historical moment. Klaus Rubinger is an Israelian photograph who was involved in the Foundation of the State Israel in 1948.

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The Coldest Time

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She was only a child as she lost almost everyone of her relatives: We visited Maja Krapina in Minsk who talked about the Belarussian ghetto.

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The Message

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In this video, you get to know the woman who inspired us for this project – and you will know, what is most important to her nowadays.

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The End and A Start

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So far for now, our last story starts at the place where the most terrible Nazi crimes happened – at Auschwitz. However, it ends in Israel, with a woman, who tells us how she managed to survive this horror.

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