8th Annual R. Kuwalek Study Trip “History of the Holocaust in Ukraine and Poland”
On 3-8 October 2015 Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies (Kyiv) in cooperation with Center “Teatr Brama Grodzka NN” (Lublin) and Center for Urban History of East-Central Europe (Lviv) are holding the 8th annual educational and methodical study trip for teachers of history and humanities “History of the Holocaust in Ukraine and Poland” named after Robert Kuwalek. The study trip became possible owing to the support of American Jewish Committee and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany.
Traditionally, seminar will be composed of lectures and discussion, visits to Holocaust memorial places in Western Ukraine and Poland.
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