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Mobile Exhibition “Jewish Children of Ukraine – Victims of the Holocaust” Travelling the Country in January – April 2016

An educational mobile exhibition “Jewish Children of Ukraine – Victims of the Holocaust” prepared by Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies in cooperation with Anne Frank House Museum is travelling Ukraine again.
The exhibition tells about the fate of Jewish children on the territories of Ukraine occupied by German and Romanian armies during WWII. The schedule is coordinated by N. Kolpachenko, a history teacher. Peer-guide training and methodological support is lent by Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies (guide trainer N. Ufimtseva).
Following the initiative of local teachers the exhibition in the first months of 2016 visited Mykolayiv, Donetsk and Ternopil oblasts as well as the city of Kharkiv.

[Druzkivka photos and info by Nina Makarova (In Ukrainian)]

[Novokostyantynivka photos and info by Olena Bilchenko (In Ukrainian)]

[Kharkiv photos and info by Svitlana Berezhna (In Ukrainian)]

[Kremenets photos and info by Natalia Tymoschchuk (In Ukrainian)]

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