Young people and forced labour during World War II

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Lesson plan Age: 13-16 45 minutes

Young people and forced labour during World War II

Abstract: During this lesson, students will learn about the resettlement of the civilian population during World War II, get to grips with the distinctive features of forced labour and the exploitation of young people, and understand how complex life became under these conditions.

Contributors

Project Lead

  • Kristina Smolijaninovait─Ś, Civil Society Forum e.V., Berlin, Germany;

Pedagogical consultants

  • Jacek Staniszewski, Primary School and Secondary School of the Academy of Good Education, Warsaw, Poland;
  • Dzintra Liepina, EuroClio Ambassador, Latvia;

Coordinator

  • Iryna Kashtalian, Leonid Levin Historical Workshop, Minsk, Belarus;

Linguistic Editor

  • Richard Coombes, United Kingdom;

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