Border changes resulting from World War II

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Lesson plan Age: 16-19 90 minutes

Border changes resulting from World War II

Abstract: After the end of World War II, borders in Eastern Europe changed dramatically. Some cities that had been in one country found themselves on the other side of the border; their names were changed, and the effects on their populations were varied and wide-reaching.

Contributors

Project Coordinator

  • Marcus Chavasse, Civil Society Forum e.V., Berlin, Germany;

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;

Linguistic Editor

  • Richard Coombes, United Kingdom;

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