80 years Wannsee Conference

January 20, 1942. What remains? International conference on the meeting at Wannsee in history and today

For the protection of minorities today

a contemporary culture

of commemoration is needed

For the protection of minorities today

a contemporary culture

of commemoration is needed


Mission

The conference asks about the relevance of the Meeting on the Persecution and Murder of European Jews for history and contemporary awareness about the Shoah.

The Alfred Landecker Foundation and the House of the Wannsee Conference are pleased to invite you to an international and interdisciplinary exchange commemorating the historical event of the meeting on January 20, 1942 and draws lessons for contemporary debates and political issues.


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In collaboration with the Alfred Landecker Foundation, the memorial and educational site House of the Wannsee Conference hosts an international and interdisciplinary conference on the 80th anniversary of the "Meeting on the Final Solution of the Jewish Question". The conference explores the relevance of the Wannsee Conference for history and today's awareness of the Shoah.

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January 20, 1942 - What Remains?

What Remains? Opening speech of the International and Interdisciplinary Symposium on the 80th Anniversary of the Wannsee Conference

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80 years of Wannsee Conference

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80 years of Wannsee Conference

Symposium on 80 years of the Wannsee Conference: What role does the debate about the "Final Solution of the Jewish Question" play in culture, education and mediation?

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80 years of the Wannsee Conference

Introducing 80 years of the Wannsee Conference: International symposium on the Wannsee Conference in History and Present Day

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