Global historical perspectives on the time after 17 July 1945 – Reflection

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  • Tim
    I think it is important to listen to each other, to be open to other opinions and to be prepared to look for compromises when conflicts arise. It doesn’t help if you think I’m the good guy and I’m right and the other guy is the bad guy and he’s wrong. Peaceful coexistence means working […]
  • Meggy
    The end of WW2 as recounted by a few witnesses within my region seemed to have breathed a sigh of relief. Cameroon being a former German colony at the time,a few men had been recruited or sold out as slaves to fight during the war and the end of this was brought a new era […]
  • Nicolas
    Nicolas was born and grew up in France. His first job brought him to Berlin. He sent us his reflections via Email: “The first myth that came to mind directly is Joan of Arc. She is one of the first figure of French nationalism and the actual history might have been a lot more complex […]
  • Alex
    Alex from Germany works in Language and Intercultural Education. Under the hashtag #histovoices she shared how pupils in her classes discuss the question “how do Germans remember the end of WWII?”: https://www.instagram.com/tv/B_xrCkTI07n/?igshid=1fk5a4eh32vhi Alex
  • Alena
    I am particularly interested in the topic of WWII because it is something that is related to many European families and my family is not an exception. During the WWII my grandmother was in a forced labor camp. Two years ago I decided that I, as a young artist, want to reflect on the topic […]
  • Jean-Paul Sartre

  • Ubuntu teachings, South Africa

  • Honore de Balzac

  • Audre Lorde

  • Rumi

  • Nepalese proverb

  • Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

  • Indian proverb

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  • Tim
    I think it is important to listen to each other, to be open to other opinions and to be prepared to look for compromises when conflicts arise. It doesn’t help if you think I’m the good guy and I’m right and the other guy is the bad guy and he’s wrong. Peaceful coexistence means working […]
  • Meggy
    The end of WW2 as recounted by a few witnesses within my region seemed to have breathed a sigh of relief. Cameroon being a former German colony at the time,a few men had been recruited or sold out as slaves to fight during the war and the end of this was brought a new era […]
  • Nicolas
    Nicolas was born and grew up in France. His first job brought him to Berlin. He sent us his reflections via Email: “The first myth that came to mind directly is Joan of Arc. She is one of the first figure of French nationalism and the actual history might have been a lot more complex […]
  • Alex
    Alex from Germany works in Language and Intercultural Education. Under the hashtag #histovoices she shared how pupils in her classes discuss the question “how do Germans remember the end of WWII?”: https://www.instagram.com/tv/B_xrCkTI07n/?igshid=1fk5a4eh32vhi Alex
  • Alena
    I am particularly interested in the topic of WWII because it is something that is related to many European families and my family is not an exception. During the WWII my grandmother was in a forced labor camp. Two years ago I decided that I, as a young artist, want to reflect on the topic […]