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Körber History Forum

News Archive of the Körber History Forum

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Joachim Telgenbüscher on the opportunities and challenges of history education in the digital sphere.

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The corona pandemic in 2020 upset plans for commemorating the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. Gabriele Woidelko explains the variety of topics of digital remembrance activities and the chances of digital formats on the basis of the work of the Körber Foundation.

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Shortly after the US presidential election in 2020, the President of the German Bundestag, Wolfgang Schäuble, and historian Adam Tooze of Columbia University in New York discussed past, present and future challenges to Europe and the transatlantic relationship.

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Niels Annen, Minister of State at the Federal Foreign Office, Wolfsohn History Prize winner Mary Fulbrook and human rights lawyer Philippe Sands discussed current perceptions and the political relevance of historical guilt with Lorenz Hemicker.

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The internationally renowned law professor and barrister Philippe Sands discussed his personal and family history and connection to the Ukrainian city of Lviv with the members of the Körber History Reflection Group in a virtual round table discussion.

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Relations between Britain and Germany have a long history of easily disappointed expectations. Historian Helene von Bismarck outlines why the Brexit negotiations during Germany’s EU Council Presidency ought to be discussed bearing that past in mind.

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