Nazi Forced Labor and Memory
National Socialist Germany created one of the largest systems of forced labor in history. Not until 60 years after the end of the war did the compensation debate again bring back to mind the memory of the long-time forgotten victims of forced labor.
But today only a few survivors can report about their experiences. The project “Forced Labor 1939-1945” aims to provide, make accessible and digitally preserve a collection of close to 600 life story interviews.
- Forced Labor: Nazi Forced Labor
- Experiences: Individual Experiences of Forced Labor
- After 1945: Forced Labors as Forgotten Victims
- Compensation: Compensation and Remembrance
- Remembering Events and Topics
- Timeline: Important Dates of Nazi Forced Labor
- International: Forced Labor and European Memory
- Witnesses: Living Memories for Education and Research