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Current Project Examples

   
  Museum of the history of Polish Jews
    Development of polish Jews in Germany and Ukraine in commission of the newly build Museum of the history of Polish Jews in Warsaw.

HRA has the objective to explore new resources on the history of Polish Jews in German and Ukrainian archives on behalf of future museum visitors. In this way HRA is opening up rare photographs, important documents and seldom prints on the everyday life of the once biggest Jewish community in Europe to the general public.
Further information on the Museum of the history of Polish Jews project can be obtained at:

  Brown University, Prof. Omer Bartov
    Research assistance in support of gathering information resources in Germany, Poland and Ukraine for the book project: The Voice of Your Brother’s Blood: Buczacz, Biography of a Town.

By assignment of the renown historian professor Omer Bartov (“Hitler's army : soldiers, Nazis, and war in the Third Reich”, New York, NY [u.a.] : Oxford Univ. Press, 1991) HRA explores scientific resources in Germany, Poland and Ukraine. In addition to printed and photographic materials, HRA was able to obtain a row of eyewitness reports, covering the impact of the Holocaust on people's personal microcosm in Eastern Galicia.
Further information on the “200 years of interethnic relations in Buczacz and the origins of the Holocaust in Ukraine” project can be obtained at:

 
  German Federal Archives. Bundesarchiv Berlin
    Researcher for the Digital Humanities archival projects: ‚List of Jewish residents from former German eastern provinces‘, date collected in Polish State Archives & the online-portal ‚Forced Labour‘ with data from Byelorussian and Ukrainian State Archives:
  Yahad-in-Unum‘,Centre Européen de Ressources pour
    la Recherche et l’Enseignement sur la Shoah à l’Est, Paris
    Archival research in Byelorussuan, Polish, Ukrainian and German archives with refer to facts German mass shootings in order to identify Jewish mass graves from World War II all over East Central Europe: