In Focus: Turning Points
Impressions of prize-winning projects
On the occasion of the EUSTORY History Camp in Oslo, impressions of some of the participants’ prize-winning projects can be explored in our “Competition Entries” section. Among them are those by Dorin Rottenshtreich Robin from Israel and Leonardo Galanti from Italy, two of 2014’s first prize winners. The two High School graduates addressed the topics of “Attitudes toward the Other as Reflected in History” and “’14-’18: The Great War”, their home countries’ competition topics.
Beside the two above-mentioned contributions one can find many other interesting works by current History Camp participants. Featured are single and group projects from late as well as former competitions from the EUSTORY Network.
The Legacy of World War I
2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. We will highlight EUSTORY events and resources.
- “The absence of war is far from being peace“
- War crimes in Tuscany in 1944 – an historical exploration
- The »Concept of Trust« as a determining factor in Norwegian politics and society
- What is WWI to us? – Impressions of a German student from a celebration ceremony in the German Parliament
- East Germany’s secret police files – who owns the past?
Czech Competition 2014/2015
"The Story of a Photograph – Memory and History in Front and Behind the Lens" is the topic of the 8th Czech competition round. For detailed information about the Czech competition click here.
French History Competition 2014/2015
"Europe on the battlefields – the legacy of World War I for us today” is the topic of the French competition in 2014/2015. For information about the French history competition go here, to download the flyer, click here.
German History Competition 2014/2015
"Being different. Outsiders in history" is the topic of the German competition in 2014/2015. Young people under 21 years are asked to send in their contributions until 28 February 2015 . For information about the German history competition go here.