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WELCOME TO THE PARTY

 

 

 

 

The Learning centre (Lernforum) is an area of information and research in the first basement of the NS-Dokumentationszentrum, which is open to all visitors free of charge. In the Learning centre individuals and groups of visitors can concern themselves more closely with all contents of the permanent exhibition and other topics. There is a wide range of information available for both individual research and historical and political education.

Various informative, interactive presentations are accessible at four large media tables, e.g. a presentation of the origins and components of Nazi ideology or the 'nationalist anti-Semitic network of the NSDAP in Munich‘. To make the complex historical contents visually interesting for a broad audience the Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism has cooperated with the Chair of Architectural Informatics TUM Department of Architecture Technical University of Munich and equipped the learning centre with state-of-the-art communication technologies.

Apart from the media tables there are 24 research stations with access to a comprehensive database with some 800 articles on terms, historical events and people. This digital encyclopaedia provides generally comprehensible and clear information of the highest scientific standard.

The research stations of the Learning centre also offer individual access to Nazi history thanks to videos of interviews with witnesses.

The Learning centre also offers a freely accessible reference library with reference books, manuals and a selection of specialist literature on the history of National Socialism in Munich.

Via the Learning centre registered school classes and groups can access the seminar and event area, where we offer an educational programme with seminars, workshops and other event formats..

 

WELCOME TO THE PARTY

 

 

 

 

The Learning centre (Lernforum) is an area of information and research in the first basement of the NS-Dokumentationszentrum, which is open to all visitors free of charge. In the Learning centre individuals and groups of visitors can concern themselves more closely with all contents of the permanent exhibition and other topics. There is a wide range of information available for both individual research and historical and political education.

Various informative, interactive presentations are accessible at four large media tables, e.g. a presentation of the origins and components of Nazi ideology or the 'nationalist anti-Semitic network of the NSDAP in Munich‘. To make the complex historical contents visually interesting for a broad audience the Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism has cooperated with the Chair of Architectural Informatics TUM Department of Architecture Technical University of Munich and equipped the learning centre with state-of-the-art communication technologies.

Apart from the media tables there are 24 research stations with access to a comprehensive database with some 800 articles on terms, historical events and people. This digital encyclopaedia provides generally comprehensible and clear information of the highest scientific standard.

The research stations of the Learning centre also offer individual access to Nazi history thanks to videos of interviews with witnesses.

The Learning centre also offers a freely accessible reference library with reference books, manuals and a selection of specialist literature on the history of National Socialism in Munich.

Via the Learning centre registered school classes and groups can access the seminar and event area, where we offer an educational programme with seminars, workshops and other event formats..

 

comments (15)

  • Ray
  • Not Germany...
  • 20 Feb 2018, 00:35
Our [Greenland-seeking] traveller does not look at all comfortable here, Chris.
Chris: No one would feel comfortable here Ray, s'not possible
May we never need an exhibit like that in the USA...
Chris: The very thought of it Larry!
This is a great shot - I love the light glowing up into Chad's face
Chris: This was a sober visit, as you might expect, given the subject matter..
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 20 Feb 2018, 06:31
Oh yes, München was the town of the Hitler- 'Bewegung'. The Nazi history is a permanent theme in our schools and in our society for decades. My brother is still working in the 'Villa ten Hompel', also a kind of Learning Centre. And I personally am also often busy with this sad chapter of our German history. Tonight I'll see the play "Ghetto" by the Israeli author Sobol in the theatre.
Chris: I admire Germany so much for coming to terms with all of this vile chapter in history. I remember in Berlin the Topographie Des Terrors being hugely well put together and quite stunning..
Impressionnant ce lieu ..
Bonne journée
Chris: Thank you Claudine
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 20 Feb 2018, 07:21
What an establishment. Chad looks as if he can understand German, which I guess he can
Chris: He can certainly understand horror Lisl..
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 20 Feb 2018, 07:52
Aha, you can see my swollen hand, which I am trying to keep up. What a bizarre thing that was Tiff.
Chris: Yes indeed Chad. It is recognisable in this untwiddled picture
It is a good thing to be open about the evils of the past. If only other countries would do the same
Chris: The Germans deserve our respect in this matter..
It is good that plenty of light surrounds the contained darkness.
Chris: That is a good response Mary
It is good that all of that isn't being hidden away from younger generations, I abhore what is happening here with the young being indoctrinated in the wrong way with some of the awful things in our past history, when we done awful things.
Chris: I agree with you Brian
They certainly have made an effort to come to terms with the horrors of the Hitler era.
Chris: Very much so Tom
Too bad for those closed mouth, open would have made a copy with the scream of Munch :X wink
Chris: An interesting point you make Claudio: thank you
Chad looks like he is studying this document with great interest Chris... good lighting....petersmile
Chris: He certainly was doing just that Peter
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 20 Feb 2018, 17:57
...thats all well and good but where's the loo and the cafe?
This must have been an interesting visit, Chris. What had happened to Andrew's hand?
Chris: Unaccountably his right hand was swollen to nearly twice its normal size. You can detect this in the picture

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