We have previously published an English-language publication containing historical essays to explore the topic of "plundered" children, and a Polish-language version of two essays created by Polish authors (both publications can be found on our website: ONLINE PUBLICATION || A collection of historical essays about the “stolen” children. English language version oraz ONLINE PUBLICATION || A collection of Polish historical essays on 'stolen' children).
Now we are handing over to you a collection of lesson scenarios for secondary schools, which can be of help to teachers who would like to introduce their students to the history of children "stolen" by the Nazi regime in occupied Poland and the post-war fate of the victims of this policy.
The scenario has been prepared especially with the Polish school in mind, but nothing stands in the way of using it, after appropriate adaptation, within the framework of non-formal education.
This publication was produced as part of the international educational project Uprooted - (Hi)Stories of Stolen Children during World War II, carried out in Poland, Germany, the Czech Republic and Ukraine, thanks to the support of the Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility and Future (EVZ) and the German Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF).