1948 — Augsburg and Bremen

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  1. Rüdiger Ritter says:

    Hello,
    herewith, I want to ask for permission for the use of material from your page in our exhibition.

    At Jacobs University Bremen, Bremen, Germany, we actually are working on an exhibition project about the history of the university campus. The buildings which form today Jacobs University from 1947 until 1952 were used as Displaced Persons Camp called Camp Grohn.

    Since the beginning of that year, we started research and work in order to open an exhibition about this history of the building complex in the end of 2021. The exhibition actually is prepared in two seminars with students under my supervision (see https://www.bing.com/search?q=an+exhibition+created+by+students&cvid=a223bc4930b940febd56f0c885275f7b&aqs=edge.0.69i59j69i61j69i57j0l4.4691j0j4&pglt=545&FORM=ANAB01&PC=HCTS). We plan the opening for December 2021. The exhibition will be both physical and virtual. In a concrete room at Jacobs university we present a panel exhibition, additionally we work with AR and VR formats in order to make the exhibition accessible also for visitors abroad. Additionally, we will work on an exhibition catalogue.

    Searching the internet, I came across to your page., We would like to include the emigration story presented there in our exhibition. Can we get a high-resolution scan of the photographs? Are there other photographs or documents (letters, passports) or even items (personal belongings) related to Camp Grohn? Please tell us the conditions, eventually applying fees and the necessary quotation of your material in our exhibition.

    With many thanks in advance, hoping for a positive reply and with best greetings
    Rüdiger Ritter

    PD Dr. Rüdiger Ritter
    Jacobs University Bremen
    Lecturer
    Rasenweg 18
    27580 Bremerhaven
    Te.: +49 152 27564916
    RRitter@gmx.de

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