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The website: www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl was created in 2020, as a part of the project: "The Camp on Przemysłowa Street in Łódź". It is the first website, devoted entirely to the history of the camp on Przemysłowa Street in Łódź.
Here, You will find the information about the wartime and the post-war history of the camp.
The website: www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl is the first website, devoted entirely to disseminating the knowledge about the former Nazi German camp for Polish children and young people on Przemysłowa Street in Łódź. The website contains, among other things:
- an exhibition, presenting the exposition about the camp from the Memorial Chamber in the Primary School No. 81 in Łódź,
- lessons’ plans for teaching about the history of the camp,
- a record of the first discussion between theoreticians and practitioners, dealing with the history of the camp,
- a bibliography of the camp,
- a database of institutions that have collections related to the camp,
- fragments of the first – since WWII - printed memoirs: ”EEE... TAM (anyway,) there was no such a camp” - the memories of Genowefa Kowalczuk, the former child prisoner of the German Nazi camp on Przemysłowa Street in Łódź.
From the website: www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl you can go to the Virtual Museum of the camp: www.muzeumprzyprzemyslowej.pl, which presents the results of 10 years’ of activities, aimed at restoring the memory of the camp on Przemysłowa Street, conducted by Urszula Sochacka - https://muzeumprzyprzemyslowej.pl/autorka (a journalist, a TV producer, an initiator of educational projects, the author of the documentary film about the camp: ”You Musn’t be Naughty” and the book: ”EEE... TAM (anyway,) there was no such a camp” - realised in cooperation with the project partners from Poland and abroad - mainly with the Bohatererskich Dzieci Łodzi Primary School No. 81 in Łódź. In the Virtual Museum one can find, among other things, a database of institutions commemorating the children victims of the camp. The website of the Virtual Museum of the camp was realised in 2020 – as a part of the grant from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.
The WEBSITE MAP below, will enable you to navigate the site efficiently:
MAIN PAGE↓ - www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl
(redirects to 3 databases, which are also available directly, from the home page):
THE HISTORICAL DATABASE - the most important information about the history of the camp,
THE SOURCES’ DATABASE – the archives with addresses of institutions holding the collections,
THE STUDIES’ DATABASE - publications about the camp and its representations.
The Historical Database: https://www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl/baza-danych
- a text on the post-war history of the camp,
- the registration and the description of the first discussion of practitioners and theoreticians on the place of the camp's history in the public space.
We are currently working on a detailed description of the history of the camp. We will try to verify the most important data about the camp. We will try to establish/propose a name for the camp, which at the same time would be its classification and qualification for the crime committed there.
The Sources’ Database: https://www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl/baza-danych-–-zrodla
- a list of institutions and persons holding the collections concerning the camp.
The searches we have conducted, have made it possible to compile the above-mentioned list of collections. Currently, we are still working on the collections of state, social and private archives. Scattered, undescribed and often unidentified collections concerning the camp still require the work of researchers and scientists. Some of the "discoveries", which more or less deserve this name, are reported in the News. We will inform you about the latest undemanding "..." soon. We are also working on information about the latest institution, dealing with the history of the camp on Przemysłowa Street. Soon, the Museum of Polish Children from Łódź will be added to our database. At the end of September it informed about the first exhibits, concerning the camp - private persons donated 8 letters written by children-prisoners of Przemysłowa Street to the Museum.
The Studies’ Database: https://www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl/baza-opracowan
- a comprehensive bibliography of the camp.
We are successively developing a bibliography of the camp, which includes data on scientific and popular studies, press articles, internet publications, plays, films and educational projects, as well as all other forms of narration about the camp on Przemysłowa Street. On our website, soon, we will post the information about publications that appeared in the public space in 2021.
THE PROJECT DESCRIPTION - https://www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl/projekt
- the most important information about the camp on Przemysłowa Street in Łódź – the development and promotion of the website, dedicated to the memory of a little known children's camp - implemented under the programme: "THE SITES OF REMEMBRANCE AND SUSTAINABLE COMMEMORATIONS IN THE COUNTRY", co-financed by the Ministry of Culture, National Heritage and Sport - from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture - a state purpose fund, and from the donation of German scientists: Dr. Hab. Imbke Behnken ꝸ Prof. Dr. Jürgen Zinnecker.
The 2021 project is a continuation of the last year's: ”The Camp on Przemysłowa Street in Łódź”, which was co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage - from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture, and also the grant received from the budget of the City of Łódź.
THE SITE MAP - HERE YOU ARE😊
TO THE CHILDREN FROM PRZEMYSŁOWA STREET↓ - www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl
THE VIRTUAL MUSEUM OF THE CAMP - www.muzeumprzyprzemyslowej.pl
- a website presenting the results of over a dozen projects concerning the camp on Przemysłowa Street. Since 2009, Urszula Sochacka (the daughter of a former inmate of the camp, a journalist, a TV producer, an initiator of educational projects, the author of a documentary about the camp: ” You Mustn’t be Naughty” and a book: ”EEE... TAM (anyway,) there was no such a camp”, in cooperation with the project partners from Poland and abroad - mainly with the Bohaterkich Dzieci Łodzi Primary School No. 81 in Łódź. The Virtual Museum contains, among other things, a database of institutions commemorating the children victims of the camp.
THE EXHIBITION - https://www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl/wystawa
- a photographic impression, created by the sociology students of the University of Łódź and the representatives of the 2nd Generation (children of the former prisoners of the camp on Przemysłowa Street), presenting the exhibition on the subject in the Memorial Chamber of the Primary School No. 81 in Łódź.
THE LESSONS SCENARIOS - https://www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl/zobacz-propozycje
- as a part of the project: "The camp on Przemysłowa Street in Łódź" - the 6 lessons’ scenarios about the camp have been prepared. We are currently testing all the scenarios. They can be used by anyone, interested in learning more about the camp and sharing it with others.
(THE EXHIBITIONS and THE LESSONS’ SCENARIOS are also available directly from the home page).
NEWS↓ - www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl
(also, available directly from the homepage)
THE HOME PAGE
- presents the first printed memoirs of a former inmate of the camp on Przemysłowa Street since the World War II: ”EEE... TAM (anyway,) there was no such a camp”
- the memoirs of Genowefa Kowalczuk
(the excerpts from the book, both: in Polish and English, can be found in the NEWS, and the description of the book, its promotion in Łódź, and projects devoted to it in the Virtual Museum of the camp),
- here, we provide information about the most current and important results of our activities. At the present moment, you can find there:
- the post-competition exhibition of the entries for the guide of the former camp and the logo of the website: www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl,
- an account of the discussion on the name of the camp and its classification,
- an invitation to participate in the action: "The Reading of Gienia’s", during which the excerpts from the memoirs of Genowefa Kowalczuk (the 13-year-old Gienia in the camp), published by us in 2019 (in Polish), and excerpts from the planned publication in English are being read,
- a package of information concerning the petition, submitted by our Association to the City of Łódź’s authorities, for the proper place of the history of the camp on Przemysłowa Street on the city's remembrance map.
Kontakt - https://www.obozprzyprzemyslowej.pl