All rooms are equipped with an overhead projector
Rooms C, D, E, F, G and H (H only on Saturday): slide projector (framed slides, carrousel. There are extra carrousels available to set up your presentation in advance)
Rooms C, D, M, N, O, U and Committee Room 2: beamer to connect your laptop. You have to bring you own laptop. (If you want to use your Apple notebook, please contact us, as it may be incompatible.)
Rooms C, T and U: VCR
|Dina Pronichevaís Story of Surviving the Babi Yar Massacre in German, Jewish, Soviet, Russian, and Ukrainian Records|
|The largest single Nazi shooting of Jews in the Soviet Union occurred on September 29 and 30, 1941, on the western outskirts of Kiev in a large ravine known as Babi Yar. After the war, the Communist Party of the Soviet Union prohibited serious study of this event, as of the Jewish Holocaust in general.
The presentation explores the testimonies of Dina Pronicheva (1911-1977), one of the handful of survivors of the Babi Yar massacre, and the only one of those few to go on record with her story not once or twice, but more than ten times. Whereas some of these accounts, given over decades, were published, others until recently remained classified. A close reading and comparison of the various texts offers an opportunity to assess this Soviet citizenís story and also allows us to evaluate the approach of those who wrote down her words.