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It has has been created in the context of the virtual online course “Public History: Re/Constructions of the Past in Jerusalem and Munich” jointly taught during the winter semester / semester aleph 2020/21 at LMU Munich and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem by Dr. Kim Wünschmann and Dr. Lina Nikou.
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