In public debates the input of historians seems to play a subordinate role. Instead, the contemporary witnesses are more important, because they are those who can talk about "what it was really like".
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Togetherness and differentiation are key concepts in inclusive education. How can they be applied to history teaching, while considering at the same time the specifics of the subjects?
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