Why are the most memorable stories about the past so often untrue? Fact and fiction are not easily told apart, and when we imagine history our best guides are often novelists like Tolstoy or Jane Austen.
On Sunday 21st of November, the House of European History invites you to take part in a range of activities! Come and travel through time or join our futuristic lab to make amazing 3D creations. And if you’re not up to the challenge of designing a 3D object, you can still get your hands messy by making clay models to take home! Messy or clean hands, the choice is up to you.
Refugees have permeated European history, and the receiving states and societies have almost always profited from taking them in. The talk analyses at first the major causes of mass flight and the often traumatic experiences on the lengthy routes of flight.