The Second World War, and in particular the German occupation, left a deep-seated mark on Luxembourg society. It was an era of great turmoil which, far from marking a parenthesis in history, was not limited to war narratives or atrocities committed by man against man. Today, as the witnesses depart this world, it is more important than ever to convey these memories to young people in our communities who, all too often, fall prey to ‘material values’.
Therefore, POST Luxembourg, together with the Centre for Documentation and Research on Forced Enrolment, the Ministry of National Education, Childhood and Youth and the Ministry of Culture, took the initiative with this project, which is designed to pay tribute to the victims who perished in this unprecedented conflict.
|Drawings:||Philippe Konsbrück : La Shoah (L)
Kelly Marques, LTAM : 70 Joer Enn vum Zweete Weltkrich (L)
Stéphanie Uhres : L’enrôlement forcé (L)
Nathalie Noé Adam : Le courage civil (L)
Corinne Goetz : La terreur (L)
Stéphane Pekala Colles, LTAM : La Résistance (L)
|Price of the block:||€3,60|
|Layout:||Lex & Pit Weyer (L)|
|Printing:||Multicoloured high resolution offset by Bpost Stamps Factory, Malines (B)|
|Dimensions of the block:||125 x 90 mm|