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CHIBOW early stage researcher gains valuable insight working with prominent Oral Historian

Oskars Gruziņš (an early stage researcher (ESR) of CHIBOW (Children Born of War – Past, Present and Future), recently traveled to Lestene and Kuldīga with prominent Latvian oral historian Andrejs Feldmanis to learn more about the process of collecting oral history testimonies in Latvia. Andrejs has worked extensively as a director, cameraman, and manager of the Audio-Visual Collections of the Occupation Museum of Latvia, and helped collect up to 1,500 video testimonies during his career. Andrejs and Oskars traveled to the Kurzeme region of Latvia. At the Lesten Cemetery of the Brethren where they filmed the ceremonial reburial of the remains of 236 Latvian Legionnaires brought home from Russ

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