Preserving the past: How MediaLab Glagol turned a notorious POW camp into an award-winning virtual museum

A couple of years ago MediaLab Glagol – an association in Belarus tackling social, environmental, historical and culturally significant projects – was faced with a conundrum. One of the most important WWII sites in Minsk, the notorious Stalag 352 Nazi prisoner-of-war (POW) camp, was being destroyed by vandals and all efforts to turn it into a memorial complex had failed.

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