Code Viking 1942-2021

In cooperation with the Center for Public History in Belgrade and the War and Peace Museum। Narviksenteret in Narvik, and with the support of the German Federal Foreign Office and the EVZ Foundation “Remembrance Responsibility Future” (in the funding program “young people remember”), Vajswerk in Berlin organized the research project “Code Viking 1942-2021”.

Starting – in the pandemic – with online meetings on a national and international level, in the summer of 2021 young people from Serbia, Germany and Norway set out themselves: to find out the story of the forced laborers who were deported from German-occupied Serbia to German-occupied Norway starting in the summer of 1942.

The journey from Belgrade to Berlin was overshadowed in the process by a serious bus accident; but finally there are films from Belgrade and Narvik with which the project can reach its conclusion – you will find it HERE.


Online-Archiv des Recherche-Theater-Projekts BLODVEGER

Deutsch-norwegisch-schwedisch-russisch-serbisches Recherche-Theater-Projekt über sowjetische und jugoslawische Zwangsarbeiter im deutsch-besetzten Norwegen während des Zweiten Weltkriegs.

Online-Arkiv for forsknings-teater-prosjektet BLODVEGER

Et tysk-norsk-svensk-russisk-serbisk forskningsteaterprosjekt om sovjetiske og jugoslaviske tvangsarbeidere i det tyskokkuperte Norge under andre verdenskrig.

Театр проекта исследования ДОРОГА КРОВИ

Немецко-норвежско-шведско-русско-сербский театрально-исследовательский проект о советских и
югославских принудительных работниках в Норвегии во время немецкой оккупации.

Onlajn-Ahiva istraživačko pozorišnog projekta KRVAVI PUTEVI

Nemačko-norveško-švedsko-rusko-srpski projekat istraživačkog pozorišta o sovjetskim i jugoslovenskim prinudnim radnicima u Norveškoj, pod nemačkom opsadom za vreme Drugog svetskog rata.

Online-Archive for the Research- theatre- project BLOOD ROADS

German-Norwegian-Swedish-Russian-Serbian Research Theatre Project on Soviet and Yugoslav forced labourers in German-occupied Norway during the Second World War.