This presentation will discuss the WARLUX project, a crowdsourcing campaign aimed at collecting and preserving personal war letters and documents from Luxembourg during WWII. The presentation will cover the goals of the project, the participatory aspect of working with volunteers and participants, as well as the post-processing and implementation of the collected data. The presentation will also highlight the challenges and ethical considerations. Additionally, the benefits of the project for both researchers and participants will be explored, including obtaining unique information and recognition for personal stories.
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