Google’s ‘Cultural Institute’ Lets Users Interact With 42 Moments In History

Google’s ‘Cultural Institute’ Lets Users Interact With 42 Moments In History
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The website features narratives that link the archive material together to unlock the different perspectives and tales behind historical events.

Emma Hutchings
  • 11 october 2012

Google’s Cultural Institute, which aims to help preserve and promote culture online, has added 42 new historical exhibitions. They tell the stories behind major events like Apartheid, D-Day, and the Holocaust, and have been created by 17 partners including museums and cultural foundations. They include archives of letters, manuscripts, and first-hand video testimonials.

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