1. First approach to the topic: “Minorities in Cologne-Porz (1870-2009)”

            1.01    Foreword
            1.02    Cologne-Porz: a place and centre of living for minorities
                       throughout the centuries
            1.03    Historical sources: the City Archive of Porz

2. Jewish neighbours in Porz (1870-1945)

            2.1       The Jewish community in Porz

            2.1.01.  First steps towards integration:
                        The French Revolution and the Jews in Porz
            2.1.02.  The Jews in the Porz area since the beginning of the 19th century
            2.1.03   The synagogue in Mühlheim and the special synagogue
                        community in Zündorf
            2.1.04   The development of a special synagogue community in Zündorf
            2.1.05   The construction of the synagogue in Zündorf
            2.1.06   The synagogue community in Zündorf becomes independent
            2.1.07   Jewish businesses as an engine of the economy in Porz
            2.1.08   The construction of the graveyard in Zündorf
            2.1.09   The economic crisis and antisemite tendencies
            2.1.10   The persecution of the Jewish population by Nationalsocialists
            2.1.11   Dissolving the Jewish synagogue community in Zündorf
                        and selling off the Jewish graveyard
            2.1.12   Post World War II: Remains of Jewish life in Zündorf

            2.2       The Jewish Cemetery

            2.2.01   The location of the Jewish graveyard in Porz-Zündorf
            2.2.02   The Jewish graveyard as a historical monument
            2.2.03   The fencing of the Jewish graveyard
            2.2.04   The size of the graveyard
            2.2.05   The arrangement of the burial ground
            2.2.06   The amount of recognizable graves
            2.2.07   Looking for hidden graves
            2.2.08   The condition of the gravestones
            2.2.09   The inscriptions on the gravestones
            2.2.10   Traces of visitors to the graves
            2.2.11   Desecration of the graves
            2.2.12   The cemetery and its owners

            2.3       The synagogue in Zündorf

            2.3.01   The synagogue of Zündorf

            2.4        Remains of Jewish life in Porz

            2.4.01   The extinction of Jewish community life in Porz-Zündorf
            2.4.02   Victims of the Holocaust
            2.4.03   Yad Vashem: Conmemorating and remembering

        3. African prisoners of war and soldiers of the occupying army
            in Porz (1918-1937): “Rhinearea bastards” (hybrids)

            3.1        The colonial encounter

3.1.01   African prisoners of war in Porz (1914-1918)
            3.1.02   African occupation soldiers in Porz (1920-1926)
            3.1.03   Creating a masterrace – laws to prevent the birth of
                         "degenerated" children (July, 14th, 1933)

            3.1.04   Sterilizing  of the “Rhineland bastards” (1937)

        4. Foreign labourers and forced foreign labourers in Porz (1939-1945)

            4.1.01    Forced foreign labour and forced foreign labour in Porz during
                         World War II – an overview
            4.1.02    Factories and companies employing forced foreign labourers
                         in Porz
            4.1.03    A case study – Forced foreign labour at the Aero Stahl
            4.1.04    Forced foreign labour at the SA camp "Am Hochkreuz"
            4.1.05    Transitional stage for Forced foreign labourers – the
                         exhibition halls in Deutz
            4.1.06    The hospital-camp “Gremberger Wäldchen”
            4.1.07    Russian forced foreign labourers and prisoners of war in Porz
                         and the Hoffnungsthal camp
            4.1.08    The living conditions of the forced foreign labourers
            4.1.09    NS crimes against the forced foreign labourers –
                         “the Kasimir Troc case”

        5. The Belgian occupying army in Porz (1951-2004)

  5.1.01    The occupation of Wahner Heide through the Belgian armed
            5.1.02    The population of Porz and the Belgian occupying troops
            5.1.03    The withdrawl of the Belgian armed forces –
                         looking for remains

      6. Migrants in Porz (1945 – today)

       6.2.00    Finkenberg - From a building show case to a case for


            6.2.01    The position of the redevelopment area "Finkenberg"
            6.2.02    The building plans for the redevelopment area
            6.2.03    The development to a redevelopment area 

                         Measures to an improvement of living, area of living
                         and infrastructure

            6.3.01    Starter measures and their realization

                         Measures to improve of the social situation

            6.3.02    Starter measures  
            6.3.03    Concrete plans
            6.3.04    Measures for an improvement of the social situation : realization 
            6.3.05    Social offers for help 
            6.3.06    Offers for older people  
            6.3.07    Religion communities in Finkenberg 
            6.3.08    Future after the redevelopment


        1. Interviews

            1.01  Interview with the contemporaty Josef Nolte

2. Experience

            2.01  General experience doing the research
            2.02  Cooperation with witnesses and experts
            2.03  The importance of keeping memory today –
                    Students’ impressions and experiences
            2.04  Our workshop in Altenberg

       3. Summing up the results of the reserach – Minorities and
           integration in Porz – Illusion and reality

            3.01  The Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations
                    and the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union
            3.02  The preamble of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European

            3.03  The systematic structure of the Charter of Fundamental Rights
            3.04  Violation of dignity
            3.05  Violation of freedom
            3.06  Violation of equality
            3.07  Violation of solidarity
            3.08  Violation of Citizen's Rights
            3.09  Violation of justice

            3.10  Conclusion