On the 24th of September in the conference hall of the library meeting and discussion of the documentary film Mumin Shakirov «the Holocaust glue for wall-paper?» older students  schools, co-Chairman of the scientific and educational Center «Holocaust», Professor RGGU Ilya Altman.

This meeting was the final in a discussion Forum of students and youth of the Rostov region on the problems of preserving the memory of the Second world war and the Holocaust, which took place on the don land of the 23rd and 24th of September. One of the reasons for such a complicated discussion was the film of the competitive program of the 35-th Moscow international film festival Director Mumin Shakirov «the Holocaust glue for wall-paper?».

In Rostov-on-don, at the don state public library and in road-transport College were heated discussions Rostov students with Ilya Altman, the author of the film mu'min Shakirov, Professor, USSR State prize winner in science and technology, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the «Holocaust remembrance» Yuri Dombrovski, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, scientific supervisor of SFEDU Vladimir Minkin about the history of the transformation of youth consciousness and instant maturing girls, who visited the death camp Auschwitz, and whether the protagonist of the film, a mirror, reflecting the psychology and consciousness of the young generation. Inhabitants of Taganrog with the film and its Director, met back in August on YII film forum «in The homeland of Anton Chekhov's».

 Already then, the film has received the support  residents of Taganrog, because of Taganrog became the first in the statistics of mass executions of Jews in the days of the occupation in the territory of Russia. And a month later, the Chekhov library once again invited the guys to look at, discuss the film about their сверстниках, and, most importantly, to answer for himself: do I have to remember the terrible facts of Nazi crimes against humanity, what I know about the Holocaust and whether to show such films me and my friends?

After watching the film, exchanging opinions, seniors agreed on one thing, that the tragedy of the Holocaust, indeed, little known to modern youth. But to talk about it in history lessons in secondary schools it is important and necessary, because it carries a strong moral component in the education of the person.