In 2014, an exhibition devoted to Islam in Brandenburg and Prussia was held at the Brandenburg-Preußen Museum in Wustrau, in the vicinity of Berlin. The exhibition was accompanied by a series of lectures, presentations, and workshops. Since 2017, the exhibition has been presented outside Germany, including in Kazan, the capital city of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russian Federation, where it arouses considerable interest. Among the many interesting objects, personal belongings of Tatar POWs who were caught by the Germans during the First World War have proved particularly attractive. A scientific conference on the traces of Tatars in Germany, covering archival resources and collective memory issues, has been another accompanying event.