23 August: The Genesis of a Euroatlantic Day of Remembrance
    Anne and Eva: Two Diaries, Two Holocaust Memories in Communist Hungary
    Construction of Identity in Romania in Relation to its Past: the Case of the Shoah in History Textbooks in Secondary Education
    From Absence to Loss: Holocaust Commemoration in Present-day Poland
    Gerhard Richter: ‘Post-remembering’ the Holocaust in German Contemporary Art
    Holocaust Memorials in Central and Eastern Europe: Communist Legacies, Transnational Influences and National Developments
    Holocaust Memory and the Logic of Comparison
    Personalization of the Memory of Holocaust Victims in Polish Cinema and Museum Exhibitions after 1989
    Popular Awareness and Ill‑intent or Passivity of those in Power : Memory of the Holocaust in Russia and Ukraine in the 21st Century
    Resolving the ‘Jewish Question’ in Púchov District of Slovakia (1939–45)
    Review: Elisabeth Kübler, European politics of memory. The Council of Europe and the remembrance of the Holocaust
    Stealth Altruism: Reflections on a Neglected Aspect of the Holocaust
    The National Socialist ‘National Community ’ in the ‘Foreign German Community ’ through the Example of Transylvanian Saxons and their National Church
    The Organization of the Jewish Refugees in Italy: Cultural Activities and Zionist Propaganda inside the Displaced Persons Camps (1943–48)
    Work-in-progress Report: Research Project – the Economic Plundering of the Jewish Population in Wurttemberg and Hohenzollern
    ‘Purchasing and bringing food into the ghetto is forbidden’: Ways of Survival as Revealed in the Files of the Ghetto Courts and Police in Lithuania , 1941–44
    ‘The spirit of the time left its stamp on these works ’: Writing the History of the Shoah at the Jewish Historical Institute in Stalinist Poland
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