25 years of freedom, that is a journey from a periphery to a periphery
    Apology – All is Relative. Stories of Acknowledgment, Hesitation and Denial after Communism
    Between Authoritarian Selflegitimation and Democratic Opposition. The Variety of Hungarian Reactions to the Rise of Solidarity and Polish Crisis of 1980-81
    Enno Meyer
    From Absence to Loss: Holocaust Commemoration in Present-day Poland
    Manor houses and decrees
    Passing the Torch, despite Bananas. The Twentieth‑Anniversary Commemorations of 1989 in Central Europe
    Personalization of the Memory of Holocaust Victims in Polish Cinema and Museum Exhibitions after 1989
    Relations between the Federal Republic of Germany and the Peoples’ Republic of Poland in View of the Political Changes at the End of the 1980s
    The Consequence of the System Transformation of 1989 in Poland
    The Emotional Climate in Poland in the 80s: A New Perspective on the Social History of The Polish People’s Republic
    The Military Cemetery as a Form of the Cult of the Fallen Soldier: The History of the Idea and Its Destruction on the Example of Austro-Hungarian Cemeteries in “Russian Poland”
    The Polish Pro-Independence Diaspora in the West in the Face of the Political Breakthrough of 1989
    The Solidarity Movement – Freedom for Europe
    The Year 1989 – The End of Communism in Poland
    Unprosecuted Crimes
    Unread files
    Warsaw Uprising in the Consciousness of Poles. Warsaw Rising Museum as a Place of Remembrance.
    Warsaw’s Forgotten War
    Wrocław – Identities and cultural memory
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