Between Authoritarian Selflegitimation and Democratic Opposition. The Variety of Hungarian Reactions to the Rise of Solidarity and Polish Crisis of 1980-81
    Collective reckoning with the past – the European Network „Remembrance and Solidarity”
    Communism and its crimes – overcoming history’s dialectics
    Divided memory: European sites of memory as political and cultural phenomenon
    Katyn in the memory of Europeans
    Lwów as a Polish Place of Remembrance
    On the Topic of the Conference “Sites of Memory in Central Europe – Experiences of the Past and Perspectives”
    Perceptions of Nazi Crimes in the Federal Republic of Germany and Western Europe
    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
    Review: The Stockholm “Solidarity” Memoirs
    Russia redefines history
    The Dispute about the Legacy of the “Prague Spring”
    The European Network Remembrance and Solidarity
    Remembrance and Solidarity Studies
    The Hungarian Chapter of a Bratislava Reader
    The Memory of Communist Crimes: The “House of Terror” and the Central Cemetery
    The Solidarity Movement – Freedom for Europe
    The Ukrainian Famine of 1932-1933
    The Year 1956 – A Watershed in Central European History
    The Year 1989 – A European Repository of Memory
    The Year 1989 – The End of Communism in Poland

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