The Emotional Climate in Poland in the 80s: A New Perspective on the Social History of The Polish People’s Republic
    The European Network Remembrance and Solidarity
    Remembrance and Solidarity Studies
    The Great War and Its Consequences from a Swedish Perspective
    The Hungarian Chapter of a Bratislava Reader
    The Memory of Communist Crimes: The “House of Terror” and the Central Cemetery
    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 Murder of Armenians – Armenocide – Genocide – Genocide Prevention: Aspects of Political and Historical Comparative Genocide Studies
    The Opposition Movement in Slovakia in the Period of Normalisation
    The Polish Pro-Independence Diaspora in the West in the Face of the Political Breakthrough of 1989
    The Possibility of Remembering economic Crisis
    The Solidarity Movement – Freedom for Europe
    The Two Sides of Regime Change – the Hungarian Experience
    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
    To whom does Auschwitz „belong?”
    Truncheons in the display case
    Turning Points in the History of War: Criteria for the Meaning of Violence in the Great War of 1914–1918
    Ukrainian Lviv since 1991 – a city of selective memories

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