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
    Ukraiński L’viv od 1991 r. – miasto wybiórczej pamięci
    Ukrajinský Ľvov od roku 1991 – mesto selektívnych spomienok
    Unemployment in Interwar Cracow and the Great Economic Crisis: Conditions, Consequences and Counteraction
    Unprosecuted Crimes
    Unread files
    Varšavské povstanie vo vedomí Poliakov. Múzeum Varšavského povstania ako miesto pamäti
    Verbindendes Gedächtnis im 20. Jahrhundert? Das „Europäische Netzwerk Erinnerung und Solidarität“ und die Brüche in der Erinnerungslandschaft des alten Kontinents
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