11
Jul

70th anniversary of Volhynian massacre

This year we commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Volhynian massacre - anti-Polish genocidal ethnic cleansings conducted by Ukrainian nationalists. The Volhynian massacre was one of the topics of a seminar Common Memory - fragments of presentations by Grzegorz Motyka, Piotr Tyma and Andriy Portnov below.

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04
Jul

Your mothers, your fathers - watch the debate!

We invite you to watch the video recording of the debate Your mothers, your fathers - Polish and German memories of the Second World War and its consequences. Participating in the discussion about the German series "Our mothers, our fathers" were: Professor Klaus Ziemer, Professor Jan Rydel, Dr Andreas Lawaty and Dr Robert Żurek. The discussion chairman will be Rafał Rogulski. Click here to watch the video!

27
Jun
Invitation for the exhibitoin in Wroclaw

"We shall remember / Emlékeinkben" – presentation in Wroclaw

The exhibition dedicated to Andrzej Przewoźnik will be presented in the Garrison Church of St. Elizabeth in Wrocław from 3 to 31 July 2013. The opening of the exhibition will be accompanied by special violin concert performed by Robert Bachara.

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28
Jun

Osteuropa: ‘A Penetrating Look. Communism in its Era’ („Durchschaut. Der Kommunismus in seiner Epoche”)

‘A Penetrating Look. Communism in its Era’(Durchschaut. Der Kommunismus in seiner Epoche”) is the title of the current issue of Osteuropa, published by the German Society for East European Studies (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde).

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24
Jun

European Network Remembrance and Solidarity Meeting in Slovakia

The annual meeting of scholars, politicians and social activists from eight Central-East European countries associated with European Network Remembrance and Solidarity has ended in Bratislava. The purpose of that institution is to promote international dialogue and common memory round the history of the 20th century. ENRS activities intended to propagate the diverse experiences of European nations and countries reflect the principle of solidarity as the basic, common rule of thought and action.

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