About After the Great War. A New Europe 1918-1923
The First World War completely changed East-Central Europe. Upon the ruins of four old empires, a dozen or so new countries appeared and almost all borders were redrawn, often in course of continued military conflicts, which lasted even until 1923. After having suffered very high losses, the region started rebuilding and modernising efforts. A New Europe was established.
The new outdoor travelling exhibition created by the ENRS focuses on these turbulent years. Over 200 archive and multimedia materials – pictures, maps and films together with individual stories of people who lived back in these times – present a complex yet coherent picture of New Europe established in Central-East part of the continent after the Great War.
The exhibition tackles an important event a century later and makes the case for why it is important for understanding not only Second World War but also East-Central Europe today.
Prof. Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett Consultant of the exhibition
The exhibition tells a story about the creation of a new political order. The contrast between the old and the new is built thanks to the use of two materials - rigid steel contrasts with a light, bright fabric.
Andrzej Jaworski Jaz Plus Architekci - designers of the exhibition
Here you can download our educational brochure featuring a task-oriented tour of the exhibition in two versions – for print (color or black & white) and for mobile devices.
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'History Lessons About New Europe: Wars With Bolshevik Russia'
The pack consists of four lesson plans, numerous teaching materials and primary sources.
Pobierz materiały (PDF)
Bartosz Dziewanowski-Stefańczyk, PhD
Researcher and deputy head of Academic Section at the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity. He studied history at the Warsaw University and at Albert-Ludwigs University in Freiburg, as well as international relations at the Warsaw School of Economics. He received his PhD degree (2013) from the History Institute of the Warsaw University. Dziewanowski-Stefańczyk completed internships at the Polish embassies in Washington and Berlin. Later worked for Royal Danish Embassy in Warsaw, for the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and for the Center for Historical Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Berlin (2012-2015). He was also scientific secretary of the Polish-German Textbook Commission (2012-2016) and worked as a secretary of the Polish-German History Textbook. He specializes in Polish-German relations and memory politics. At the ENRS he is a curator of an international exhibition “After the Great War. A New Europe 1918-1923” and is conducting research on Polish foreign politics of memory in the 20th century.
Robert Żurek, PhD
Robert Żurek studied History and Catholic Theology at the Freie Universität in Berlin. He received his PhD degree from Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg. He was a fellow at the German Historical Institute in Warsaw, deputy director of the Historical Research Center of Polish Academy of Sciences in Berlin, and the director of the Wrocław Delegation of the Institute of National Remembrance in Poland. Currently he is a board member of the Krzyzowa Foundation. He has written numerous scientific and educational publications, with a special emphasis put on the 20th-century Polish-German relations. His other projects include an exhibition about the role of Catholic Church played in Polish-German reconciliation, as well as a film documentary and a radio play dedicated to different aspects of Polish-German relations.
Dr Ewelina Szpak (ENRS), Antoni Zakrzewski (ENRS)
Dr Florin Abraham, Dr Rasa Balockaite, Dr Oksana Dudko, Toomas Hiio, Dr Aliaksei Lastouski, Prof. Diana Mishkova, Dr Burkhard Olschowsky, Dr Andi Pinari, Dr Aldis Purs, Dr Emilia Salvanou, Dr Tuomas Tepora, Dr Oldřich Tůma, Prof. Matthias Weber, Dr Tobias Weger, Prof. Amra Čusto
Prof. Andrzej Chwalba, Prof. Robert Gerwarth, Prof. Piotr Juszkiewicz, Prof. Dušan Kováč, Prof. Jan Rydel, Prof. Marcela Salagean, Prof. Arnold Suppan, Prof. László Szarka, Prof. Jay M. Winter
Prof. Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, Prof. Andrzej Nowak
With the support of:
Aniko Katona, Dr Zdenko Maršálek, Stefan Schubert, Ruta Valaityte, Madeleine Hartmann
Academic Council of the ENRS:
Prof. Attila Pók, Prof. Peter Haslinger, Prof. Constantin Hlihor, Viliam Jablonický, Prof. Csaba Gy. Kiss, Prof. Róbert Letz, Prof. Andrzej Nowak, Prof. Dariusz Stola, Acad. Răzvan Theodorescu, Prof. Stefan Troebst, Dr Oldřich Tůma
Exhibition Coordinator: Ewelina Pękała, Anna Wachowiak
ENRS Team, mainly:
Rafał Rogulski - Director of the ENRS, Małgorzata Feusette-Czyżewska, Gábor Danyi, Marek Dąbkowski, Beata Drzazga, Weronika Kann, Joanna Orłoś-Supeł, Iga Raczyńska, Maria-Philippa Wieckowski
Exhibition administration and logistics: