Go through our publications! At ENRS, we want to create a forum for exchange of opinions between historians, social studies scholars, and representatives of other disciplines engaged in memory studies. One of the ways of achieving this goal is by publishing our own annual journal "Remembrance and Solidarity Studies", as well as supporting external publications focused on remembrance and history of the 20th century in Europe.

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1989 – The Autumn of Nations

2021
language: English
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When in 1989 the communist system tumbled, the whole world was astounded. Since the onset of the Round Table talks in Poland in February until the execution of Elena and Nicolae Ceauşescu in December, Central and Eastern Europe underwent a tempestuous yet relatively non-bloody process of breaking free from the communist regime. Today, thirty years down the road, the perspective seems distant enough to attempt comparative studies without being too emotional.

Authors: Adam Burakowski, Aleksander Gubrynowicz, Paweł Ukielski

Publishers: Natolin European Centre, European Network Remembrance and Solidarity

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Łukasz Kamiński

No to disinformation! - Guide

2021
language: English
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What are ‘memory wars’?

How can you distinguish the difference between the truth about the past and historical fake news?

How can you not be manipulated?

With our guide, you do not have to be a history professor to recognize fake news or manipulations relating to the past.

Say no to disinformation!


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Łukasz Kamiński

Nie dla dezinformacji! - Poradnik

2021
language: Polish
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What are 'memory wars'?

How can you distinguish the difference between the truth about the past and historical fake news?

How can you not be manipulated?

With our guide, you do not have to be a history professor to recognize fake news or manipulations relating to the past.

Say no to disinformation!

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Between Life and Death. Catalogue in Japanese

2020
language: Japanese
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The catalogue of the exhibition 'Between Life and Death. Stories of Rescue during the Holocaust' in Japanese.
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Zwischen Leben und Tod. Austellungskatalog [DE]

2020
language: German
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  • Holocaust
  • Second World War
  • Between Life and Death
The catalogue of the exhibition 'Between Life and Death. Stories of Rescue during the Holocaust' in German.
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After the Great War. Exhibition Catalogue [PL]

2020
language: Polish
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  • First World War
  • after the great war
The ENRS has the pleasure to present the on-line version of the "After the Great War. A New Europe 1918-1923" exhibition catalogue. The outdoor travelling display tells the story of the turbulent first years after the First World War.
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Totalitaryzm w epoce posmodernizmu.

2020
language: Polish
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This publication is a summary of the authors' research commissioned by ENRS, which, in connection with its academic and educational activities, asked a group of scientists: what is worth learning about contemporary youth to create a reliable diagnosis of potentially dangerous attitudes or beliefs? The knowledge gained in this way is to help "vaccinate" young people against totalitarian inclinations.

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Between Life and Death. Exhibition catalogue [EN]

2020
language: English
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  • Holocaust
  • Between Life and Death
The publication presents the 2020 catalogue of the exhibition 'Between Life and Death. Stories of Rescue during the Holocaust.'
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Multiple authors

After the Great War. Exhibition Catalogue

2019
language: English
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  • First World War
  • interwar
  • after the great war
The ENRS has the pleasure to present the on-line version of the "After the Great War. A New Europe 1918-1923" exhibition catalogue. The outdoor travelling display tells the story of the turbulent first years after the First World War.
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Akteur im Stillen. Enno Meyer und die Aussöhnung mit Polen und Juden

2019
language: German
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  • Enno Meyer

The volume reflects on the Oldenburg intellectual Enno Meyer (1913–1996). Scientists, companions, former students and family members provide information about the work and biographical background of the teacher, who became the "Spiritus Rector" of the German-Polish Textbook Talks and led efforts to educate on the discrimination and extermination of Jews in the region of Oldenburg.

In addition to his early imprints in the small-town milieu of Oldenburg and the German-national youth and student unions of the 1920s and early 1930s, the volume also covers his drastic experiences as a soldier in the Second World War. The period after 1945 was a cautious recommencement for Meyer. As a history teacher, he dealt from then on intensively with the German-Polish and the German-Jewish relationships, bringing awareness of the crimes committed during the Nazi period to his students and readers.

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Central and Eastern Europe after the First World War

2018
language: English
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  • First World War
  • Central Europe
  • Eastern Europe
  • interwar

Magazines of European Network Remembrance and Solidarity. Volume 9.

In the early years following the First World War (1918–1923), political, military, cultural, social and economic developments consolidated to a high degree in Eastern Europe. The volume focuses, on one hand, on the efforts to establish an international structure for peace and to set previously oppressed nations on the road to emancipation. On the other hand, it sheds light on political revisionism and territorial claims, as well as political violence that was effectively a continuation of the war in many places, albeit under modified conditions.

Edited by Piotr Juszkiewicz, Burkhard Olschowsky, Jan Rydel, Tobias Weger.

Photo of the publication Remembrance and Solidarity Studies in 20th Century European History. Issue no. 6. Violence in 20th-century European History
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Remembrance and Solidarity Studies in 20th Century European History. Issue no. 6. Violence in 20th-century European History

2018
language: English
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  • violence

The issue is devoted to the diverse aspects of violence in 20th-century European history. It features two distinct contribution categories: studies and essays. The research papers showcase the complexity and multiple perspectives from which the phenomenon of violence can be studied. The second category is the synthesis of the most important lectures presented at the European Remembrance Symposium, 'Violence in 20th-century European history: commemorating, documenting, educating', Brussels, 2017.

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Totalitarianism in the Postmodern Age. A Summary of the Report

2018
language: English
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Publication is the summary of main findings and conclusions of research on the young people, carried out by academics and researchers of the Cardinal Stefań Wyszyński University (UKSW) in Warsaw for the ENRS. Authors: Piotr Mazurkiewicz, Michał Gierych, Krzysztof Wielicki, Mariusz Sulkowski, Marcin Zarzecki.
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Totalitaryzm w epoce postmodernizmu

2018
language: Polish
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A report on the findings and conclusions of research on the young people, carried out by academics and researchers of the Cardinal Stefań Wyszyński University (UKSW) in Warsaw for the ENRS. Authors: Piotr Mazurkiewicz, Michał Gierych, Krzysztof Wielicki, Mariusz Sulkowski, Marcin Zarzecki.
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Enno Meyer: Leben und Wirken

2017
language: German
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  • Enno Meyer
  • European Personalities of the 20th Century

The following five articles in German arose from the workshop and provide insight into Meyer’s life and career, his work in schools and his commitment to German-Polish understanding. They also describe the influences on him, and how he in turn influenced and inspired others. We hope that the portrayal a richly varied life given here will help shine new light on an honourable personality.

A more extended volume, with additional contributions on the life and work of Enno Meyers, will appear in 2019 due course in the BKGE series published by DeGruyter.

An English version of the publication is also available on-line.

Contents:

Burkhard Olschowsky: Enno Meyer – Lebensstationen

Krzysztof Ruchniewicz: Ein Wegbereiter der Verständigung

Wolfgang Jacobmeyer: Ohne Enno Meyer hätte es keine deutsch-polnischen Schulbuchgespräche gegeben

Thomas Strobel: Die Bedeutung Enno Meyers für die Gemeinsame Deutsch-Polnische Schulbuchkommission

Burkhard Olschowsky: Enno Meyer in der Erinnerung von Kollegen