Browse our videos! Here you can find recordings from our events, including the European Remembrance Symposia and Genealogies of Memory conferences, video summaries of our educational youth projects, as well as Hi-story lessons animations for teachers and pupils.

Photo of the publication After the Great War. A New Europe 1918–1923 – a new map of Europe

"After the Great War. A New Europe 1918–1923" – a new map of Europe

language: English
subtitles: EN
duration: 0:40

After the Great War, a number of countries emerged or regained their independence, mainly in East-Central Europe, among others: Czechoslovakia, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. The only countries created in Western Europe were Ireland and the Kingdom of Iceland.

language: English
subtitles: EN
duration: 0:40
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"After the Great War. A New Europe 1918-1923" exhibition – an invitation from Prof. Jay Winter

language: English
subtitles: PL HR FR DE
duration: 00:04:22
See Prof. Jay Winter from Yale University, a member of the Academic Council of the exhibition, sharing his personal reflections on this unusual outdoor display dedicated to an extremely important, yet often overlooked period in the XX century history of Europe and the world. The footage was shot during the presentation at the French town of Verdun, one of the most important historical sites related to the First World War, in August 2019. The exhibition has been worked out as a result of discussions between historians and experts from many countries. The aim of the project is to allow the visitors to learn about the variety of perspectives, experiences and attitudes in regard to the aftermath of the First World War and the emergence of the new order. More information about the exhibition you will find here: https://enrs.eu/afterthegreatwar
language: English
subtitles: PL HR FR DE
duration: 00:04:22
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Hi-Story Lessons: the Marshall Plan

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 00:05:31

written by Prof. Wojciech Roszkowski, edited by Prof. Peer Vries and Dr Nathan Marcus

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 00:05:31
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Hi-Story Lessons: The Russian Revolution

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 00:05:15

Written by written by Prof. Wojciech Roszkowski, Prof. Andrzej Nowak, edited by Dr Nathan Marcus.

The video is available in 7 language versions (English, Czech, German, Hungarian, Polish, Romanian, and Slovak) free of charge, within the framework of Open Educational Resources.

The animation is a part of a bigger project called ‘Hi-story lessons. Teaching & learning about 20th-century European history’.

Creation of the animation would not be possible if not for the financial support of the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media (BKM), as well as contributions of the following partners: the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, Poland; the Ministry of Human Capacities, Hungary; the Slovak Institute of National Remembrance; the European Association of History Educators EUROCLIO, the Netherlands; Post Bellum, Czech Republic; the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Mihálya Fazekasa Elementary and Junior High School, Hungary.

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 00:05:15
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Hi-Story Lessons: Year 1968

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 00:05:25

Written by Prof. Wojciech Roszkowski, edited by Prof. Jan Rydel, dr Oldřich Tůma

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 00:05:25
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9th European Remembrance Symposium: Day 3 (28.10.2021)

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 4:22:24

Programme of Day 3 of the 9th European Remembrance Symposium

01:10 Third panel discussion. Struggles with the past: memory and politics
02:04:42 Round table discussion. The future of European historical debates
03:55:28 Closing remarks

9th edition of the European Remembrance Symposiumm titled ‘Memory and Identity in Europe: Presence and Future’ aims at reflecting on the role of 20th-century history and historical memory in contemporary European identity. Does the history of the last century unite or divide Europeans? What role in building the identity of the inhabitants of the continent does the memory of the past play today? Is a common, European culture of remembrance even possible?

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 4:22:24
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9th European Remembrance Symposium: Day 2 (27.10.2021)

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 6:23:12

Programme of Day 2 of the 9th European Remembrance Symposium

2:32 First panel discussion. Remembrance in action: everyday challenges and recommendations for the future
2:27:22 Case studies. Project practices
4:27:24 Second panel discussion. 1989 revisited

9th edition of the European Remembrance Symposiumm titled ‘Memory and Identity in Europe: Presence and Future’ aims at reflecting on the role of 20th-century history and historical memory in contemporary European identity. Does the history of the last century unite or divide Europeans? What role in building the identity of the inhabitants of the continent does the memory of the past play today? Is a common, European culture of remembrance even possible?

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 6:23:12
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9th European Remembrance Symposium: Day 1 (26.10.2021)

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 2:43:51

Programme of Day 1 of the 9th European Remembrance Symposium

00:15 Welcome speeches
26:20 Opening session. European identity today: historical roots and present debates
2:07:57 Turbo presentations

9th edition of the European Remembrance Symposium titled ‘Memory and Identity in Europe: Presence and Future’ aims at reflecting on the role of 20th-century history and historical memory in contemporary European identity. Does the history of the last century unite or divide Europeans? What role in building the identity of the inhabitants of the continent does the memory of the past play today? Is a common, European culture of remembrance even possible?

language: English
subtitles: none
duration: 2:43:51
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How to Win a Memory War?

language: English
subtitles: English subtitles embedded in the film
duration: 9:24
What do Egyptian pyramids, triumphal arches and farms of internet trolls have in common? How can lying about the past benefit a country? Can you build a successful society on historical lies? Watch our film, learn what memory wars are and find the unexpected solution to winning them. ‘How to Win a Memory War?’ is a part of the ENRS’s initiative ‘Hi-story Lessons’, a multilingual educational project, which aims at supporting the process of teaching and learning about 20th-century European history. It deals with the subject of memory wars and suggests ways of resisting historical disinformation – both as individuals and as societies. The film’s premiere took place during an international online conference ‘Disinformation in Memory Politics: Practices and Ways of Prevention’ organized by ENRS, UNSPA and INST.
language: English
subtitles: English subtitles embedded in the film
duration: 9:24
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Disinformation in Memory Politics 2021: teaser

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duration: 0:37
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duration: 0:37
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10th Genealogies of Memory – teaser

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duration: 0:31
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duration: 0:31
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10th Genealogies of Memory – Session 1

language: English
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duration: 3:43:55
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duration: 3:43:55
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10th Genealogies of Memory – Session 2

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duration: 3:24:20
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duration: 3:24:20
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Session 2 – Video Presentation

language: English
subtitles:
duration: 9:50

András Lénárt (Holocaust Memorial Centre, Budapest)
Photography of the Hungarian Labour Service
Video Presentation

10th Genealogies of Memory: Session 2
Translation and Travel of Holocaust Memory between Europe and Israel

language: English
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duration: 9:50
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10th Genealogies of Memory – Session 3

language: English
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duration: 3:57:20
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duration: 3:57:20
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10th Genealogies of Memory – Session 4

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duration: 4:22:55
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duration: 4:22:55
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Session 6 – Video Presentation

language: English
subtitles:
duration: 12:54

Eliyana Adler (Pennsylvania State University)
Ecologies of Memory: Translating Memorial Books across Time and Place
Video Presentation

10th Genealogies of Memory: Session 6
Translation and Travel of Holocaust Memory between Europe and Israel

language: English
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duration: 12:54
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Remember. 23 August: Milada Horákova

language: English
subtitles: English
duration: 1:45

Milada Horákova was a Czech politician and a member of the clandestine resistance movement during the Second World War. Sha was a victim of a judicial murder committed by the communist party on the basis of fabricated charges of plotting an treason. Despite calls for clemency from such people as Winston Churchill and Albert Einstein, the Czechoslovak president Klement Gottwald confirmed her sentence. On the morning of 27 June 1950, Milada Horáková was executed by hanging. During the 1968 Prague Spring her rehabilitation process started, completed one year after the Velvet Revolution of 1989.

Every year on 23 August, the European Day of Remembrance for Victims of Totalitarian Regimes, the ENRS recalls those persecuted in the name of totalitarian and authoritarian ideologies.

language: English
subtitles: English
duration: 1:45