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.

10th Genealogies of Memory – teaser

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10th Genealogies of Memory – Session 1

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10th Genealogies of Memory – Session 2

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

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duration: 9:50

András Lénárt (Holocaust Memorial Centre, Budapest)
Photography of the Hungarian Labour Service
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10th Genealogies of Memory: Session 2
Translation and Travel of Holocaust Memory between Europe and Israel

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10th Genealogies of Memory – Session 3

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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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Session 6 – Video Presentation

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duration: 12:54

Eliyana Adler (Pennsylvania State University)
Ecologies of Memory: Translating Memorial Books across Time and Place
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10th Genealogies of Memory: Session 6
Translation and Travel of Holocaust Memory between Europe and Israel

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Remember. 23 August: Milada Horákova

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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.

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Remember. 23 August: Kazimierz Moczarski

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Kazimierz Moczarski, lawyer, journalist, Home Army soldier and author of the famous "Conversations with an Executioner". Imprisoned, tortured and persecuted by the communist regime of the People's Republic of Poland.

As 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.

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"In Between? – image and memory" – 2019, Piaśnica

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"In Between?" is an educational project initiated in April 2016 by European Network Remembrance and Solidarity. The participants are given an opportunity to conduct research in the European borderland regions using oral history methodology. In 2019 the workshop was devoted to the 80th anniversary of the World War II outbreak on 1 September 1939 in Kashubia (Pomerania), close to the city of Gdańsk. The participants took part in artistic workshops and lectures, as well as they met inhabitants of the region and witnesses to history, in search for contemporary traces of memory of the traumatic events that took place in the Piaśnica forests in 1939–1940.
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"After the Great War. A New Europe 1918-1923" exhibition – an invitation from Prof. Jay Winter

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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
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"After the Great War. A New Europe 1918-1923" – European tour of the outdoor exhibition

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Prepared by the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity in cooperation with historians from over a dozen countries, the exhibition is an attempt to synthesise the turbulent beginning of the interwar period with the focus mainly on East-Central Europe. Over 200 archive and multimedia materials – pictures, maps and films – together with individual stories of those who lived back then present a complex yet coherent picture of New Europe established in the east-central part of the continent. The main goal of the project is to illustrate the scale of the political changes and show their impact on current politics as well as to present different national memories. More information about the exhibition you will find here: https://enrs.eu/afterthegreatwar
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"After the Great War. A New Europe 1918–1923" – women and electoral rights

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Prior to 1914, women held electoral rights in only several countries worldwide. At the end and shortly after the Great War they were granted such rights in over 20 countries, including Poland, Austria, Germany, Czechoslovakia, and Georgia.
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"After the Great War. A New Europe 1918–1923" – a new map of Europe

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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.

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In Between? - image and memory 2020

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We invite visual arts amateurs and professionals, enthusiasts of history, cultural anthropology and sociology aged 18 – 25 to apply for the online edition of the international project In Between? – image and memory, which focuses on the relations between visual arts and memory studies. The project, taking place between 3 and 18 August 2020, will consist of a webinar, individual online masterclasses and a final photo competition. Application deadline is 28 June 2020.
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9th Genealogies of Memory conference: Myths, Memories and Economies - summary

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8th European Remembrance Symposium, Paris 2019 - summary

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The summary of the 8th European Remembrance Symposium in Paris. This edition's theme was: "The Making and Re-Making of Europe: 1919–2019".
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Keynote lecture: Prof. Martin Schulze Wessel

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Prof. Martin Schulze Wessel delivering a keynote speech: Universalist and Particularist Policy Legitimations in the Transformation Period Chair: Rafał Rogulski (ENRS) The 9th Genealogies of Memory conference aimed at exploring the still ongoing and dynamic process of memory sedimentation of the economic transformations, most of all the post-1989 changes in East-Central Europe, taking into account their contradictory valences ranging from unlimited opportunities to traumatic failure. The conference took place in Warsaw between 28 and 30 October 2019.
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duration: 01:11:28