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European Network Remembrance and Solidarity is an international initiative to discuss the 20th-century European , &
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ENRS May 29
'InBetween? gives its participants an opportunity to conduct research in the European bordeland regions using oral history methodology. As we will soon announce this year's edition of 'InBetween?' take a look at the material produced in 2017. Visit
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ENRS May 28
Prof. Vjeran Pavlaković from speaks about academic contribution to - a host to . Visit
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ENRS May 27
After the breakthrough of 1989, different countries of the former Eastern Bloc witnessed wide-reaching and ambitious economic transformations. We offer you a look back at last year’s edition:
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ENRS May 26
This week we would like to share with you the available educational material on the Yalta conference which took place between 4-11 February 1945. Find out more:
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ENRS May 25
Witold Pilecki was executed on 25 May in the Mokotow prison by a gunshot to the back of the head. To commemorate the date of his execution, the European Parliament established 25 May as the International Day of Heroes of the Fight against Totalitarianism.
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ENRS May 24
Magdalena Stroe, in 1944 gave her identity papers to a Jewish girl Hanna Hamburg, to save her from deportation to Auschwitz. Discover more stories of friendship and dedication from the exhibition catalogue at
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ENRS May 22
In 1939, Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy signed the Pact of Steel in which they agreed to a military and political alliance. It was signed by foreign ministers Galeazzo Ciano and Joachim von Ribbentrop.
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ENRS May 21
Who says we cannot visit museums while staying at home? The virtual tour of the Holocaust Memorial in Bucharest proves us the contrary. Check out the initiative of this week’s partner series - at:
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ENRS May 15
On 15 May 1955, Austria, France, the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and the United States signed an international agreement called the Austrian State Treaty. Its main purpose was the re-establishment of a free, sovereign and democratic Austria.
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ENRS May 14
A new week and a new project to reveal within our initiative! Discover Croatian Memories: Unveiling personal memories on war and detention is a long-term project run by
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ENRS May 12
Dear Colleagues! Just a quick reminder about the ongoing Call For Papers for the 10th conference within : The Holocaust between Local and Global Perspectives. Deadline is 31 May 2020. Visit:
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ENRS May 11
We are proud to announce that a photo taken by Agnieszka Wanat during last year’s edition of the project is nominated for the Grand Press Photo Award 2020 (in the 'Culture and Entertainment' section). Learn more:
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ENRS May 8
PANEL 3: Victory or ‘Victory’ - historiographical discussions about consequences of the Second World War. Watch:
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ENRS May 8
Happening now: PANEL 2: Law towards lawlessness. Legal issues resulting from the Second World War in contemporary Europe.
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ENRS May 7
The international online conference "The Burden of Victory. The Second World War and its consequences 75 years after its end" that starts today at 10! Visit:
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ENRS May 6
Should the entry of the Red Army to Eastern Europe be regarded as liberation or new occupation? To what extent has contemporary historiography come to terms with the experience of the Second World War? Learn more:
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ENRS May 5
Just a quick reminder about the ongoing for the 10th conference within the Genealogies of Memory series: The Holocaust between Local and Global Perspectives. Application deadline is 31 May 2020. Visit:
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ENRS May 4
Do Western European nations remember the war in the same way as Central and Eastern Europeans? Answers to this and other questions will be sought this coming Friday, 8 May. For more details, visit:
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ENRS Apr 29
Next week we are starting our new online project 'Making Memory Alive Together' - a weekly showcase of the Network's partner institutions, developed to bring you closer to their endeavours. Follow our Facebook and Twitter.
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ENRS Apr 28
The Dachau concentration camp was liberated on April 29, 1945. The 42nd Rainbow Division and the 45th Thunderbird Division, participated in the liberation. More than 30,000 Jews and political prisoners were freed. [United States Holocaust Memorial Museum/ public domain]
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