The institute of National Remembrance was established through the consensus of the majority of Polish political forces who agreed that the Polish democratic state should be an instrument for a comprehensive description and evaluation of the difficult twentieth-century Polish history. It is an educational and scientific institution dedicated to the study of the recent history of Poland and the dissemination of knowledge on the subject.
More from this category
No items found
- Exhibition Review: “Nazipropaganda voor de jeugd, 1933-1945” – Nationaal Onderwijsmuseum June 9, 2021
- Call For Authors: Learning History that is not yet History II June 7, 2021
- Another Family’s Starting Over: The Resourceful Glass Family of Paris and New York May 20, 2021
- Decolonizing Cultural Institutions in the Netherlands May 18, 2021
- Book review: White Privilege: The myth of a post-racial society May 17, 2021