The EU-Russia Civil Society Forum publishes an article by Forum Deputy Director Kristina Smolijaninovaitė for the “New Eastern Europe” Journal. In this article, she reflects on the narratives of remembering WWII in European countries on the example of Poland and Germany. Both cases illustrate how challenging it can be to commemorate history, especially in a politicised environment. After describing the Polish and the German point of views Kristina also explains how memory can be presented in museums and what discussions on that topic are currently being held.

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