Tag Archives: WWII

How Russia and Estonia Remember WWII?

See how Russia pushes the WWII memory into the domain of sacred, while Estonia de-sacralizes the war. Continue reading

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Katyń at Cambridge

The transnational research project entitled “Memory at War: Cultural Dynamics in Poland, Russia, and Ukraine” seeks to understand the controversies of modern memory in the former Soviet space. Maria Mälksoo, a Senior Researcher at UT Institute of Government and Politics, writes about Katyń, the topic of the project’s inaugural workshop in Cambridge. Continue reading

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