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World War II
Remembering to forget
Memory politics in Poland and Hungary
Post-local, de-local, re-local
Transformation and revision in European politics of history
Kyiv: A love letter
Why Lithuania hasn’t followed the example of some of its central European neighbours
The Europeanization of Holocaust remembrance
How far has it gone, and how far can it go?
What Hannah Arendt can tell us about European integration
From private to state slavery and back again
Slavery and the camp systems in the 19th and 20th centuries
Germans must remember the truth about Ukraine – for their own sake
Beware the destruction of the state!
An interview with Timothy Snyder
Vom Ordnen der Zeit
Der 8. Mai 1945 als historische Zäsur
Der Hitler-Stalin-Pakt 1939 in der europäischen Geschichte und Erinnerung
When Stalin was Hitler's ally
Russia's never-ending war against "fascism"
Memory politics in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict
Heroes into victims
The Second World War in post-Soviet memory politics
Re-reading Jean Améry's "Torture"