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Institute of National Remembrance Review

"Institute of National Remembrance Review" 3/2021-2022

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The leading theme of the third issue of the "Institute of National Remembrance Review" is the Great Patriotic War of Soviet Union, especially its contemporary and recent narrative and propaganda contexts.

Zawartość numeru - Table of contents.

INTRODUCTION

Karol Nawrocki PhD, President of the Institute of National Remembrance – Foreword.

Anna Karolina Piekarska, Franciszek Dąbrowski – Editorial.

IN EDITORS’ DEBATE

“…The Phrase that »History Does Not Matter to the Present Day« Was Never More Deceptive than It Is Now.” The Narrative of the Great Patriotic War in the Historians’ Assessment (Editors’ Debate). Warsaw, July 16, 2021.

INTERVIEW

“I have a slightly pessimistic picture of things...”. An interview with Professor Jan Szumski.

ARTICLES

Maria Domańska – The Religion of Victory, the cult of a superpower. The myth of the Great Patriotic War in the contemporary foreign policy of the Russian Federation.

Jolanta Darczewska – The Presidential Commission of the Russian Federation to Counter Attempts to Falsify History to the Detriment of Russia’s Interests (2009–12).

Kamil Kłysiński – Preserving the Myth, with the Politics in the Background: The Great Patriotic War in the Politics of History of Belarus.

Aliaksei Lastouski – “Death Parade” on Victory Day (Minsk, 2020).

Ilya Tsibets – The myth of the Great Patriotic War (1941–1945) in post-Communist Russian cinema: causes, effects, perspectives.

Olga Gontarska – Between the Great Patriotic War and the Second World War: the image of the war in Ukrainian feature films after 1991.

Dariusz Miszewski – The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Opposing the Concept of Establishing Unions of States on its Western Borders in 1939–45, as Reported by the Soviet Press.

BOOKS

Władysław Bułhak – The Faces of Estonian Sovietisation: a Look Back. Notes on the publication: Sovietisation and violence: the case of Estonia. 2018. Tartu: University of Tartu Press, ed. Meelis Saueauk, Toomas Hiio. Proceedings of the Estonian Institute of Historical Memory. Eesti Mälu Instituudi toimetised 1 (2018). 335 pp. ISBN 9789949778249. ISSN 2613–5981.

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