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in countries in the region. KEYWORDS: information wars; memory cultures; history policy; Lithuania; Russia; Ukraine; Belarus; Poland. An analysis of the problem should begin from the thesis that in- formation wars are not a new phenomenon. They can be dated to the first appearance of human

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their present-day existence; this approach is applied to research communication and cultural memory, history policy and identity formation in the Baltic States after 1990; 3) the three latter actions are carried out by using the existing historiography about the Baltic States, and declaring the need

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Soviet period in honour of the Jewish victims of mass killings were inevitably affected by Soviet ideology and history policy. In many cases, they adopted Soviet forms of monumentalism and semantic mean- ings. This determined the transformation of these memory symbols in the post-Soviet period (p

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In: Lithuanian Historical Studies

institutionell überdehnt hat; dies., Introduction. Late Stalinist So- ciety, History, Policies and People, in: dies. (Hg.), Late Stalinist Russia. Society between Reconstruction and Reinvention, Abingdon 2006, S. 1–13, hier S. 7. 83 Das Dekret vom Juni 1947 sah Strafen zwischen zehn und fünfundzwanzig Jahren

In: Mobilisierung im Nationalsozialismus

the beginning of the German-Soviet war is a fixed date in the history policy of the Federal Republic. 7 To this day, this realization has not reached the newspapers of some homeland associations, such as when it says in Heimat Landkreis Tirschenreuth that 22 June was the “beginning of the

In: War and Communism

Empire in 1920s Palestine under British Rule, in: NTM 24 (2016), S. 451-480. Showers, Kate B.: Congo River’s Grand Inga Hydroelectricity Scheme: Linking Environ- mental History, Policy and Impact, in: Water History 1 (2009), S. 31-58. Showers, Kate B.: Electrifying Africa: An Environmental History with

In: „Viele Wenige machen ein Viel”