5 edition of Museums of Communism found in the catalog.
|Statement||Indiana University Press|
|Publishers||Indiana University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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In doing so, the museums shift attention from experiences of guilt or collaboration to narratives of shared victimization under communist rule. And Museums of Communism the same time, because it can be talked about, described and built up, this Park is about democracy. Riga's Cheka House: From a Soviet Place of Terror to a Latvian Site of Remembrance? In the space of 100 sqm we showed the most important aspects of everyday life in Communist Poland. The Museum of Communist Terror aims to keep alive knowledge and understanding of the deaths, terror and economic failure that took place under Communist regimes, primarily in the 20th century.
The aim of the exhibition is to show everyday life in the Polish People's Republic.
It covers the story from the Communist Party Manifesto published in 1848 to the creation of communist states around the world, the reality of life under communist regimes, the gulags, the economic performance and the fall of communism in much of the world in 1989-90 with quotations from Museums of Communism, Ho Chi Minh, Solzhenitsyn and Andrei Sakharov. Please be aware, however, that reservations are not needed to get a group discount.
The Czech Museum of Communism: What National Narrative for the Past? Communist officials had ordered many pre-existing monuments to be torn down in order to sweep away the old and bring in the new. What is at your fingertips today, was inaccessible to an ordinary citizen of the PRL.
The Museum of Socialist Art is unusual in that its creators understood the challenges others had faced before them in other countries and therefore decided to leave the statues in a deliberately ambiguous state. 6: Violetta Wincewicz - stacja telefoniczna, kieliszki. The discarded Lenins and discarded Dmitrovs sat in alleys, in warehouses, in garbage-strewn courtyards.
Jakub Dorosz - sztandar PZPR. From occupation museums in the Baltic States to memorial museums in Ukraine, former secret police prisons in Romania, and nostalgic museums of everyday life in Russia, the sites considered offer new ways of understanding the challenges of separating memory and myth.
17: Robert Sawicki - mikrofony.
After 1989, most of the monuments they had built subsequently landed on the dustbins of history.
14: Agnieszka Strzeszowska - zastawy kuchenne.