“Blindspots in Second World War History”

Kristina Smolijaninovaitė , Civil Society Forum e.V

“Blindspots in Second World War History”

An article written by the Confronting Memories project lead Kristina Smolijaninovaitė and published in New Eastern Europe.

Historical memory related to the Second World War is too complex for there to be a single version recognised around the world. This is because historical ‘truth’ is by no means a simple matter of black and white. Addressing various blindspots and imbalances in understandings of the past may subsequently help tackle difficult historical legacies at political, legal and civil society levels.

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