The year 2020 was supposed to be the year to commemorate anniversaries of important events. These were being prepared for months but stopped by Covid-19.
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The Australian Experience: Peak Commemoration?
Australia has strongly attached its identity to its ANZAC participation in World War I. Have the citizens, after a long string of centenary years, finally reached Peak Commemoration?
Why Public History?
Reading German newspapers on November 9, often called the “German Day of Fate” on a train offers the opportunity to follow some loose thoughts on Public History and Historical Culture.
International Politics, Return to National Memory in Turkey
Turkey has been confronted with an array of domestic and international problems. To face them, the state uses new means to strengthen a national…
Schools Facing Public History
The public uses of history compete with school teaching from a position of strength, and therefore they must become part of school history curricula in order to give pupils the tools to critically evaluate them.
Time and History (in) of the Grand Coalition
The new coalition agreement was closely examined with a view to so-called future issues. But it is also noteworthy with regard to Public History – and to the historical classification of the present.
History Marketing online – DAX meets History
As part of marketing strategies, multinational corporations do not forego staging their history. It is permanently available on the company’s own websites as an individual unique selling proposition.
Centenary of the Great Russian Revolution of 1917
In Russia, the October Revolution of 1917 is not celebrated for more than a quarter of a century. However, the centennial anniversary of 1917 cannot be circumvented – 1917 and the subsequent events, which are now commonly called the “Great Russian Revolution.”