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‘Historical Memory’: Challenges of Contemporary Studies over Holocaust in Poland

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The article presents the problems connected with modern Holocaust research in Poland with regard to ‘historical memory’, bearing in mind that it has become an event, it has transformed the framework of culture, the way of thinking and social memory. What is the impact of collective memory on the problem of subjectivization, taking into account that the memory of the Holocaust is also interpreted from the point of view of the living generation? The difficulty that comes with the fact that memory includes both remembering and forgetting, it leads us to the question: How much do we remember? Despite its undeniable value, treating individual memory as the only true type of memory may be a cause of conflicts.
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231-236
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  • Institute of History, University of Rzeszow, 16C Rejtana Str., Rzeszow, Poland
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