monuments

  • Kwestia upamiętnień władców Wielkiego Księstwa Litewskiego w polityce historycznej współczesnej Białorusi

    Lately, a distinct change took place in the Belarus authorities’ attitude towards the legacy of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. One of the aspects of the changes occurring in the Belarus historically-oriented policy is opening up to commemorating figures from those times.

  • Hidden Memory and Memorials The Monument in Memory of the Korean Victims of the Atomic Bomb and the Remembrance of Korean Victims

    During World War II, Americans dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Due to this atrocity, around 140,000 human beings lost their lives. Almost 20% of them were Koreans. It resulted in the sudden capitulation of Japan and caused the so called higaisha ishiki (awareness of being a victim) among Japanese society. Unfortunately, the question of Korean atomic blast victims has been forgotten and the Monument raised in Memory of the Korean Victims of the Atomic Bomb was placed in the peripheries of the Park. The aim of this paper is to analyze Hiroshima Memorial Park monuments, as locations that serve as political tools, with special emphasis on the issue of the Monument in Memory of Korean Victims of the A-bomb, which characterizes Japanese politics of remembrance towards Korea.

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