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Polish-US webinar on WWII

10.06.2021 08:10
A Polish-US webinar focusing on the preservation of memory and disparate narratives concerning World War II is being held on Thursday.
Photo: Radio Poland
Photo: Radio Poland Julian Horodyski

It is the third and last installment of the World War II: Witnesses and Memory series, organized jointly by the Warsaw-based Pilecki Institute and the National WWII Museum in New Orleans.

One of the key questions posed by the moderator of the debate, Dr. Wojciech Kozłowski, the director of the Pilecki Institute, to his guests will be: is it possible to talk about a common denominator for all nations who were affected by the events of World War II, having in mind the smoking chimneys of Auschwitz, the ruins of London, the Battle of Monte Cassino, the explosion of the atomic bomb, and the Yalta Conference?

The panellists include Tomasz Stefanek, head of programming at the Pilecki Institute, and Dr. Nick Mueller and Dr. Rob Citino from the National WWII Museum.

The English-language webinar will be held on Zoom at 12pm EDT (6 pm CEST).  Click here to register.