On 18 November, 2014 an official opening of the open air exhibition ‘Freedom Express’ took place on Esplanade Solidarność 1980, in front of the European Parliament.
Genealogies of Memory Project
28 November 2014, 18:00
Bulgarian Cultural Institute, Al. Ujazdowskie 33/35, Warsaw
Czech teacher Dana Vargová, German activist Manfred Matthies, Hungarian intellectual Janos Kenedi, Polish dissident Kornel Morawiecki, and Slovak priest Anton Srholec received the European Memory of Nations Awards in the National Theatre in Prague.
17-22 November, Brussels, Esplanade Solidarność 1980
The First World War officially ended on 11 November 1918 by signing the agreement by Allies and Germany - marking the victory of the first and underlying the German defeat.
After the Second World War, as a result of the policy adopted by the Great Powers, Germany was divided into two states.
The western part was occupied by the Allies, while the eastern part found itself under the influence of the Soviet Union. Berlin, as the capital city of the Third Reich, was also eventually divided into the various spheres of influence of the victorious states.
30 August – 13 September 2014
For fourteen days, twenty young people from ten European countries travelled around Europe in the footsteps of 1989. Artists, journalists and historians chosen in an international contest visited six countries in Europe in a two-week period, starting from Solidarity's Gdańsk, through Timisoara in Romania, ending in Berlin.
European Network Remembrance and Solidarity has launched a unique project in order to foster cooperation of research centers, NGOs, museums, galleries and memorials dedicated to the previous century.