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This is our online magazine called LIBRE. It includes articles, reports, interviews etc. about all relevant themes related to the remembrance sector and the interest of the LRE partners.
LIBRE #1 – December 2016
Among many other things this semester: an interview of Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, a focus on the Italian history, the opening of the WWII Museum in Gdansk, or a reflection about the commemorations of tomorrow…
LIBRE #2 – July 2017
In this edition, you can find the first announcements on Europe Remembers, an interview with French historian and professor Olivier Wieviorka, an article about the WWII museum in New Orleans and much more…
LIBRE #3 – December 2017
In this edition: the Battle of Britain, the forgotten role of the Spaniards, Fort Breendonk, a place that will give you shivers, and much more of course.
LIBRE #4 – September 2018
In this edition of LibRE, you can read about the relationship between Monuments and Memory, the Bridge to Liberation Experience in Arnhem, an interview of Martin Zrzavecký, the mayor of Pilsen, and more!
LIBRE #5 – March 2019
In this edition of LibRE, you can read about our collaboration with Daniel Libeskind and the international Hiking trail, Rough Guide’s Travel the Liberation Route Europe, the launch of the Europe Remembers campaign and more!
LIBRE #6 – July 2019
In this edition of LibRE, read about the impact of the Second World War on European landscapes, Alsace – the newest region to join the LRE family, the Soviet Operation ‘Bagration’, the U.S. Ghost Army, and more!
LIBRE #7 – December 2019
In this edition of LibRE, read the farewell interview with Victoria van Krieken, discover an interesting piece on the impact of World War II on art and learn everything about our project with the US Starr foundation.
LIBRE #8 – June 2020
In this edition of LibRE, we focus on the virtual commemorations of VE Day ’75. You can also read an opinon piece about the use of WWII narrative in the current times of pandemic and an interview with historian and author Keith Lowe.