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THE BOMBING OF GERNIKA, AN ATTACK ON DEMOCRACY

Publicado el 29 abril, 2012 Por admin

By Oriol López i Badell and Jordi Palou- Loverdos, Memorial Democràtic, Spain  Remembering the bombing of Gernika is a useful exercise to analyze the indiscriminate attack on a population that was identified with a particular ideology. It was not important who lived in the city, simply that Gernika was located in an area considered Republican. […]

WE HAVE TO REMEMBER SO THAT THEY CAN’T FORGET …

Publicado el 28 abril, 2012 Por admin

– By Adrian Kerr, Manager, Museum of Free Derry, Ireland  Why do we have to remember events like the bombing of Gernika? Why, 75 years on, is it so important that such events be publicly commemorated rather than just read about in history books?  We have to remember it to remind ourselves and everyone else […]

WHY WE ASK “WHY SHOULD WE REMEMBER?”

Publicado el 26 abril, 2012 Por admin

Just over a decade after the attacks of 9-11, we are in the midst of a global war on terror. In Syria, Sudan and many other countries, citizens are under attack. In Europe, xenophobia and discrimination is on the rise and the United States is facing divisive battles around immigration and inequity. In this bleak […]

THE TERRORISM OF E.T.A HAS NOW A PLACE IN OUR MUSEUM IN OUR MEMORIES

Publicado el 21 octubre, 2011 Por admin

After several months of inactivity  in our blog (How hard is finding time for daily activities, blogging  about the Museum, and have something interesting to say) we write a  new post. Today, it has not been necessary to squeeze the head to know what to write about, today we feel LUCKY. Today (after the announcement […]

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