23 August is also known as the day of recognition as an explanation of the history of the common European awareness.
23 August – European Day of Remembrance
On August 23, pan-European Remembrance Day is assigned as the Memorial Day, but by the year 1939, the Molotov resolution was signed by the participants and the western side of Europe was separated from Eastern Europe.
In this pact, the MPs also addressed and gave due respect for the victims of the undemocratic regimes and totalitarian and stated that respect is due for those who had a fight against oppression and tyranny.
Common Perspective Of History
The goal is to come together at a common perspective of history, It is expressed by the participants that Europe cannot unite unless they will not agree on a common thought about the history of Nazism, Fascism or the Communism.
However, this understanding becomes controversial. The moment of the National Socialist terrorist movements, however, distinguish due to the fact from what is to be understood as a shared history and bringing peoples together.
The Holocaust investigator of Israel, Yehuda Bauer, raises the question on the equality of both regimes as relativization and trivialization of Holocaust.
He stated that the Parliament resolution means that the history is clipped and it insists on the right, statistical analysis.
The repression programs and murder had various intentions (Soviet Nazis targeted at the radical destruction of a people).
World War II
World War II was initiated by the Nazi Government of Germany and the Red Army had massive losses to the Nazi dictatorship.
The Soviet regime has the most important stand while as at the same time the second Soviet regime at the same time is completely unacceptable.
Heidemarie Uhl is a “remembrance day” on 23 August and the Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January:
It is surprising that this EU parliamentary resolution has virtually no resonance as per the public expression, as it has the capacity to boost pan-European debates on memory.
And this is perhaps the most important array of a European or global recall culture problem – National Socialism is often seen relative to the communist system.
Günter Morsch’s raises the question in the “History as a weapon” as European history has been re-evaluated in the 20th century.
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