The story of the Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk epitomizes one of the most important and dramatic clashes in the European culture of memory and public history in last decades. In Poland, the museum became the archenemy for the nationalist right-wing as 'cosmopolitan', 'pseudo-universalistic', 'pacifistic' and 'not Polish enough'.
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