Catalogue of the international travelling exhibition “Totalitarianism in Europe”

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The travelling exhibition presents a first-ever overview of the available statistics on civilian victims of the gravest crimes committed by the 20th century totalitarian regimes in 12 European countries: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, Netherlands, Czech Republic and Slovakia (former Czechoslovakia), Hungary, Slovenia, Romania and Bulgaria. The statistics are framed by photographs of some of the main perpetrators and complemented by data on the criminal prosecution of the perpetrators after the fall of the regime. The catalogue is a reduced version of the travelling exhibition; it consists of 12 double-sided panels in a cardboard cover and is ideally suited for interactive use, also in the classroom.
English language version.
Size: 25 x 42 x 0.6 cms. Weight: 345 g.

Supported by the European Commission`s Europe for Citizens programme.