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Andrii Chernousov: “I thought it could change the way of decision making”

“When I saw a ballet on TV in August of 1991 I thought that something went wrong. Because in that period of the day actually there were news or whatever else but not a ballet! And than these four guys came on stage and started speaking that there was a kind of rebellion or some sort …

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Stanislav Kuvaldin: “It was the time when many roles seized to exist”

“I think that I began to think profoundly about the 90s was several years ago. I feel that I don’t have nothing that was garanteed for sure in the 90s. As I remember in the time of the 90s I remember them rather negatively. But the reality around me was something…well it was the best period …

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Tatiana Zhurzhenko: “It was a moment of great uncertainty”

“One moment was of course the August putsch in Moscow. And it was a moment of great incertainty. We were very young, we were students and didn’t know how the situation will develop. I think because we were very young we were not very afraid. And the second moment was when Yeltsin shot the Russian parliament. …

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„Es geht nicht um einen Minimalkonsens“

„Mapping Memories of Post-1989 Europe“ –  Konferenz 29.11. – 01.12.2015 in Wien. Polina Filippova, Sacharow-Zentrum Moskau, nahm als Mitglied des Transition Dialogue-Netwerkes an der Konferenz teil. Beitrag von Maria Ugoljew, freie Journalistin Wien. Historiker und Aktivisten begaben sich auf der Konferenz „Mapping Memories of Post-1989 Europe“ in Wien auf die Suche nach einem gemeinsamen Narrativ für …

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