Lietuvos Holokausto paminklų istorija ir jų įtaka istorinei atminčiai

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Lietuvos Holokausto paminklų istorija ir jų įtaka istorinei atminčiai
Alternative Title:
History of Holocaust monuments in Lithuania and their influence on the historical memory
In the Journal:
Kultūros paminklai. 2013, 17, p. 133-143
Keywords:
LT
Atmintis; Epitafija; Epitafijos; Genocidas; Holokaustas; Istorinė atmintis; Lietuva; Memorialinės vietos; Paminklai; Žydai.
EN
Epitaph; Epitaphs; Genocide; Historical memory; Holocaust; Jews; Lithuania; Memorial Places; Memory; Momunents; Monuments.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsniu siekiama pristatyti Lietuvoje esančių paminklų Holokausto aukoms atminti istoriją ir panagrinėti jų įtaką istorinei atminčiai dabartyje. Nagrinėjant šių paminklų, kaip atminties institutų, vertę dėmesys skiriamas Holokausto paminklų ir kitų (pavyzdžiui, sovietinių) represijų aukų atminimo paminklų konkuravimui; masinių žudynių ir Holokausto paminklų santykiui; daug dėmesio skiriama epitafijoms. Išsikeltam tikslui įgyvendinti pasitelkiama 2010-2011 m. vykdyto projekto „Holokausto Lietuvoje Atlasas“ surinktos empyrinės medžiagos – istorinių duomenų, paminklų nuotraukų, Kultūros paveldo registro duomenų, Kultūros paminklų sąvado ir kitų įvairaus pobūdžio dokumentų – analizė. [Iš leidinio]

ENLithuanian officially named 2011 the Year for Commemorating Victims of the Holocaust, marking the 70th year anniversary since the beginning of the Holocaust in Lithuania,. In most locations this year was no different from any other, and Holocaust memorials remained forgotten and unvisited as they had been before. Holocaust historians agree that the memorial system as a form of Holocaust memory is just as important as Holocaust history. Both arc needed to provide the contcnt, functions and continuity for a culture of Holocaust memory. The article is intended to explain the effect of Holocaust monuments on the historical memory of Lithuanians. In order to get to the heart of the problem, first presented is the history of monument construction. Some Holocaust commemorative monuments arc located at sites where Soviet crimes were also committed, crimes whose victims are commemorated with monuments as well. In these particular Sites there exists a competition between the two sets of statues (and the historical memories they represent). It is sort of Cold War where the memory represented by one set of statues overwhelms (and often tries to erase) the memory represented by the other set. Speaking about the Holocaust in Lithuania, the term Holocaust – almost universally written in the lower case – officially refers to the mass murder of Jews beginning in August of 1941. The official history maintains that date, and yet the real mass murder of Jews began in Lithuania on June 23, 1941. What to do with those official monuments which commemorate the victims from the period between June 23 and August 1,1941 ? This final topic is dedicated to the features of inscribing epitaphs, a crucial element of the monument which informs the public about the nature of the historical event being commemorated. [From the publication]

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1392-155X
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2018-12-17 13:33:46
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