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„Komunismus znamená v pravém a úplném smyslu bludné učení, že nikdo nemá míti žádné jmění, nýbrž aby všechno bylo společné, a každý dostával jenom část zaslouženou a potřebnou k jeho výživě. – Bez všelijakých důkazů a výkladů vidí tedy hned na první pohled každý, že takové učení jest nanejvýš bláznovské, a že se mohlo jen vyrojiti z hlav několika pomatených lidí, kteří by vždy z člověka chtěli učiniti něco buď lepšího neb horšího, ale vždy něco jiného než je člověk.“

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Press release: Platform calls for a broad debate and a change of the permanent exhibition of the House of European History

Prague, 20 November 2017. The Platform of European Memory and Conscience presents a critical report on the House of European History, a project of the European Parliament in Brussels. The report is a result of a study visit of 19 experts from 9 countries which took place in August this year.

The conclusion of the report says that the House of European History fails at presenting European history in three dimensions: structure, concept and facts. As a result, visitors get an ideologically biased, chaotic narrative line with many shortcomings or even falsifications. The main idea is missing and it seems to be overshadowed by the narrow-minded Marxism-rooted concept.


We hope this report will be a starting point for a pan-European, open and broad debate which will lead to a reconstruction of the House European History exhibition. The European Union deserves to have a balanced, non-ideological and atractive exhibition which would present the common roots and values that constitute the identity and consciousness of todays Europe”, says Göran Lindblad, president of the Platform.

Enclosure: Report on the House of European History by the Platform of European Memory and Conscience of 30 October 2017.

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Memorandum from the conference ”100 Years of Communism. History and Memory” held on 8-9 November 2017 in Paris, France

100 years ago, the Bolshevik revolution introduced a murderous utopia. It eradicated the established social and moral order, ushering in a century of totalitarianism in the world. Social engineering which aimed to take total control over people was forcibly and brutally implemented. People were deprived of their basic personal freedoms, the rule of law and humanism, which were replaced by state terror.

100 years after the Bolshevik uprising in Russia, the murderous regime that was introduced then is still deemed somehow acceptable and excusable today. Much more so than Nazism, despite the fact that it produced more than double the amount of victims, many of whom are still unidentified and left lying in unmarked graves. This is unacceptable.

Today, 100 years later, we still witness the relativisation of Communist crimes. Attempts to reduce them to the period of Stalin’s rule, called „Stalinism”, are an unacceptable simplification of the deeply-rooted totalitarian basis of the Communist ideology. As a result, Communist symbols are not yet forbidden in the European public space and Communist parties are still present in public life. Many totalitarian perpetrators were never accused and tried for their crimes.

Today’s Europe is founded on deeply rooted ideas of personal freedom, rule of law, democracy and human rights. Dozens of millions of victims of Communism need respect, remembrance and justice, in order to prevent any attempt of recurrence of Communist or any other totalitarianism. Therefore, the Platform of European Memory and Conscience and participants of the international conference ”100 Years of Communism. History and Memorywhich took place in Paris, France on 8-9 November 2017, call Europe to action:

• In order to show respect to the victims of Communist totalitarian regimes, we call for an official, European-wide prohibition of public presentation of Communist symbols.

• In order to foster a culture of commemoration, we call for the creation of a memorial to the victims of totalitarianism in the very heart of Europe.

• In order to allow justice to prevail, we call for the creation of an International Tribunal for Communist Crimes.

We, the free Europeans of today, share common values. We are obliged to stand up for them and promote them. Democracy matters!

The Platform of European Memory and Conscience brings together 55 public and private institutions and organisations from 13 EU Member States, Ukraine, Moldova, Albania, Iceland, Canada and the USA working in the field of coming to terms with the legacy of totalitarianism on European soil. We represent about 200,000 Europeans and over 1,100,000 North American citizens with European roots.

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Report on the HEH by the Platform of European Memory and Conscience 30.10.2017

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Memorandum, Press release and Report by the Platform of European Memory and Conscience 20.11.2017

Dear Madam, dear Sir,

Please find enclosed today’s press release by the Platform of European Memory and Conscience and our critical Report on the House of European History in Brussels.

To underline the importance of an honest and open coming to terms with the Communist past of Europe, we are also enclosing the Memorandum from the conference “100 Years of Communism. History and Memory” which we organised in Paris on 8-9 November 2017.

Yours sincerely,

Neela Winkelmann

Dr. Neela Winkelmann

Managing Direktor

Platform of European Memory and Conscience

Londýnská 43

120 00 Praha 2

Czech Republic

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