News Archive of the Körber History Forum


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The Körber History Reflection Group convened in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv. In his opening keynote the publicist and historian of East Central Europe, Karl Schlögel, sets out how the past and present of Ukraine are both inspiration and obligation to European society.

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From 10 to 13 October 2019, the Körber History Reflection Group met in Lviv, Ukraine, in order to continue its interdisciplinary and transnational dialogue on the legacy of the World War era in Eastern and Central Europe.

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Starting 10 October, the Körber History Reflection Group will convene in the Ukrainian city of Lviv, bringing together 25 high-ranking experts and allowing for confidential discussions on how to overcome diverging historical narratives in the former “bloodlands” of Europe.

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Is Britain’s vision of reinvigorating its global position within a “Commonwealth 2.0” a misconception of past colonial greatness? In the latest episode of our podcast History & Politics, historian Philip Murphy talks about colonial legacies of the British Empire in times of Brexit and British attempts to reconcile with the past.

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Members of the Körber History Reflection Group from 10 European countries discussed the current legacy of the Hitler-Stalin pact with representatives of the Office of the Federal President. Key question of the debate was how, today, 80 years after the onset of the Second World War, this could and should best be internationally remembered.

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30 years after the fall of the Iron Curtain, past power struggles are returning to international politics. What can the history of European reunification teach us about current challenges of European security policy? Historian Mary Elise Sarotte illustrated this during her keynote, which opened this year’s Körber History Forum on May 13.

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