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Polish Presidential Plane Crash In Russia - Retired CIA Officers Speaks Out!

Latest News: Retired Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Officer Eugene Poteat Speaks Out About the Crash of Polish TU-154 Plane Carrying President Kaczynski In Smolensk, Russia: "Russian Image Management - The KGB’s latest intelligence coup, and NATO’s latest intelligence disaster"

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History Websites & Resources: Part 2

Following are the Doomed Soldiers Project history websites recommendations providing relevant historical context for the Doomed Soldiers story. This page will be updated frequently as quality websites are evaluated and added. See Our Other Recommendations Here ...


The Global Museum on Communism
The Global Museum on Communism, an international portal, was created to honor the more than 100 million victims of communist tyranny and educate future generations about past and present communist atrocities. The museum serves as a symbol of hope and a needed place of remembrance in a day when many are forgetting the high price communists exacted from the captive peoples and the rest of the free world.
 
The Platform of European Memory and Conscience

The Platform of European Memory and Conscience brings together institutions and organisations from the V4 and other EU countries active in research, documentation, awareness raising and education about the totalitarian regimes which befell the Visegrad region in the 20th century. The project consists of networking meetings and conferences, several publications, a survey, a travelling exhibition on totalitarianism in Europe ...

IICC/UOK: to honor the victims of Communism and to raise awareness of Communist crimes, with a special attention to the younger generations.

The IICC/UOK (The Institute for Information on the Crimes of Communism) is an organization founded in 2006. The aim of the organization is to honor the victims of Communism and to raise awareness of Communist crimes, with a special attention to the younger generations. The IICC/UOK also promotes vigilance towards other totalitarian and anti-democratic movements. The IICC/UOK publishes information materials and media, surveys, reports, and teaching materials ...

 
V4 Year by Year: The unique interconnection of the history of the four Central European countries is a significant contribution to European historical discourse.

V4 Year by Year: The unique interconnection of the history of the four Central European countries is a significant contribution to European historical discourse. During the Cold War, the concept of Central Europe almost lost its meaning, only the West and the East existed. After the fall of the totalitarian regimes, it started to gain importance and now Central Europe is again perceived as one of the relevant territorial constituents which is united by more than just a geographical location.

Rada Ochrony Pamięci Walk i Męczeństwa: Beginning in the mid-eighties, the OPWiM concentrated on memorializing individuals and places related to the resistance and martyrdom of the Polish nation during II Word War. Later, it also focused on the Nazi-Soviet aggression of Poland in 1939, and memorializing historical places, and objects important to the Polish national conscience, its history, and culture, related to that period in history.

Rada Ochrony Pamięci Walk i Męczeństwa: Beginning in the mid-eighties, the OPWiM concentrated on memorializing individuals and places related to the resistance and martyrdom of the Polish nation during II Word War. Later, it also focused on the Nazi-Soviet aggression of Poland in 1939, and memorializing historical places, and objects important to the Polish national conscience, its history, and culture, related to that period in history. In Polish

 
KGB in the Baltic States: Documents & Research

KGB in the Baltic States: Documents & Research: The idea for this project was born a long time ago but was not finalised until 2006, when historians from Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania met in Vilnius. The project aimed to make public KGB documents from the years of the occupation of the three countries. There were more motives to prepare an online site. First of all, historians from the three countries have always been annoyed by Russian propaganda that there had never been any occupation of any of the three Baltic States.

KGB in the Baltic States: Documents & Research

House of Terror : Having survived two terror regimes, it was felt that the time had come for Hungary to erect a fitting memorial to the victims, and at the same time to present a picture of what life was like for Hungarians in those times. In December 2000 "The Public Foundation for the Research of Central and East European History and Society" purchased the building with the aim of establishing a museum in order to present these two bloody periods of Hungarian history.

 
The Project Remember - Fagaras Country Communisation bring to public attention a little known part thereof - the diversion of natural evolution through violent overthrow of Fagaras Country's traditional community values, in the context of Soviet occupation and the imposition of communist dictatorship.

Remember: The Project Remember - Fagaras Country Communisation bring to public attention a little known part thereof - the diversion of natural evolution through violent overthrow of Fagaras Country's traditional community values, in the context of Soviet occupation and the imposition of communist dictatorship.

The Baltic Way: On 23 August 1939 foreign ministers of the USSR and Germany - Vyacheslav Molotov and Joachim von Ribbentrop, as ordered by their superiors Stalin and Hitler, signed a treaty which affected the fate of Europe and the entire world.

The Baltic Way: On 23 August 1939 foreign ministers of the USSR and Germany - Vyacheslav Molotov and Joachim von Ribbentrop, as ordered by their superiors Stalin and Hitler, signed a treaty which affected the fate of Europe and the entire world. This pact, and the secret clauses it contained, divided the spheres of influence of the USSR and Germany and led to World War II, and to the occupation of the three Baltic States - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

 
Forschungsstelle Osteuropa : The Research Center for East European Studies was founded in 1982 under Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Eichwede as a repository for Samizdat (underground literature) documents from Eastern Europe.

Forschungsstelle Osteuropa : The Research Center for East European Studies was founded in 1982 under Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Eichwede as a repository for Samizdat (underground literature) documents from Eastern Europe. Its task was and still is to collect materials documenting alternative thinking and social movements in Eastern Europe, to analyse them and place them in the historical, social and political context of East European structures and developments, and to publish the results of research carried out using them.

Tribute To Liberty : A CANADIAN MEMORIAL TO VICTIMS OF COMMUNISM. A Tribute to Liberty's mission is to establish a Canadian memorial to victims of totalitarian Communism.

Tribute To Liberty: A CANADIAN MEMORIAL TO VICTIMS OF COMMUNISM. A Tribute to Liberty's mission is to establish a Canadian memorial to victims of totalitarian Communism. In September 2009, the National Capital Commission approved the Memorial to Victims of Totalitarian Communism-Canada, a Land of Refuge to be built on National Capital Region land.

 
The Stalin-Era Research and Archives Project (SERAP): a collaborative, multidisciplinary undertaking based at the Centre for Russian and East European Studies at the University of Toronto.

The Stalin-Era Research and Archives Project (SERAP): a collaborative, multidisciplinary undertaking based at the Centre for Russian and East European Studies at the University of Toronto -- was supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The Project stimulated the reinterpretation of politics and society in the USSR under Stalin through the use of newly declassified archival materials.

Tribute To Liberty : A CANADIAN MEMORIAL TO VICTIMS OF COMMUNISM. A Tribute to Liberty's mission is to establish a Canadian memorial to victims of totalitarian Communism.

Information And Documentation Center for the Research about totalitarian structures in East-and Southeastern Europe. In German

 
CNSAS: The National Council for the Study of the Securitate Archives (Romania)

The National Council for the Study of the Securitate Archives (Romania) In Romanian

CNSAS: The National Council for the Study of the Securitate Archives (Romania)

Czech Security Services Archive In Czech

 
his site is the result of the work carried out by the Krasnoyarsk “MEMORIAL” Society” over a period of many years. It represents an encyclopaedia of reprisals employed by a Communist government., a memorial for more than forty-thousand victims of political reprisals, whose fate was, in one way or another, connected to the Krasnoyarsk region.

Krasnoyarks "Memorial" Office:This site is the result of the work carried out by the Krasnoyarsk “MEMORIAL” Society” over a period of many years. It represents an encyclopaedia of reprisals employed by a Communist government, a memorial for more than forty-thousand victims of political reprisals, whose fate was, in one way or another, connected to the Krasnoyarsk region.

Estonian International Commision for Investigation of Crimes Against Humanity

Estonian International Commision for Investigation of Crimes Against Humanityestonian

 
Polish Armed Forces Memorial: Polish Forces served with the Allies from the first day of war until the last—fielding the fourth largest Allied army in the fight against Nazi-German tyranny across Europe. Poles gave their lives on all fronts—on land, at sea and in the air, where they distinguished themselves with courage and self-sacrifice.

Polish Armed Forces Memorial: Polish Forces served with the Allies from the first day of war until the last—fielding the fourth largest Allied army in the fight against Nazi-German tyranny across Europe. Poles gave their lives on all fronts—on land, at sea and in the air, where they distinguished themselves with courage and self-sacrifice.

The Office of Strategic Services Society

OSS Society: The Office of Strategic Services Society celebrates the historic accomplishments of the OSS during World War II—the first organized effort by the United States to implement a centralized system of strategic intelligence and the predecessor to the Central Intelligence Agency and the U.S. Special Operations Command — and educates the American public regarding the continuing importance of strategic intelligence and special operations to the preservation of freedom in this country and around the world.

 
The National OSS Museum of American Intelligence and Special Operations

The National OSS Museum: Created practically overnight, in the depths of World War II, men and women from all parts of American society created the most dynamic and unique organization in United States history: the Office of Strategic Services. The National OSS Museum of American Intelligence and Special Operations will celebrate the historic accomplishments of the OSS, the predecessor to the Central Intelligence Agency, U.S. Special Operations Forces, and the intelligence community.

 

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