“DISPERSED WORLD, DISPERSED LEGACY.” PHOTOGRAPHIC NARRATIVES OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR ON THE BASIS OF POLISH “ARCHIVES”
RAZPRŠENI SVET, RAZPRŠENA DEDIŠČINA. FOTOGRAFSKE PRIPOVEDI O PRVI SVETOVNI VOJNI NA PODLEGI POLJSKIH “ARHIVOV”

Dagnosław Demski

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2018470108

Abstract

The article examines the subject of memory of the First World War in Poland (by the end of 2016), and deals with issue of presenting it by the Polish Army Museum, selected local regional museums and National Digital Archives (NAC). Author analysis, how different ways of commemorating or simply presenting events related to the First World war are shaped and constructed through localization of institution (central or regional), or using particular media (photo digital archive).

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Članek preučuje spomine na prvo svetovno vojno na Poljskem (do konca leta 2016) in se ukvarja z vprašanjem, kako so predstavljeni v Muzeju Poljske vojske, v nekaterih lokalnih regionalnih muzejih in nacionalnih digitalnih arhivih (NAC). Avtor analizira, kako se oblikujejo in gradijo različni načini spominjanja in predstavitve dogodkov, povezanih s prvo svetovno vojno, bodisi z lokalizacijo institucije (centralne ali regionalne) bodisi z uporabo določenih medijev (foto digitalni arhiv).

Keywords

First World War; Poland; memory; legacy and heritage; museum exhibitions; digital photo archives // prva svetovna vojna; Poljska; spomin; dediščina in dediščina; muzejske razstave; digitalni foto arhivi

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