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Politics of Memory and the State of Education Before and After Poland Regains Independence Using the Example of the City of Białystok – Contexts of Regional Education
Acta Universitatis Nicolai Copernici Pedagogika
In this paper, we attempt to present how dominant countries weave memory policy in their educational activity in order to gain control over the members of subordinate groups. This is an important topic in the context of the 100th anniversary of Poland's independence being celebrated this year. We refer to the educational policy of the invaders to Poles and the Polish state towards minorities in the interwar period. We will illustrate this through the example of Białystok, the city ofdoi:10.12775/aunc_ped.2018.003 fatcat:72jkuv6255akfo3mgoqtsugawq