Art-historical methods along with historical research are used to explore the ideological character of each nation’s cemeteries.
[…]The paper analyses the diminishment of the importance of the medieval tower houses in Trogir caused by social, political, and economic changes as well as by the urban development and the changes in the city defence system.
[…]Until the German reunification, public perception of the graves and cemeteries of Russian prisoners of war has been rather marginal in both German states, in Europe and in the Soviet Union.
[…]In 1936, the National Socialist government of the province of Upper Silesia commissioned the Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge (German War Graves Commission) to build a memorial to the German Freikorps fighters.
The building, completed in 1938, was located on the Annaberg in Upper Silesia […].