National Memory Institute (Slovakia)
|Ústav pamäti národa|
|National memory overview|
The National Memory Institute (Slovak: Ústav pamäti národa) is a Slovak public institution that holds the police records of the fascist Slovak State and communist Czechoslovak Socialist Republic regimes that ruled Slovakia during the twentieth century. The Institute also promotes research into these periods of Slovak history and educates the general public of this history. The founder of the institute was Ján Langoš, who served as director until his death in a car crash in 2006.
- Nedelsky, Nadya (2016). ""The Struggle for the Memory of the Nation": Post-Communist Slovakia and its World War II Past". Human Rights Quarterly. 38 (4): 969–992. doi:10.1353/hrq.2016.0053.
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