The End of the First World War: Similarities and Differences in the Historical Consciousness of Two Countries

The event is organized by The Serbian Embassy

November 09th, 2018
Rikard Berisha, News from Berlin
20181109_The End of the First World War.jpg

The event which will be part of a series of events designed to discuss different cultures and how they remember the First World War, will be organized on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War in Europe.

In 1918 the First World War ended, but that did not signal the end of every violent conflict in Europe. The German People‘s League will discuss this period in a series of events organized with the help of the embassies of different countries in Berlin. This allows a multi-perspective view on the matter.

This particular event will try to bring in light the differences and similarities of the German and Serbian remembrance cultures and analyze them based on the basis of their respective historical experiences.

The relevance of this particular period for today’s bilateral relationships between the two countries will also be discussed focusing on the European context, war and peace, democracy and participation and the mutual understanding of European countries.

The event will take place on the 22nd of November 2018 at 6 PM at Schiffbauerdamm 40 / Ecke Reinhardtstraße. 55, 10117 Berlin . To register you need to write to :  .


News from Berlin