The website illustrates the life path and evolution of Franjo Tuđman’s ideas. Tuđman was a historian and politician who was twice sentenced to prison and banned from engaging in any public activity because he published and defended the results of his historical research, which contradicted the prevailing narrative promoted by the regime. The website contains digitised photographs, excerpts from Tuđman's diary, manuscripts and published works. The material testifies to his academic and political activities and his transformation from a relatively high-level communist official to a party dissident and finally the leader of the political opposition which overthrew the communist regime in Croatia.
- Zagreb, Croatia
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The ‘Fuck 89’ collection is an archive of Warsaw anarchistic movement from the last years of state socialism and the beginning of capitalism. It documents activities of groups such as A-Cykliści (A-Cyclists), Alternative Society Movement, Wolność i Pokój (Freedom and Peace), Intercity Anarchist Federation, and others.
From 1938 until 1978 (i.e. under different political regimes, namely those of Horthy, Rákosi, and Kádár), a unique summer festival of sorts (“nyaraltatás”) was held not far from Budapest on the shores of Lake Bánk (over the course of 40 years, more than 800 children took part in the festivals). It was organized by Eszter Leveleki in the spirit of the reform pedagogy movements of the1920s and 1930s. The festivals were a separate and liberal universe which was shaped by certain cultural (roleplaying) and collective practices. Accordingly, they ignored and implicitly challenged the dominant cultural-social norms. The tangible heritage of the festivals (e.g. various objects and items) has been preserved by the participants, especially by private collectors Ferenc Fábri and Ferenc Háber.