October 2012, Polity
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- A highly original analysis of the murder of more than 21,000 Polish prisoners in Russia in the spring of 1940, its cover up and its subsequent unravelling
- A major contribution to the growing literature on history and cultural memory, developing the idea of ‘memory wars’
- Written by an outstanding group of scholars working with one of the leading figures in the field
- This book will be invaluable to scholars and students of memory studies and post-communist Eastern Europe and post-Soviet Russia