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An educational kit on disinformation in a historical context. We invite you to use the guide, articles and lesson plans.



Disinformation and Fake News Versus Interpretational Disputes in History and Conflicts of Memory

What does a document do? Contextual information as an antidote for disinformation and manipulation

Historical Fallacies in Nazi Propaganda

Historical Fallacies in Communist Propaganda

Historical Negationism with Regard to Nazi and Communist Crimes

Examples of Great Falsifications in 20th-century History

How Historians Verify Information

How Journalists Verify Information

Information (Filter) Bubbles


America’s Countering Soviet Disinformation in the 1980s

A Lesson from the Cold War

Mechanisms of Rumour Spreading

Russia’s Twitter Propaganda

Change and Continuity: The Second World War in the Memory of Russians and in Russian Politics

The Case of Russian ‘Archive Websites’

Outstanding Work in the Service of Propaganda: the Case of Mikhail Romm’s ‘The Dream’

Analysis of Vladimir Putin’s article ‘The Real Lessons of the 75th Anniversary of the Second World War’

Remembering the Katyn Massacre as an Example of an Effective Struggle Against Historical Disinformation

NO to Disinformation

Contemporary Disinformation



NO to Disinformation


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