Historical Memory Symbols Database of Eastern Europe as a Region of ‘Interaction’

From the 17th to the 19th century, Eastern Europe was the frontline for multiple powers. The interactions between states, changes in national boundaries, and spheres of influence during this period greatly influenced and shaped the historical memory of the region. Amidst dramatic changes in time and space, the localized memory of Eastern Europe has been subjected to the specific effects of changing interactions and the formation of local memory symbols. The database selects Eastern Europe, labelled as the 'Broken Zone', and collects original and rich multilingual archival materials during the historical periods of change. The related research aims to accurately grasp the details of the history of Eastern Europe and provide a reference for the current situation research.