The State Archives of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance and the Estonian Institute of Historical Memory kindly invite you to join the exhibition opening of ‘COMMUNISM = RASHISM’ on Friday, December 2nd at 1 p.m. in front of Tallinn Writers House (Harju St 24/26).
In 2022, Ukrainians came to fully understand the true essence of Russia’s idea of the ‘Russian world’. This ideology can be summed up in one word – ‘Rashism’. The phenomenon of ‘Rashism’ is not unique to the present day, it is something that began with communism; in fact the purpose and actions of both phenomena are the same. The photo-documentary exhibition ‘COMMUNISM = RASHISM’ is based on personal stories, and demonstrates that Russia’s bloody methods have not changed.
The exhibition will be opened by the curator and director of the State Archives of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance Mr. Ihor Kulyk and the Chair of the Board of the Estonian Institute of Historical Memory Mr. Meelis Maripuu.
The online version of the exhibition is available here.
The exhibition has been compiled by the State Archives of the Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance. The exhibition is in Estonian and English.