The Communist Age in the East European Historiographies: Three Different Cases
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After 1989, the atmosphere of freedom, the opening of the archives, and the birth of new research institutes stimulated Eastern European historians to study the recent communist past of their respective countries. This enterprise was conditioned by both the different experiences of individual countries during the communist period, and the different paths that those countries followed in their transition from planned to market economy and from communism to democracy. The authors examine the cases of the Czech Republic, Romania and Bulgaria.