The new blog post traces back the fate of the “lion monument”, erected as a war memorial in Deutsch Krone in 1925, and toppled down in the postwar Wałcz. The author asks the question of the meanings inscribed into the monument by both, prewar German inhabitants of the town and postwar Polish inhabitants. She delves into the question of what was the aim of erecting war memorials, and what happened to the German heritage in the years following the incorporation of Central Pomerania into Poland.  

Link to the text you can find here.