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Exhibition: Totalitarianism in Europe

This exhibition was launched on 2 December 2014 by Minister of State, Aodhan O'Riordan and is now open to the public as follows:  Tuesday 2 December, 2pm-4pm, Wednesday and Thursday 3 and 4 December 10am - 4pm at the European Parliament Information Office, 43 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.    The exhibition is dedicated to the memory of the human lives and ethnic and cultural diversity of 20th century Europe lost to totalitarianism.  

The various crimes of the different regimes over seven decades are summarised in specially designed panels as are the roles of the prime leaders and enforcers. The exhibition aims to contribute towards the international condemnation of all forms of totalitarianism. A free brochure of the panels is also available to visitors.  This is the first time the exhibition has been shown in Western Europe.