Denkmal Der Namen In Villach Memorial

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Whilst one can argue that the memorials in Carinthia are at risk becoming absent and overlooked, a number of them do serve an important purpose. A memorials primary function is to provide a place for mourning and grief; in instances such as the Holocaust many victims did not receive graves and these memorials allow surviving kin a place to mourn. Both the Denkmal der Namen in Villach and the Opfer für ein freies Österreich 1938-1945’ in Annabichl are prime examples of this commemoration. This type of memorialisation runs the risk of neglecting the importance of prevention in favour of commemoration. Memorials should seek to both commemorate and inform future generations of the past. They should encourage questions as to why a memorial was

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