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Local memory is a type of common memory and originates from memory studies. It defines a group’s memory, as it is ascribed to specific members of a community, specific places and time. Social life documents are carriers of popular information on specific memory places of a given region. From the point of view of time lapsing apart from a medium of communication they become a medium of local memory. The aim of the article is to analyse texts of social life documents referring to tourism as a medium creating local identity in the period of the Free City of Gdansk.
Keywords Gdańsk  collective memory  documents  history  tourism
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DOI 10.18778/1427-9665.14.12
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