CORRECTING MEMORY ERRORS

Help the words to convey the truth to the future

"Remember" is a simple tool made to correct collective memory errors.

A spell-checker for most popular text editors that corrects
just one single mistake – the expression "Polish death camps".

To make the world remember that there were no Polish death camps.
Only German Nazi concentration and extermination camps.

e all have witnessed, many times, how Polish victims of German war crimes have felt drastically humiliated by this expression - above all, former prisoners of German concentration camps and prisons.

What’s worse, we’ve also seen many examples of how this lie has caused confusion in the minds of young people from other countries, ready to believe that those death camps were established and run by Poland and Poles. This allows the perpetrators to triumph, and condemns their victims to humiliation once again.

Piotr M. A. Cywiński, Director of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum
Marek Zając, Secretary of the International Auschwitz Council
Janusz Barszcz, Director of Gross-Rosen Museum in Rogoźnica.
Tomasz Hanejko, Director of the Museum–Memorial Site in Bełżec
Edward Kopówka, Director of the Museum of Struggle and Martyrdom in Treblinka
Tomasz Kranz, Director of the State Museum at Majdanek
Krzysztof Skwirowski, Director of the Museum of the Former Death Camp in Sobibor
Piotr Tarnowski, Director of the Stutthof State Museum in Sztutowo
Piotr Wąsowicz, Director of the Museum of the Former German Kulmhof Death Camp

The "B" in "Arbeit macht frei" inscription above the Auschwitz gate is said to be welded upside down in a prisoners’ silent protest against the Nazis’ cynical lie. Let the inverted "B" remember the world that the words can distort and insult the reality.

Automatic search - without context analysis
From October 2016

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Number of cases when the phrase "Polish death camp" was used in online articles and on social media.

If you see the expression "Polish death camp"
used in an article or on social media, send
the link to the application to the author
to help avoid falsifying history in the future.

Remember is add-in for all who write, developed to prevent usage of incorrect phrases:
“polish death camps” or “polish extermination camps”.
The tool finds incorrectly used phrase, underlines it and suggests correct replacement.

LANGUAGES:
Croatian, Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian,
Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Slovakian, Spanish and Swedish.

On Mac computers, it works in:

TextEdit, Keynote, Outlook,
Mail application and Safari browser.

 

After installing Remember go to System Preferences,
keyboard settings, then choose Text,
and language in use (REMEMBER).

 

See here how to do it.

DOWNLOAD FOR FREE

 

 

Recommended system requirements:

OX X El Capitan 10.11

Compatible with: OX X Mavericks 10.9

* Filename: Remember.pkg

* Size: 251 KB

FOR PC COMPUTERS:

DEVELOPED FOR MICROSOFT OFFICE WORD.

 

IT is a free add-in that finds automatically
(every 10 seconds) incorrectly used phrases,
underlinES them as errors and suggests
correct phrases.

 

See here how to do it.

DOWNLOAD FOR FREE

 

 

COMPATIBLE WITH: WIN7, WIN8.1, WIN10 AND OFFICE 2010+

* Filename: REMEMBER.zip

* Size: 1.60 mb

* reads/writes DOC (Word 6.0), RTF, WRI & TXT

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