What kind of memory do the younger generations need to understand the current history in Romania? It is obvious that for the Internet generation, emotional memory would make little sense. Informational memory, however, would appeal to them, and, since it could be invested with ethical, moral overtones, it could be deployed for therapeutical rather than justitiary purposes. Last but not least, perhaps a genuinely true memory to recommend to the younger generations is resistance memory, which could become a support for the ethical memory. This is not a mechanism or strategy of captatio benevolentiae, but young generations, not only in Romania but all across Eastern Europe, need such a clue and a key to understanding the recent history of their countries.