From 1976 to1983, Argentina was controlled by a ruthless military dictatorship that traumatized its citizens through kidnappings, torture, and killings. Instead of forgetting these atrocities, the Argentine population opted for remembering them. But, how is the memory of the military dictatorship in Argentina preserved? Based on personal accounts, I can ascertain that the memory of the history of the military dictatorship is preserved to a great extent through education, entertainment, social justice movements, and memory spaces. The Argentine people have gained a sense of pride in openly acknowledging the tragedies of the past through social outlets and public spaces to heal the wounds of their past and strive towards a stronger future. The Argentine experience emphasizes the fact that Argentines never again want to deal with misinformation, manipulation, and erasure of the past. Thus, they set an important example of how to avoid having history repeat itself.