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Prisoners of war, prisoners of peace : captivity, homecoming, and memory in World War II / edited by Bob Moore & Barbara Hately-Broad.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: D805.A2 P756 2005

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    Overview

    Format
    Book
    Published
    Oxford ; New York : Berg, c2005
    Edition
    English ed
    Contents
    Overview / Pieter Lagrou
    The repatriation of prisoners of war once hostilities are over / Rüdiger Overmans
    British perceptions of Italian prisoners of war, 1940-7 / Bob Moore
    Hatred within limits / Jerzy Kochanowski
    Japanese deserters and prisoners of war in the Battle of Okinawa / Hirofumi Hayashi
    Re-educating the German prisoners of war / Andreas Hilger
    Anti-fascist propaganda among Italian prisoners of war in the USSR, 1941-6 / Maria Theresa Giusti
    The nucleus of a new German ideology? the re-education of German prisoners of war in the United States during World War II / Matthias Reiss
    Belated homecomings / Yoshikuni Igarashi
    The internment of returning Soviet prisoners of war after 1945 / Pavel Polian
    Coping in Britain and France / Barbara Hately-Broad
    After the Burma-Thailand railway / Mariska Heijmans-Van Bruggen
    Languages of memory / Svenja Goltermann
    Retaining integrity? sex, race and gender in narratives of western women detained by the Japanese in World War II / Christina Twomey
    Prisoners of war in Australian national memory / Joan Beaumont.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Moore, Bob, 1954-
    Hately-Broad, Barbara.
    International Committee for the History of the Second World War.
    Notes
    Revisions of papers presented at a conference organized by the International Committee for the History of the Second World War in Hamburg in July, 2002.
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 195-247) and index.
    Overview / Pieter Lagrou -- The repatriation of prisoners of war once hostilities are over / Rüdiger Overmans -- British perceptions of Italian prisoners of war, 1940-7 / Bob Moore -- Hatred within limits / Jerzy Kochanowski -- Japanese deserters and prisoners of war in the Battle of Okinawa / Hirofumi Hayashi -- Re-educating the German prisoners of war / Andreas Hilger -- Anti-fascist propaganda among Italian prisoners of war in the USSR, 1941-6 / Maria Theresa Giusti -- The nucleus of a new German ideology? the re-education of German prisoners of war in the United States during World War II / Matthias Reiss -- Belated homecomings / Yoshikuni Igarashi -- The internment of returning Soviet prisoners of war after 1945 / Pavel Polian -- Coping in Britain and France / Barbara Hately-Broad -- After the Burma-Thailand railway / Mariska Heijmans-Van Bruggen -- Languages of memory / Svenja Goltermann -- Retaining integrity? sex, race and gender in narratives of western women detained by the Japanese in World War II / Christina Twomey -- Prisoners of war in Australian national memory / Joan Beaumont.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    1845201566
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    xviii, 270 p. ; 24 cm.

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