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Justice, politics and memory in Europe after the Second World War / edited by Suzanne Bardgett ... [et al.].

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D804.18 .J87 2011

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    Series
    Landscapes after battle ; v. 2
    Format
    Book
    Published
    London ; Portland, OR : Vallentine Mitchell, 2011
    Locale
    Europe
    Contents
    Introduction : survivors and survival in Europe after the Second World War / Jessica Reinisch
    Victim nationality in US and British military trials : Hadamar, Dachau, Belsen / Michael Bryant and Wolfgang Form
    Nameless victims : Nazi human experiments on Russians in the Second World War : statistics, stories and stereotypes / Nichola Hunt
    Occupiers, Nazi robbery and a restitution law for the whole of Germany : missed early opportunities or historical inevitabilities? / Jeff Porter
    'The treatment is no different to Hitler's direction' : compensation measures for Austrian 'Gypsies' after 1945 exemplified by Opferfürsorge applications in the Province of Styria / Andrea Strutz
    Once again trapped by German bureaucracy : implementing the Ghetto Pension Act / Stephan Lehnstaedt
    A new look at some old memoirs : early narratives of Nazi persecution and genocide / David Cesarani
    Collective memory and national identity construction : Polish survivors' records in Sweden / Izabela A. Dahl
    On the complexity of 'collective memory' : the case of B̨edzin / Mary Fulbrook
    Memory of the Shoah in the Italian Jewish press (1945-65) / Elena Mazzini
    'Children of the resistance' and their relationship to politics after 1945 / Dieter Nelles, Armin Nolzen and Heinz Sünker
    From atrocity to action : how Soviet cinema initiated the Holocaust film : imagining the unimaginable in a Soviet context / Jeremy Hicks
    Legacy through the language and photography of an Auschwitz survivor / Hanna K. Ulatowska and Danuta Kądzielawa
    A child survives in Drohobycz : the story behind Alicia Melamed Adams's paintings / Suzanne Bardgett
    Remembrance of Soviet prisoners of war in northern and central Europe / Marianne Neerland Soleim
    Contested memory : East German representations of Weimarer Klassik and Gedenkstätte Buchenwald / Elizabeth Harrington Lambert
    National memorials, local memories : bystanders to concentration camps after the war / Helen Whatmore.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Bardgett, Suzanne.
    Cesarani, David.
    Reinisch, Jessica.
    Steinert, Johannes-Dieter, 1955-
    Notes
    Based on papers from the third international conference in the series Beyond camps and forced labour held at the Imperial War Museum, London, 7-9 January 2009.
    Includes bibliographical references.
    Introduction : survivors and survival in Europe after the Second World War / Jessica Reinisch -- Victim nationality in US and British military trials : Hadamar, Dachau, Belsen / Michael Bryant and Wolfgang Form -- Nameless victims : Nazi human experiments on Russians in the Second World War : statistics, stories and stereotypes / Nichola Hunt -- Occupiers, Nazi robbery and a restitution law for the whole of Germany : missed early opportunities or historical inevitabilities? / Jeff Porter -- 'The treatment is no different to Hitler's direction' : compensation measures for Austrian 'Gypsies' after 1945 exemplified by Opferfürsorge applications in the Province of Styria / Andrea Strutz -- Once again trapped by German bureaucracy : implementing the Ghetto Pension Act / Stephan Lehnstaedt -- A new look at some old memoirs : early narratives of Nazi persecution and genocide / David Cesarani -- Collective memory and national identity construction : Polish survivors' records in Sweden / Izabela A. Dahl -- On the complexity of 'collective memory' : the case of B̨edzin / Mary Fulbrook -- Memory of the Shoah in the Italian Jewish press (1945-65) / Elena Mazzini -- 'Children of the resistance' and their relationship to politics after 1945 / Dieter Nelles, Armin Nolzen and Heinz Sünker -- From atrocity to action : how Soviet cinema initiated the Holocaust film : imagining the unimaginable in a Soviet context / Jeremy Hicks -- Legacy through the language and photography of an Auschwitz survivor / Hanna K. Ulatowska and Danuta Kądzielawa -- A child survives in Drohobycz : the story behind Alicia Melamed Adams's paintings / Suzanne Bardgett -- Remembrance of Soviet prisoners of war in northern and central Europe / Marianne Neerland Soleim -- Contested memory : East German representations of Weimarer Klassik and Gedenkstätte Buchenwald / Elizabeth Harrington Lambert -- National memorials, local memories : bystanders to concentration camps after the war / Helen Whatmore.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780853039426
    0853039429
    Physical Description
    xx, 360 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.

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