The constructed Mennonite : history, memory, and the Second World War / Hans Werner.
"The constructed Mennonite is a unique account of a life shaped by Stalinism, Nazism, migration, famine, and war. It investigates the tenuous spaces where individual experiences inform and become public history; it studies the ways in which memory shapes identity, and reveals how context and audience shape autobiographical discourse"-- Back cover.
- Winnipeg, Manitoba : University of Manitoba Press, 
- Russia (Federation)
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