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MEMORIES OF WORLD WAR II AND ITS AFTERMATH: BY A LITTLE GIRL GROWING UP IN BERLIN is a terrific autobiography that brings insight from a person looking back to her childhood in war wracked Berlin. The numerous black and white pictures add depth to the period. Inge E.
Stanneck Gross provides a different perspective, that of a frightened innocent /5(6). Memories of World War II And Its Aftermath: is the autobiography of Inge Stanneck Gross who grew up as a little girl in Berlin, Germany and experienced the ravages of Hitler's Third Reich and the struggle to rebuild a divided post-war Germany.
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[Inge Erika Gross]. The presentation of Europe's immediate historical past has quite dramatically changed. Conventional depictions of occupation and collaboration in World War II, of wartime resistance and post-war renewal, provided the familiar backdrop against which the chronicle of post-war Europe has mostly been by: Contested Memories: Poles and Jews during the Holocaust and its Aftermath.
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Paulsson, and Michael C. was edited by Joshua D. Zimmerman. The politics of retribution in Europe: World War II and its aftermath User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. This outstanding collection of essays examines the questions of collaboration and retributive jurisprudence in the aftermath of World War II.
For civilians, collaboration emerges as "a vastly more Read full review. The questions, Memories of World War II and Its Aftermath book topics, and reading list that follow are intended to enhance your reading group’s discussion of The Aftermath, award-winning author Rhidian Brook’s courageous, emotionally gripping new novel set in Germany during the tumultuous year following the /5(16).
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Since the end of. The volume focuses on how, where, and to what effect World War II has been remembered. The editors discuss how World War II in particular continues to be a point of reference across the political spectrum and not only in Europe. It will be of interest for those interested in popular culture, World War II history, and national identity studies.
The strength of The War of Our Childhood is that it is a reminder, if one is needed, that the effects of conflict on the next generation are deeply and permanently felt.
For that reason it should be read, lest we forget. (Washington Post Book World)All these years later the stories of the twenty-seven children, now in their senior years, ring with a truth and simplicity that contrast with the /5(30). Inge E. Stanneck Gross is the author of Memories of World War II and Its Aftermath ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ) and Memories of 5/5.
For those interested in World War II and its aftermath, this book provides insights into the lives of German children during the war.
Since I was a child during the war in the US, the comparison of the lives of me and my friends with those of these German children is stark and moving.
The book presents yet another perspective on the war/5(26). Foreword by Michael LambekThe death and destruction of war leave behind scars and fears that can last for generations.
This book considers the connections between memory and violence in the wake of World War ng the range of European experiences from East to West, Memory and World War II takes a long-term approach to the study of trauma at the local level.
It challenges the. ISWD Roundtable: World War II and the Aftermath of the Present Crisis. The book my adviser sent me to find, whose name I have long forgotten, detailed the USES strategy for avoiding a repeat of the previous generation’s mistakes.
Every day, memories of World War II—its sights and sounds, its terrors and triumphs—disappear. Give Today. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary The presentation of Europe's historical past has changed - it was possible to conceal the fact that the majority of people actively co-operated or accommodated Nazi rule.
This collection unravells the moral and political choices facing European governments in the aftermath of World War II. (source: Nielsen. The War of Our Childhood: Memories of World War II Hardcover – 30 Sept. For those interested in World War II and its aftermath, this book provides insights into the lives of German children during the war.
Since I was a child during the war in the US, the comparison of the lives of me and my friends with those of these German /5(26). The situation of Polish Jews deteriorated sharply following Marshal Józef PiŁsudski's death in May As long as PiŁsudski was in power many Jews believed he was the only figure capable of maintaining public order and restraining antisemitic currents flowing deep within Polish society at .Book Description: The presentation of Europe's immediate historical past has quite dramatically changed.
Conventional depictions of occupation and collaboration in World War II, of wartime resistance and post-war renewal, provided the familiar backdrop against which .The Politics of Retribution in Europe: World War II and Its Aftermath - Ebook written by István Deák, Jan Gross, Tony Judt.
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