Experience and Memory

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List of Illustrations
Abbreviations

Chapter 1. A New Perspective on the War
Henry Rousso

Chapter 2. Conceptualizing the Occupations of Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands (1933–1944)
Benoît Majerus

Chapter 3. The Role of the War in National Societies: The Examples of Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands
Chantal Kesteloot

Chapter 4. Myths and Realities of the “People’s War” in Britain
John Ramsden

Chapter 5. “We Can Take It!” Britain and the Memory of the Home front in the Second World War
Mark Connelly

Chapter 6. Experience and Memory: The Second World War in Poland
Piotr Madajczyk

Chapter 7. Remembering and Researching the War: The Soviet and Russian Experience
Sergei Kudryashov

Chapter 8. Bombing and Land War in Italy: Military Strategy, Reactions, and Collective Memory
Gabriella Gribaudi

Chapter 9. Italy as Occupier in the Balkans: Remembrances and War Crimes after 1945
Filippo Focardi

Chapter 10. Brest under Bombardment (1940–1944): Being in War
Pierre Le Goïc

Chapter 11. Experiences of War, Memories of War, and Political Behavior: The Example of the French Communist Party
Philippe Buton

Chapter 12. The Air War, the Public, and Cycles of Memory
Dietmar Süß

Chapter 13. The Long Shadows of the Second World War: The Impact of Experiences and Memories of War on West German Societies
Axel Schildt

Chapter 14. The War in Postwar Society: The Role of the Second World War in Public and Private Spheres in the Soviet Occupation Zone and Early GDR
Dorothee Wierling

Chapter 15. Violence and Victimhood: Looking Back at the World Wars in Europe
Richard Bessel

Chapter 16. The Meanings of the Second World War in Contemporary European History
Jörg Echternkamp and Stefan Martens

Notes on Contributors
Selected Bibliography
Index

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  • Experience and Memory
  • List of Illustrations
    Abbreviations

    Chapter 1. A New Perspective on the War
    Henry Rousso

    Chapter 2. Conceptualizing the Occupations of Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands (1933–1944)
    Benoît Majerus

    Chapter 3. The Role of the War in National Societies: The Examples of Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands
    Chantal Kesteloot

    Chapter 4. Myths and Realities of the “People’s War” in Britain
    John Ramsden

    Chapter 5. “We Can Take It!” Britain and the Memory of the Home front in the Second World War
    Mark Connelly

    Chapter 6. Experience and Memory: The Second World War in Poland
    Piotr Madajczyk

    Chapter 7. Remembering and Researching the War: The Soviet and Russian Experience
    Sergei Kudryashov

    Chapter 8. Bombing and Land War in Italy: Military Strategy, Reactions, and Collective Memory
    Gabriella Gribaudi

    Chapter 9. Italy as Occupier in the Balkans: Remembrances and War Crimes after 1945
    Filippo Focardi

    Chapter 10. Brest under Bombardment (1940–1944): Being in War
    Pierre Le Goïc

    Chapter 11. Experiences of War, Memories of War, and Political Behavior: The Example of the French Communist Party
    Philippe Buton

    Chapter 12. The Air War, the Public, and Cycles of Memory
    Dietmar Süß

    Chapter 13. The Long Shadows of the Second World War: The Impact of Experiences and Memories of War on West German Societies
    Axel Schildt

    Chapter 14. The War in Postwar Society: The Role of the Second World War in Public and Private Spheres in the Soviet Occupation Zone and Early GDR
    Dorothee Wierling

    Chapter 15. Violence and Victimhood: Looking Back at the World Wars in Europe
    Richard Bessel

    Chapter 16. The Meanings of the Second World War in Contemporary European History
    Jörg Echternkamp and Stefan Martens

    Notes on Contributors
    Selected Bibliography
    Index