By Richard Ned Lebow,Wulf Kansteiner,Claudio Fogu,Heidemarie Uhl,Richard J. Golsan
An large advent includes reflections at the importance of Europeans’ thoughts of worldwide conflict II and a end presents an research of the results of the members’ findings for reminiscence stories. those items tease out the various findings universal to all seven nations: for example, in every one state, the last decade and a part among the past due Sixties and the mid-1980s was once the interval of such a lot profound swap within the politics of reminiscence. whilst, the members show that Europeans comprehend global struggle II basically via nationwide frames of reference, that are unusually diverse. thoughts of the conflict have vital ramifications for the democratization of vital and jap Europe and the consolidation of the ecu Union. This quantity clarifies how these thoughts are shaped and institutionalized.
Contributors. Claudio Fogu, Richard J. Golsan, Wulf Kansteiner, Richard Ned Lebow, Regula Ludi, Annamaria Orla-Bukowska, Heidemarie Uhl, Thomas C. Wolfe
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