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9781412804653

Memory and Totalitarianism

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    9781412804653

  • ISBN10:

    1412804655

  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2005-05-31
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Understanding Europe's past became an urgent matter with the events of August 1991 in Moscow, in the former Soviet Union. Th e invasion of Moscow's streets by Russian people rejecting an attempted coup d'tat was the culmination of a process that had been initiated years before and raised crucial questions: To what extent can these events be considered the end of an era stretching from World War I to the 1980s, when Europe experienced many forms of dictatorship? To what extent can the various forms of dictatorship Europe experienced in the twentieth century be grouped together? Can any sort of affi nity be established between them?

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Transaction Edition vii
RICHARD CROWNSHAW AND SELMA LEYDESDORFF
List of Contributors xix
1. Introduction
1(20)
LUISA PASSERINI
2. Antagonistic Memories: The Post-War Survival and Alienation of Jews and Germans
21(24)
FRANK STERN
3. Where Were You on 17 June? A Niche in Memory
45(26)
LUTZ NIETHAMMER
4. A German Generation of Reconstruction: The Children of the Weimar Republic in the GDR
71(18)
DOROTHEE WIERLING
5. After Glasnost: Oral History in the Soviet Union
89(14)
DARIA KHUBOVA, ANDREI IVANKIEV, and TONIA SHAROVA
6. The Gulag in Memory
103(14)
IRINA SHERBAKOVA
7. The Abduction of Imre Nagy and his Group: The 'Rashomon' Effect
117(8)
ANDRÁS KOVÁCS
8. Mujeres Fibres: The Preservation of Memory under the Politics of Repression in Spain
125(20)
MARTHA ACKELSBERG
9. A Shattered Silence: The Life Stories of Survivors of the Jewish Proletariat of Amsterdam
145(20)
SELMA LEYDESDORFF
10. Don't Forget: Fragments of a Negative Tradition 165
RENATE SIEBERT

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