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Crimes of war : guilt and denial in the twentieth century

Author: Omer Bartov; Atina Grossmann; Mary Nolan
Publisher: New York : New Press : Distributed by W.W. Norton & Co., 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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How do societies remember, or forget, the wartime atrocities their soldiers and citizens may have committed? Offering a comparative insight, this book includes original essays on the United States in Vietnam and Korea, the Japanese in China, and the Germans during the Second World War.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Omer Bartov; Atina Grossmann; Mary Nolan
ISBN: 1565846540 9781565846548 1565848144 9781565848146
OCLC Number: 47271539
Description: xxxiv, 344 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: War and war crimes : a brief history / Aryeh Neier --
On war crimes / Jan Philipp Reemtsma --
The Wehrmacht, German society, and the knowledge of the mass extermination of the Jews / Saul Friedländer --
The Wehrmacht in Serbia revisited / Christopher R. Browning --
The Wehrmacht exhibition controversy : the politics of evidence / Omer Bartov --
Złoczów, July 1941 : the Wehrmacht and the beginning of the Holocaust in Galicia : from a criticism of photographs to a revision of the past / Bernd Boll --
Nazi photographs in post-Holocaust art : gender as an idiom of memorialization / Marianne Hirsch --
"During total war, we girls want to be where we can really accomplish something" : what women do in wartime / Gudrun Schwarz --
Between amnesty and anti-communism : the West German Kameradenschinder trials, 1948-1960 / Frank Biess --
"In a thousand years, every German will speak of this battle" : celluloid memories of Stalingrad / Robert G. Moeller --
When memory counts : war, genocide, and postwar Soviet Jewry / Amir Weiner --
"An aptitude for being unloved" : war and memory in Japan / John W. Dower --
An incident at No Gun Ri / Marilyn Young.
Responsibility: [edited by] Omer Bartov, Atina Grossman, Mary Nolan.
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