The Legacy of Nazi Occupation : Patriotic Memory and National Recovery in Western Europe, 1945-1965
By: Lagrou, Pieter.
Contributor(s): Winter, Jay | Kennedy, Paul | Prost, Antoine | Sivan, Emmanuel.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999Description: 1 online resource (343 p.).ISBN: 9780511048111.Subject(s): Memory | Reconstruction (1939-1951)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Legacy of Nazi Occupation : Patriotic Memory and National Recovery in Western Europe, 1945-1965DDC classification: 940.55 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Half-title; Series-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Diagrams; Figures; Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Introduction; Part I Troublesome heroes: the post-war treatment of resistance veterans; 1 Appropriating victory and re-establishing the state; 2 Heroes of a nation: Belgium and France; 3 A nation of heroes: the Netherlands; Part II Repatriating displaced populations from Germany; 4 Displaced populations; 5 The challenge to the post-war state: Belgium and the Netherlands; 6 Pétain's exiles and De Gaulle's deportees; Part III The legacy of forced economic migration
7 Labour and total war8 Moral panic: 'the soap, the suit and above all the Bible'; 9 Patriotic scrutiny; 10 'Deportation': the defence of the labour conscripts; Part IV Martyrs and other victims of Nazi persecution; 11 Plural persecutions; 12 National martyrdom; 13 Patriotic memories and the genocide; 14 Remembering the war and legitimising the post-war international order; Conclusion; Bibliography; UNPUBLISHED SOURCES; PUBLISHED SOURCES; Index
This book analyses how France, Belgium and the Netherlands emerged from the Second World War. Pieter Lagrou offers a genuinely comparative approach, based on extensive archival research. Brilliantly researched and fluently written, this book will be of central interest to all scholars and students of twentieth-century European history.
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