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European Identity and the Second World War.

By: Spiering, Menno.
Contributor(s): Wintle, Michael.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011Description: 1 online resource (291 p.).ISBN: 9780230306943.Subject(s): Europe --Civilization --1945- | European cooperation --History | Group identity --Europe | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) --Influence | Human rights --Europe | National characteristics, European | War and society --Europe | World War, 1939-1945 --Influence | World War, 1939-1945 --Social aspects --EuropeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: European Identity and the Second World WarDDC classification: 940.53 | 940.53/4 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Preface; Contributors; Editor's Introduction Ideals, Identity and War: the Idea of Europe, 1939-70; Part I World War II, Europe and Human Rights; 1 Human Rights and European Identity since World War II: Vergangenheitsbewältigung through Law; 2 Before Integration: Human Rights and Post-War Europe; 3 From War Talk to Rights Talk:* Exile Politics, Human Rights, and the Two World Wars; Part II Reflections: Narratives of European Civilization and World War II; 4 Myth and History in European Post-War History Writing
5 From Nazi Legacy to Cold War: British Perceptions of European Identity, 1945-54*6 The Nordic Way Out: Europe in Danish Literature after the Second World War; 7 'Europe is the Country of the Spirit': Albert Camus and Europeanism in France, 1944-7; Part III Visions: Plans for a New Europe after World War II; 8 The Ventotene Manifesto: the Crisis of the Nation State and the Political Identity of Europe; 9 Max Kohnstamm's New Europe; 10 Atoms for Europe; 11 Before Self-Reflexivity: Imperialism and Colonialism in the Early Discourses of European Integration
Part IV Shoah, War and European Civilization12 Holocaust Literature and the Shaping of European Identity after the Second World War: the Case of Jorge Semprún; 13 Goodbye to All That? Jewish Views of Europe after 1945; 14 Language Out of Darkness: George Steiner Speaking the Unspeakable; References; Index
Summary: The two concepts at the centre of this book: Europe, and the Second World War, are constantly changing in public perception. Now that 'Europe' is an even more contested idea than ever, this volume informs the current discourse on European identity by analysing Europe's reaction to the tragedy, heroism and disgrace of the Second World War.
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Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Preface; Contributors; Editor's Introduction Ideals, Identity and War: the Idea of Europe, 1939-70; Part I World War II, Europe and Human Rights; 1 Human Rights and European Identity since World War II: Vergangenheitsbewältigung through Law; 2 Before Integration: Human Rights and Post-War Europe; 3 From War Talk to Rights Talk:* Exile Politics, Human Rights, and the Two World Wars; Part II Reflections: Narratives of European Civilization and World War II; 4 Myth and History in European Post-War History Writing

5 From Nazi Legacy to Cold War: British Perceptions of European Identity, 1945-54*6 The Nordic Way Out: Europe in Danish Literature after the Second World War; 7 'Europe is the Country of the Spirit': Albert Camus and Europeanism in France, 1944-7; Part III Visions: Plans for a New Europe after World War II; 8 The Ventotene Manifesto: the Crisis of the Nation State and the Political Identity of Europe; 9 Max Kohnstamm's New Europe; 10 Atoms for Europe; 11 Before Self-Reflexivity: Imperialism and Colonialism in the Early Discourses of European Integration

Part IV Shoah, War and European Civilization12 Holocaust Literature and the Shaping of European Identity after the Second World War: the Case of Jorge Semprún; 13 Goodbye to All That? Jewish Views of Europe after 1945; 14 Language Out of Darkness: George Steiner Speaking the Unspeakable; References; Index

The two concepts at the centre of this book: Europe, and the Second World War, are constantly changing in public perception. Now that 'Europe' is an even more contested idea than ever, this volume informs the current discourse on European identity by analysing Europe's reaction to the tragedy, heroism and disgrace of the Second World War.

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MATTHEW D'AURIA Teaching Fellow in the German Department, Centre for European Studies at University College London, UK ANNEMARIE VAN HEERIKHUIZEN Lecturer in the Department of European Studies, the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands JAN IFVERSEN Associate Professor of European Studies and Head of History and Regional Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark HENK VAN DER LIET Chair in Scandinavian Studies, the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands MANET VAN MONTFRANS Lecturer in Modern European and French Literature, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands HELLE PORSDAM Chair of American Studies, the University of Copenhagen, Denmark WOLFGANG SCHMALE Chair in Modern and Contemporary History, Vienna University, Austria HAGEN SCHULZ-FORBERG Assistant Professor in International History, Aarhus University, Denmark KAREN-MARGRETHE L. SIMONSEN Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, Aarhus University, Denmark RICARDO GIL SOEIRO Researcher, the Centre for Comparative Studies, the University of Lisbon, Portugal MENNO SPIERING Lecturer in the Department of European Studies, the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands WENDY WEBSTER Professor of Contemporary British History, the University of Central Lancashire, UK JAY WINTER Charles J. Stille Professor of History, Yale University, USA MICHAEL WINTLE Professor of European History, the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands IRENE ZWIEP Chair in Hebrew and Jewish studies, the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

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