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    • Knegt, Daniel (2017)
      Despite the recent rise in studies that approach fascism as a transnational phenomenon, the links between fascism and internationalist intellectual currents have only received scant attention. This book explores the political ...
    • Porter, Edgar A. (2007-01-01)
      This book presents an unforgettable up-close account of the effects of World War II and the subsequent American occupation on Oita prefecture, through firsthand accounts from more than forty Japanese men and women who lived ...
    • Heinemann, Monika; Schulze Wessel, Martin; Brunnbauer, Ulf (2017)
      Die Studie vollzieht die Entwicklung des polnischen historischen Selbstbildes in Bezug auf den Zweiten Weltkrieg nach, wie es in Geschichtsmuseen über einen Zeitraum von drei Jahrzehnten hinweg bis in die Gegenwart ...
    • Lim, Jie-Hyun; Rosenhaft, Eve (2021)
      This open access book provides a concise introduction to a critical development in memory studies. A global memory formation has emerged since the 1990s, in which memories of traumatic histories in different parts of the ...
    • Brooks, Jane (2019)
      Negotiating nursing explores how the Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service (Q.A.s) salvaged men within the sensitive gender negotiations of what should and could constitute nursing work and where that ...
    • Annie Kwai, Anna (2017)
      The Solomon Islands Campaign of World War II has been the subject of many published historical accounts. Most of these accounts present an ‘outsider’ perspective with limited reference to the contribution of indigenous ...
    • Reinisch, Jessica (2013)
      When the war was over in 1945, Germany was a country with no government, little functioning infrastructure, millions of refugees and homeless people, and huge foreign armies living largely off the land. Large parts of the ...
    • Jaeger, Stephan (2020)
      The Second World War is omnipresent in contemporary memory debates. As the war fades from living memory, this study is the first to systematically analyze how Second World War museums allow prototypical visitors to comprehend ...
    • Grove, Philip D.; Grove, Mark J.; Finlan, Alastair (2003)
      This volume provides a comprehensive guide to three major theaters of combat: the Atlantic, the Mediterranean, and the Indian Ocean. The war at sea was a critical contest, as sea-lanes provided the logistical arteries for ...
    • Borggräfe, Henning; Höschler, Christian; Panek, Isabel (2020)
      After World War II, tracing and documenting Nazi victims emerged against the background of millions of missing persons and early compensation proceedings. This was a process in which the Allies, international aid organizations, ...
    • Medzini, Meron (2016-10-15)
      Even before Japan joined Nazi Germany in the Axis Alliance, its leaders clarified to the Nazi regime that the attitude of the Japanese government and people to the Jews was totally different than that of the official German ...
    • Russell, Nestar (2019)
      Horrified by the Holocaust, social psychologist Stanley Milgram wondered if he could recreate the Holocaust in the laboratory setting. Unabated for more than half a century, his (in)famous results have continued to intrigue ...