English, Article edition: The Netherlands and the memory of the Second World War von der Dunk; Hermann W.

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  • The Netherlands and the memory of the Second World War
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  • von der Dunk
  • Hermann W.
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  • The memory of the German occupation in the Netherlands has been rather tenacious, compared to neighbour-countries. This can be explained by some specific features of Dutch history and society and by the long period of an undisturbed neutrality and peace. The traditional religious and political pluralism and tolerance generated a culture of political introspection and a strong belief in the universal validity of moral values, which was extremely ill prepared to meet the Nazi-system of brute force and terror.
  • RePEc:cup:eurrev:v:4:y:1996:i:03:p:221-239_00
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