Commemorating war : the politics of memory / Timothy G. Ashplant, Graham Dawson, Michael Roper, editors Roper, Michael, 1959-

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Memory - Social aspects.; War and society.; SOCIAL SCIENCE / General.
  • Cover Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Part I Framing the issues
  • 1 The politics of war memory and commemoration: Contexts, structures and dynamics
  • 2 Layers of memories: Twenty years after in Argentina
  • 3 The South African War/Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902 and political memory in South Africa
  • 4 National narratives, war commemoration and racial exclusion in a settler society: The Australian case
  • 5 'This is where they fought': Finnish war landscapes as a national heritage
  • 6 Remembered/replayed: The nation and male subjectivity in the Second World War films Ni Liv (Norway) and The Cruel Sea (Britain)
  • 7 Postmemory cinema: Second-generation Israelis screen the Holocaust in Don't Touch My Holocaust
  • 8 Hauntings: Memory, fiction and the Portuguese colonial wars
  • 9 Longing for war: Nostalgia and Australian returned soldiers after the First World War
  • 10 Involuntary commemorations: Post-traumatic stress disorder and its relationship to war commemoration
  • Part III Debates and reviews
  • 11 War commemoration in Western Europe: Changing meanings, divisive loyalties, unheard voices
  • Index.
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