War, Culture and Memory

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Open University, 2003 - Memory - 369 pages
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During the Twentieth century, Europe was a major theatre of conflict.This book explores the legacy of the two World Wars, the Cold War and the wars that followed the break-up of Yugoslavia and the different experiences that different communities in different parts of Europe encountered. It looks at the ways in which the wars have been remembered in history, literature, music and various forms of visual media.

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