The Second World War and Dutch Society: Continuity and Change View Full Text


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DATE

1977

AUTHORS

J. C. H. Blom

ABSTRACT

IN Dutch colloquial usage, the expressions ‘before the war’ and ‘after the war’ imply that the Second World War was a turning point in the recent history of the Netherlands. ‘Before the war’ conventionally stands for solidity, quality and decency, and ‘after the war’ for instability, uncertainty and unrest. But sometimes ‘before the war’ calls to mind unemployment, social misery and archaic relations, and ‘after the war’ material prosperity and greater compassion. In all cases this colloquialism betrays a consciousness of a great and fundamental difference in which the war itself is the breach. To some it represents the nadir in history: two authors entitled their popular book about the occupation De Lange Nacht (The Long Night).1 On the other hand, this same period has been considered as one during which the purest and noblest notions captivated the imagination of the Dutch. This was not only expressed through the resistance and the general state of mind during the war, but also in the ideas which were developed concerning post-war society. Pure and high ideals came to the fore. But when it came to realizing these ideals after the defeat of Germany, it seemed that, yet again, less lofty principles prevailed. This ambivalence is reflected in the title of another publication written for a wide public Visioen en Werkeljkheid (Vision and Reality).2 The Second World War is here considered as the most important breach in the modern history of the Netherlands. More... »

PAGES

228-248

Book

TITLE

Britain and the Netherlands

ISBN

978-94-017-0002-3
978-94-015-7518-8

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-94-015-7518-8_11

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-015-7518-8_11

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