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2011

AUTHORS

Sabrina P. Ramet

ABSTRACT

War has a way of etching itself into the long-term memory of a nation, leaving permanent scars that serve to remind members of the nation of their past wounds, their past defeats, their past victories, and sometimes of missed opportunities. World War Two, as the bloodiest war in European history, has left scars in every nation it touched — some deeper, some more painful, but everywhere scars, which affect not only those who lived through it, but also their children, their grandchildren, and their great-grandchildren. One of the reasons why these scars won’t go away is that, six-and-a-half decades after the end of the war, there continue to be debates in many European countries concerning the war. Leaving aside John Charmley’s pointed criticism of Winston Churchill and praise for Neville Chamberlain1 — which go against conventional wisdom about the comparative merits of these two British prime ministers — the debates have been the most lively in those states in which Axis-collaborationist regimes functioned during the war years. Whether one thinks of Norway2 or France3 or Croatia4 or Hungary5 or Romania,6 one can find debates about the role played by the local ‘quisling’, the incarceration and extermination of Jews (and, in the Croatian case, also of Serbs), the role played by the Churches (especially the leading religious institution in each country), and the question as to whether the Axis satellite may be considered to have been an authentic national state or not and, if not, whether it should be understood as a betrayal of the national tradition. More... »

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1-14

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Serbia and the Serbs in World War Two

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978-1-349-32611-2
978-0-230-34781-6

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