By Mathias Delori
Les Cahiers d'Histoire

This special issue explores how the French and German governments tried to appease the memory of the conflictual past after the Second World War. The papers argue that those governments made an extensive use of speeches and symbolic gestures in order to tell a particular story where the most crucial episodes of WWII were largely absent.

Les Cahiers d'Histoire, revue d'histoire critique, n°100, 2007


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