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The Great Patriotic War in Soviet and Post-Soviet Collective Memory  

Roger D. Markwick

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May 2012
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Sep 2012
World War II has never ended for the citizens of the former Soviet Union. Nearly 27 million Soviet citizens died in the course of what Joseph Stalin declared to be the Great Patriotic War, ... More

Interwar, War, Postwar: Was there a Zero Hour in 1945?  

Richard Overy

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May 2012
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Sep 2012
When World War II ended in Europe, many assumed that the sheer level of destruction, hatred, and fear unleashed by the conflict would produce a Europe even worse than the one they recalled ... More

Military Trauma  

Alan Forrest

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Jan 2015
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Dec 2013
The Old Regime army had been battered by serial defeats during the eighteenth century, and was open to proposals for reform. When 1789 came it was not army reforms that spread despair and ... More

Societies at War, 1914–1918  

Stefan Goebel

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May 2016
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Aug 2015
This essay explores how Europeans experienced the First World War. Consent in wartime was generated from the bottom up rather than choreographed by the state. Civil society and commercial ... More

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