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Memories of Terror [elektronický zdroj] : Essays on Recent Histories / Mihaela Gligor.

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  • ISBN: 978-3-946993-88-9
  • ISBN: 978-3-946993-87-2
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (1 p. 266)
  • Publisher: Frankfurt [Germany] : CEEOLPRESS 2021

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Formatted Contents Note:
Dehumanization, the Metaphor of Jewish Errant Life, and the Sense of Self in Miriam Korber-Bercovici's Firsthand Accounts -- “When the Shabbat Became Sunday”:Religious and Social Life of Polish Jews in the USSR during World War II -- The Roots of the Rashomon-like Storyof Eliezer Gruenbaum/Leon Berger -- View of the World from Palas Street:The Dynamics of Cultural Memory in Saul Steinberg’sRepresentation of Interwar Bucharest -- Traces of Survival in a World of Terror:Kathy Kacer’s Shanghai Escape -- Between Memory and Memoralization Policies: How Romanian Children Jewish Survivors Living in IsraelRemember the Holocaust -- Vapniarka: Personal Memories from the“Camp of Death” -- Afterword: The Time of Terror, the Time of Remembrance -- About the Authors
Summary, etc.:
This volume, focusing on the recovery of some forgotten facts about a very painful period of our history, addresses major concerns and problems. Stories dealing with life of surviving Jews after Holocaust are as important as the stories of the Holocaust itself. These are the stories of surviving Jews after the Holocaust, living memories of fear and strength, personal and interior battles, (in)tolerance and finding a place in a new world, but also acceptance of the pain of joy and hope for a better future.
Subject: Evropa střední a východní
dějiny > 1950-1989
druhá světová válka (1939-1945)
holocaust (1939-1945)
vyrovnání se s minulostí
psychická traumata
Genre: kolektivní monografie

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