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Title Past in the making : historical revisionism in Central Europe after 1989 / edited by Michal Kopeček
Published Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2008
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Contents Historiographic revision and revisionism : the evidential difference / Aviezer Tucker -- From revisionism to "revisionism" : legal limits to historical interpretation / Vladimir Petrović -- "The Holocaustizing of the transfer-discourse" : historical revisionism or old wine in new bottles? / Eva Hahn and Hans Henning Hahn -- The anti-fascist myth of the German Democratic Republic and its decline after 1989 / Ingo Loose -- In search of "national memory" : the politics of history, nostalgia and the historiography of communism in the Czech Republic and East Central Europe / Michal Kopeček -- The Czechoslovak Legionary tradition and the battle against the "Beneš doctrine" in Czech historiography : the case of General Rudolf Medek (1890-1940) / Katya A.M. Kocourek -- Begetting & remembering : creating a Slovak collective memory in the post-communist world / Owen V. Johnson -- The many moralists and the few communists : approaching morality and politics in post-communist Hungary / Ferenc Laczó -- The revisions of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution / András Mink -- Historians facing politics of history : the case of Poland / Rafał Stobiecki -- Revisiting the Great Famine of 1932-1933 : politics of memory and public consciousness (Ukraine after 1991) / Georgiy Kasianov -- The struggle for official recognition of "displaced" group memories in post-Soviet Estonia / Meike Wulf
Notes A collection of papers from the international workshop, held in Prague in Oct. 2006
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Europe, Central -- History -- 20th century -- Historiography.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Kopeček, Michal.
ISBN 143561612X (electronic bk.)
6155211426 (electronic bk.)
9639776025 (cloth)
9639776041 (paperback)
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