restricted access   Volume 17, Number 1/2, Spring/Summer 2005

Table of Contents

From: History & Memory

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Introduction

pp. 5-11
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I. Narratives

The Archive

pp. 15-44
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Germany, International Justice and the Twentieth Century

pp. 45-86
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Europeanizing Germany's Twentieth Century

pp. 87-116
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Imperialism and Empire in Twentieth-Century Germany

pp. 117-143
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II. Sensibilities

Germans as Victims?: Thoughts on a Post-Cold War History of World War IIis Legacies

pp. 147-194
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Hatred after War: Emotion and the Postwar History of East Germany

pp. 195-216
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Saving Music: Enduring Experiences of Culture

pp. 217-237
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Sexuality, Memory, Morality

pp. 238-266
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III. The Permanent Past

The Vanishing Point of German History: An Essay on Perspective

pp. 269-295
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Fantasies about the Jews: Cultural Reflections on the Holocaust

pp. 296-322
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Virtue in Despair: A Family History from the Days of the Kindertransports

pp. 323-365
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 366-368
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