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German-Balkan Entangled Histories in the Twentieth Century
edited by Christopher A. Molnar and Mirna Zakic
University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021
eISBN: 978-0-8229-8791-8 | Cloth: 978-0-8229-4645-8 | Paper: 978-0-8229-6675-3
Library of Congress Classification DR38.3.G3G467 2020
Dewey Decimal Classification 327.49704309041

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
This volume brings together a diverse group of scholars from North America and Europe to explore the history and memory of Germany’s fateful push for power in the Balkans during the era of the two world wars and the long postwar period. Each chapter focuses on one or more of four interrelated themes: war, empire, (forced) migration, and memory. The first section, “War and Empire in the Balkans,” explores Germany’s quest for empire in Southeast Europe during the first half of the century, a goal that was pursued by economic and military means. The book’s second section, “Aftershocks and Memories of War,” focuses on entangled German-Balkan histories that were shaped by, or a direct legacy of, Germany’s exceptionally destructive push for power in Southeast Europe during World War II. German-Balkan Entangled Histories in the Twentieth Century expands and enriches the neglected topic of Germany’s continued entanglements with the Balkans in the era of the world wars, the Cold War, and today.
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