Europe's Children across the Borders of Memory
The subject matter of this chapter embodies a cross-temporal perspective, as war-affected childhoods are viewed in post-Holocaust representations, during the progressive 'normalisation' of the post-Wall Federal Republic of Germany. The focus is on what representations of the Second World War children tell us about our current vantage point and about the historical reception of childhood, especially childhood dislocation, either during or in the immediate wake of the Second World War.
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