German-Balkan Entangled Histories in the Twentieth Century

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University of Pittsburgh Press
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5.98 X 8.98 X 1.18 inches | 1.3 pounds

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About the Author
Mirna Zakic is associate professor of German history at Ohio University and the author of Ethnic Germans and National Socialism in Yugoslavia in World War II.

Christopher A. Molnar is associate professor of history at the University of Michigan-Flint and the author of Memory, Politics, and Yugoslav Migrations to Postwar Germany.
"This work brings to light an important chapter in Germany's Destructive drive for power in the first half of the twentieth century while highlighting the ways that ethnic Germans from the Balkans and West Germany came to terms with this tragic history in the postwar period. . . . Zakic and Molnar have successfully woven together a diverse range of research topics and themes in such a way that the individual contributions both stand alone and link together seamlessly." --German Studies Review
"This rich and insightful collection of articles ranges from the First World War to our own times, and covers re-settlements voluntary and forced across multiple borders; questions of collective guilt and trauma; trade relations and memorials, and features a riveting cast of actors, including linguistic minorities, emigre activists, racial anthropologists, propagandists, military occupiers, and vast numbers of ordinary people caught in the storms of history." --Dr. Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius, University of Tennessee