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Memory and narrative
A tale of two battles: narrating Verdun and the Somme, 1916 / John Horne -- The stories the First World War inherited: adaptations of Napoleonic veterans' memoirs, 1814-1914 / Matilda Greig -- The archive as narrator? narratives of German "enemy citizens" in the Netherlands after 1945 / Marieke Oprel -- Of triumph and defeat: World War II and its historians in post-war Germany / Christina Morina -- The imagery of war: screening the battlefield in the twentieth century / Frank van Vree -- The war books controversy revisited: First World War novels and veteran memory / Dunja Dusanic -- War and peace as a "paradoxical coherence": how the European Union uses the remembrance of the Great War to construct European identities / Peter Pichler -- History wars in school textbooks? the massacres in Volhynia and Eastern Galicia in Polish history textbooks since 1989 / Sylwia Bobryk -- "I was hurt and you were hurt too": the role of religion and competing narratives in the reconciliation process in Bosnia and Herzegovina / Marieke Zoodsma -- Hints of heroism, traces of trauma: trauma and narrative structure in interviews with Dutch and English international brigade volunteers of the Spanish Civil War / Tim Scheffe -- Digital survival? online interview portals and the re-contextualization of Holocaust testimonies / Susan Hogervorst -- Remembering the Sternlager of Bergen-Belsen: anecdotes, humour and poetry as survival strategies / Evelien Gans.