Table of contents for Life after death : approaches to a cultural and social history during the 1940s and 1950s / edited by Richard Bessel, Dirk Schumann.


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Introduction: violence, normality, and the construction of postwar Europe Richard Bessel and Dirk Schumann
1. Post-traumatic stress disorder and world war II: can a psychiatric concept help us understand postwar society? Alice Förster and Birgit Beck
2. Between pain and silence: remembering the victims of violence in Germany after 1949 Sabine Behrenbeck
3. Paths of normalization after the persecution of the Jews: the Netherlands, France, and West Germany in the 1950s Ido De Haan
4. Trauma, memory and motherhood: Germans and Jewish displaced persons in post-Nazi Germany, 1945-1949 Atina Grossman
5. Memory and the narrative of rape in Budapest and Vienna in 1945 Andrea Petö
6. 'Going home': the personal adjustment of British and American servicemen after the war Joanna Bourke
7. Desperately seeking normality: sex and marriage in the wake of war Dagmar Herzog
8. Family life and 'normality' in postwar British culture Pat Thane
9. Continuities and discontinuities of consumer mentality in West Germany in the 1950s Michael Wildt
10. 'Strengthened and purified through ordeal by fire': ecclesiastical triumphalism in the ruins of Europe Damian van Melis
11. The nationalism of victimhood: selective violence and national grief in western Europe, 1940-1960 Pieter Lagrou
12. Italy after fascism: the predicament of dominant narratives Donald Sasson
13. The politics of post-fascist aesthetics: 1950s west and east German industrial design Paul Betts
14. Dissonance, normality, and the historical method: why did some Germans think of Tourism after May 8, 1945? Alon Confino.