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Usable History? (Paperback)

Representations of Yugoslavia's difficult past - from 1945-2002

Imprint: Aarhus University Press
Pages: 280
Illustrations: illus.
ISBN: 9788779345683
Published: 28th November 2012
Casemate UK Academic

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Although Yugoslavia was re-established as a socialist multinational federation after the Second World War, Yugoslavian society had, in the wake of the war, been left to cope with a difficult, painful and potentially divisive historical legacy. The book examines the role of history in Yugoslavian society and the ways in which history has been (mis)interpreted and (mis)used for political, ideological and various other purposes. Among other things, the author investigates how the history of Yugoslavia's internal Second World War massacres was presented and used in politics and in historiography and popular representations of history.

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