By Siobhan Kattago
Ambiguous Memory examines the function of reminiscence within the construction of a brand new nationwide identification in reunified Germany. the writer keeps that the contentious debates surrounding modern monumnets to the Nazi prior testify to the paradox of German reminiscence and the ongoing hyperlink of Nazism with modern German nationwide id. The ebook discusses how sure monuments, and the methods Germans have seen them, give a contribution to the various methods Germans have handled the prior, and the way they proceed to accommodate it as one kingdom. Kattago concludes that West Germans have internalized their Nazi earlier as a normative orientation for the democratic tradition of West Germany, whereas East Germans have universalized Nazism and the Holocaust, remodeling it into an abstraction within which the Jewish query is down performed. with a purpose to shape a brand new collective reminiscence, the writer argues that unified Germany needs to cope with those conflicting perspectives of the earlier, incorporating convinced features of either views.
Providing a topography of East, West, and unified German reminiscence in the course of the Eighties and the Nineties, this paintings contributes to a greater realizing of up to date nationwide id and society. the writer exhibits how public debate over such matters at Ronald Reagan's stopover at to Bitburg, the renarration of Buchenwald as Nazi and Soviet internment camp, the Goldhagen controversy, and the Holocaust Memorial debate in Berlin give a contribution to the complexities surrounding the way in which Germans see themselves, their courting to the prior, and their destiny id as a kingdom. In a cautious research, the writer exhibits how the prior was once used and abused via either the East and the West within the Nineteen Eighties, and the way those techniques merged within the Nineteen Nineties. This fascinating new paintings takes a sociological method of the position of reminiscence in forging a brand new, integrative nationwide identity.
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Ambiguous Memory: The Nazi Past and German National Identity by Siobhan Kattago