Inspired by recent works on Nazi empire, this book provides a framework to guide occupation research with a broad comparative angle focusing on human interactions. Continuer la lecture de German-occupied Europe in the Second World War
Anne-Marie Pathé and Fabien Théofilakis, Wartime Captivity in the 20th Century. Archives, Stories, Memories, Translated by Helen McPhail, New York / Oxford, Berghahn, 2016, Series Volume 19, Contemporary European History, 344p.
Long a topic of historical interest, wartime captivity has over the past decade taken on new urgency as an object of study.
Raphaelle Branche & Fabrice Virgili (ed.), Rape in Wartime, Palgrave macmilan, 2012, series : Genders and Sexualities in History, 256 p.
A new reflection on rape in wartime, this collection of essays presents 14 case studies, covering conflicts from across the globe, including Greece, Bangladesh, Columbia, Chechnya, Israel, India, Nigeria and Europe. Continuer la lecture de Rape in Wartime