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Forging the Collective Memory: Government and International Historians Through Two World Wars

edited by Keith Wilson
Format
Book
Published
Providence : Berghahn Books, 1996.
Language
English
ISBN
1571818626 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • Introduction : governments, historians, and "historical engineering" / Keith Wilson
  • The historical diplomacy of the Third Republic / Keith Hamilton
  • The unfinished collection : Russian documents on the origins of the First World War / Derek Spring
  • Clio deceived : patriotic self-censorship in Germany after the Great War / Holger Herwig
  • Senator Owen, the Schuldreferat, and the debate over war guilt in the 1920s / Herman Wittgens
  • History as propaganda : the German Foreign Office and the enlightenment of American historians, 1930-1933 / E. Evans & J. Baylen
  • Austria and the Great War / Ulfried Burz
  • The pursuit of "enlightened patriotism" : the British Foreign Office and historical researchers during the Great War and its aftermath / Keith Hamilton
  • The imbalance of British documents on the origins of the War, 1889-1914 : Gooch, Temperley, and the India Office / Keith Wilson
  • Telling the truth to the people : Britain's decision to publish the diplomatic papers of the inter-war period / Uri Bialer
  • Appendix: Harold Wilson and the adoption of the thirty-year rule in Great Britain.
Description
iv, 300 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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