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The Enemy on Display: The Second World War in Eastern European Museums by Zuzanna Bogumil ; Joanna Wawrzyniak

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Eastern European Museums represent traumatic events of World War II; such as the Siege of Leningrad; the Warsaw Uprisings; and the Bombardment of Dresden; in ways that depict the enemy in particular ways. This image results from the interweaving of historical representations; cultural stereotypes and beliefs; political discourses; and the dynamics of exhibition narratives. This book presents a useful methodology for examining museum images and provides a critical analysis of the role historical museums play in the contemporary world. As the catastrophes of World War II still exert an enormous influence on the national identities of Russians; Poles and Germans; museum exhibits can thus play an important role in this process.

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