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2020 HOLOCAUST STUDIES 11 Eng cover for inet 3D

SECTION 1. REMEMBERING THE SECOND WORLD WAR: UKRAINIAN PERSPECTIVES

Oleksandr Lysenko. COMPETING NARRATIVES: MEMORY OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN UKRAINE: BETWEEN POLITICS AND REFLECTION

Nadiia Honcharenko. FROM THE “GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR” TO THE “UKRAINIAN DIMENSION OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR”: A CHANGE IN THE NARRATIVE IN SCHOOL HISTORY TEXTBOOKS

Petro Dolhanov. COMPETING NARRATIVES: MEMORY OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN RIVNE MEMORIAL SPACE

SECTION 2. LIFE AND DEATH IN NAZI-OCCUPIED UKRAINE

Anatolii Pogorielov. THE FACE OF DEATH: TERROR BY THE SECURITY POLICE AND SD AGAINST THE POPULATION OF THE GENERAL DISTRICT MYKOLAIV

Olena Korzun. GERMAN AND UKRAINIAN SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR BASED ON THE MEMOIRS OF PROFESSOR HEINRICH WALTER, GERMAN BOTANIST (1898–1989)

Anton Shchelkunov. RELIGIOUS REVIVAL IN 1941–1943 IN THE FAMILY AND COLLECTIVE MEMORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF THE EVANGELICAL FAITH

SECTION 3. SAVING JEWS FROM THE HOLOCAUST

Igor Shchupak. MEMORY AND DOCUMENTS ON THE RESCUE OF JEWS IN UKRAINE DURING THE HOLOCAUST: BETWEEN MYTHS AND FACTS

Kateryna Budz. SURVIVING THE HOLOCAUST IN EASTERN GALICIA: THE RESCUE INITIATIVES OF THE GREEK CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE TESTIMONIES OF RABBI DAVID KAHANE AND KURT LEWIN

SECTION 4. REMEMBERING THE SECOND WORLD WAR: GERMAN PERSPECTIVES

Hans-Christian Petersen. SELECTIVE MEMORY. THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN UKRAINE IN THE HISTORICAL MEMORY OF RUSSIAN GERMANS

Verena Meier. THE MEMORIAL OF SOVIET PRISONERS OF WAR IN GUDENDORF – MEMORIES DURING THE COLD WAR